Easter Brunch or Anytime Brunch
It might be a tad late for reservations, but here are some fun brunch options for the future if not this weekend.
Mina Test Kitchen
This hot spot is debuting their newest event, Diane’s Bloody Mary Brunch, on Easter Sunday. Named after Chef Michael Mina’s wife Diane, the brunch series originated at Michael Mina’s tailgate at Levi’s Stadium. Accompanied by a mouthwatering menu from Chef Adam Sobel, this is a wonderfully relaxing way to celebrate the holiday. 2120 Greenwich St.
Americano inside Hotel Vitale
Between 10am and 3pm on Sunday Americano will be in full-on Easter mode. Chef Josh Perez is serving up such tasty specials as crispy pork belly on a buttermilk biscuit and corned beef eggs Benedict. If a la carte doesn’t suit your fancy, Americano will also be serving a scrumptious buffet at just $25 per person. 3 Mission St.
If you require an amazing view with brunch, look no farther than Waterbar. Chef Parke Ulrich is offering a three-course prix fixe menu featuring sea scallop ceviche, warm asparagus salad with grilled back, and an American caviar scramble. The dessert menu is also on point, with sweets such as Waterbar Homies (festive marshmallow bunnies on coconut grass) and Kataifi Nests (shredded phyllo seasoned with cardamom sugar and served with a ricotta fritter, orange blossom sorbet, and pistachio ice cream). All that and a gorgeous view for just $55? Bargain. 399 Embarcadero.
Kim Selby, the SF life editor of The Three Tomatoes, is your gal for info on what’s hot and happening in the beautiful bay area. Having lived on the Left Coast for 27 years, after almost a decade in NYC, she has explored and continues to have adventures all over the San Francisco area. Passionate about fashion, formerly with GLAMOUR magazine and Fashion Director at Saks Fifth Avenue , Palo Alto, Kim produced fashion shows in the bay area for over 20 years. She now creates events to empower, delight and inspire women, aka “Tomatoes”. Learn more about Kim at www.kim-selby.com