Easter is celebrated in almost every region throughout the world, but one of the mos tinteresting ways can be found in Southern California. Southern California is unique because it is at the center of the fusion of American and Mexican traditions. The result is often a week that mixes Easter baskets, candy bunnies, plastic Easter eggs, Holy Day Parades, passion plays and, of course, church.
But for how different each distinct culture can be, both share a very important event, Easter Sunday Brunch. Easter brunch is the feast to memorialize of the end of Lent, a mini Family reunion and celebration of spring all wrapped into one afternoon.
In the tradition of mixing traditions, Café Coyote has put together a feast that celebrates both cultures. With its picturesque setting, friends and family feast on a Easter brunch that includes Blood Mary’s and Breakfast Margaritas, there are California Omelettes and Shrimp Chile RellanoOmelettes,, breakfast favorites and Easter Bunny sweets. Take your family to brunch anytime between 7:00 a.m and 4:00 p.m., and then walk it off with a stroll through historic Old Town, and taste the best Mexican food in San Diego.