2024 Best Easter Brunch Restaurants in San Jose Area

Easter Sunday Restaurants in San Jose

Celebrate Easter Sunday on March 31, 2024, by enjoying a special brunch.

If you're looking to soak in the springtime with mimosas and eggs Benedict, check out GAYOT's picks for the Best Easter Brunch Restaurants in San Jose , presented in alphabetical order.

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Bella Saratoga
13/20
Set in an old Victorian with ample outdoor seating, dining here is casually charming and unhurried. See More

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The Bywater
14/20
A New Orleans-inspired restaurant and bar from chef David Kinch. See More
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Dio Deka
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Upscale and energetic, this downtown Los Gatos staple delivers fine Hellenic cuisine and attentive service. See More

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Steakhouse, Brazilian, South American
Fogo de Chão
13/20
The well-known Brazilian steakhouse chain's first Northern California location brings all-you-can-eat meat to Santana Row. See More

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La Foret
15/20
Fine country French cuisine, set in a historically significant building overlooking a creek. See More

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Steakhouse, New American, French
LB Steak
13/20
Roland Passot's steakhouse on Santana Row delivers prime steak, fine food and accessible wines in a stylish setting. See More

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Left Bank Brasserie
14/20
Chef Roland Passot's lively venue is ideal for traditional French brasserie cuisine. See More

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Morton's The Steakhouse
13/20
A temple to beef, this chain also makes room for seafood, chicken, lamb and a molten chocolate cake for dessert. See More

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Straits
14/20
An artful blend of Thai, Indian, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisines and one of the best mojitos in the South Bay. See More
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Jean-Luc Colombo, Les Abeilles
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