It’s not too late make plans for Easter!
From massive community egg hunts and eggstravagant Sunday brunches to the commercial bunny obsessed or the devoutly religious – there’s a variety of events you can attend in L.A. to celebrate the holiday this year. We’ve put together a list of 7 last-minute Easter plans going on throughout the city!
1. Champagne Easter Brunch Cruise In Marina Del Ray
This Easter, embark on a two-hour brunch buffet cruise that sails around Marina Del Ray. In addition to live entertainment and tons of Easter Bunny photo-ops, there will be free-flowing champagne! If bubbles aren’t your style, there will be additional beverages for purchase. Children are welcome.
2.Pershing Square Community Egg Hunt
What’s more fun than an good ‘ol fashion competition? The annual Pershing Square Community Egg Hunt takes place the Saturday before Easter and is filled with a handful of other activities like story telling, inflatable bouncy houses, food trucks and arts and crafts! The egg hunts will be divided into shifts by age group.
3. Easter Sunday Supper at Lucques
Lucques was built by chefs Suzzanne Goin and Caroline Styne back in 1988, and ’till this day, the ever-changing seasonal menu attracts foodies from all over town. Sunday dinners are a tradition at this quaint, candle-lit spot in West Hollywood running from 5-9:30 p.m and costing about $52 per guest.
4. Easter Springtime Festival
The annual Easter Springtime Festival is back and running through Monday, April 22 at Underwood Family Farms. Enjoy festive activities like a tractor-drawn wagon ride, a giant haystack, face painting and pony rides! Weekday admission is $8 and Easter weekend admission is $12 – children under 2 are free.
5. Easter Lunch Train Ride
Celebrate Easter on a train! The Fillmore and Western Railway Company presents its Easter Lunch on Sunday, April 21st from 12:00 pm and returns at 3:00 pm. Be on the look out because rumor has it that the Easter Bunny plans to visit while families dine and enjoy the “scenic ride through Heritage Valley.” Reservations are required.
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