Anaheim is home to some of the most impressive Easter brunches in Southern California. Storyteller’s Café at 1600 S Disneyland Dr. is a favorite, conveniently located at the Grand Californian in Disneyland. A rich variety with plenty of kid-friendly options, omelet station, and Disney characters stopping by your table make for a magical outing. You can also request a to-go box option to take back to your guest room.
The Hacienda, a short drive away at 1725 College Ave. in Santa Ana, is another popular pick. The upscale eatery caters to a number of weddings each year, and for Easter Sunday they kick their usual Sunday brunch buffet up a few watts. Dine in a spacious historic home and indulge in an impressive array of dishes that highlight local flavors.
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Head to the city of Orange for Chef’s Catering at 1840 N Tustin St Ste C. Waitstaff give tours of the substantial buffet so you won’t miss out on any of the treats. Try the cold poached salmon, custom frittatas, lamb in gravy, and fresh scampi. Just make sure you save room for the dessert buffet.
The Phoenix Club, located at 1340 S Sanderson Ave., serves traditional German dishes alongside your favorite Easter specials. Famous for their authentic German cuisine, if you’re craving a few more German-style pancakes, bratwurst, and chewy pretzels for the holiday outing, The Phoenix Club delivers.