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Family-Friendly Easter Sunday Brunches in Marin

Easter brunch

Easter Day is on Sunday, April 21. Brunch is always a popular Easter outing and here are a few of our favorite family friendly spots for a Easter brunch in Marin. All information is correct at time of publishing, but please check with the restaurant to confirm. You should also make your reservations soon, as brunches fill up pretty quickly. Click on highlighted links for more info.

  • Cavallo Point
    10 am–12 pm & 12:30–2:30 pm

    Cavallo Point's Easter brunch buffet with seatings at 10 am and 12:30 pm. Enjoy a wide selection of brunch dishes and live jazz. Adults $110 adults, kids 4–12 $55. They will also be hosting an egg hunt for an additional fee. Make reservations online or by calling (415) 339-4700.
  • The Club at McInnis Park
    San Rafael
    10:30 am–2:30 pm

    Enjoy Easter brunch right on the golf course and then play a round, hit some balls at the driving range, or play some mini golf. The menu includes leg of lamb, salmon, honey baked ham, eggs benedict, waffles, French toast, omelette bar, salads, and desserts. The cost is $38.95 per person; children 10 and under are $18.95. They are located at 350 Smith Ranch Road; (415) 491-5959 ext. 2.
  • Finnegan's Marin
    10 am–2:30 pm

    Novato offers its regular Sunday brunch fare, include eggs benedict and florentine, special scrambles, make-your-own omelets, homemade biscuits and gravy, and vanilla French toast. Best of all, kids eat free all day on Sundays with the purchase of an adult meal! (415) 899-1516
  • Hilltop 1892
    10 am

    Novato features a classic Easter brunch with treats like benedicts, burgers, scrambles, and more from their California Country menu, using sustainable and local ingredients. (415) 893-1892
  • Insalata's
    San Anselmo
    10 am–2:30 pm

    Insalata's Easter Brunch Buffet Extravaganza features eggs benedict, honey-mustard glazed ham, farmer's market fruit, pastry and tarts, and more. Adults $44, children 12 and under $24. (415) 457-7700
  • Peacock Gap Golf Club
    San Rafael
    10 am–2 pm

    Peacock Gap Golf Club offers an Easter brunch buffet at the club house from 10 am to 2 pm. Fare includes salads, and iced seafood station, carving station, omelette station, desserts, and more. Easter Bunny visit at 11 am–1 pm and egg hunt at 11 am. Adults: $50; kids 2–10 $22. 10% discount for members. Reservations: (415) 453-4940 ext. 7.
  • Ramekins
    10 am & 12:30 pm

    Ramekins' family-friendly Easter bunch features dishes prepared from local ingredients including buttermilk waffles, omelets, prime rib, biscuits and gravy, house made granola and organic yogurt parfaits, and more. $69 adults, $25 kids 6–12, free for kids 5 and under.
  • Rancho Nicasio
    Nicasio Town Square
    10 am–4 pm

    Rancho Nicasio's Easter brunch buffet includes dishes like Lagunitas leg of lamb, roast beef, wild Coho salmon, pastries, roasted spring vegetable salad, and more. For more info and reservations call (415) 662-2219.
  • Sam’s Anchor Café
    9:30 am–2 pm

    Sam's on the water in scenic downtown Tiburon was voted the best outdoor restaurant by the San Francisco Chronicle. You can sit inside or out and watch the boats pass by on the Bay. You can even sail your own boat there and tie up at their dock! Their brunch is not a formal Easter themed event, but fun anyways. Some of their brunch specialties include eggs benedict, huevos rancheros, buttermilk waffles, and their famous ramos gin fizz. For reservations, call (415) 435-4527, or for more info, go to their website.

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