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3 Ohana-Style Easter Brunches

BY Margo Steines | April 12, 2017 | Feature Features

Easter is all about family brunch, and we've scoured the islands to find the most delightful menus. Spend a leisurely morning sharing plates, then meander over to the beach for a Hawaiian spin on the mid-afternoon nap.
Charred Octopus at BLT Market

1. BLT Market
Our top pick for luxe brunch is the farm-to-table BLT Market, where chef Johan Svensson presents a buffet menu specially designed for the holiday. Start with a dramatic seafood platter, and nibble your way through the indulgent feast, which features rack of lamb, prime rib, poke, and housemade pastries. Don’t miss the unlimited Bloody Mary bar! 11am-3pm. $75 per adult, $45 per child. Bloody Mary bar, $25 per person. 383 Kālaimoku St., Lobby Level, Waikīkī, O‘ahu, 729.9729

2. Stripsteak
On Easter Sunday, Stripsteak offers a unique a la carte steakhouse brunch that will please meat lovers and ocean aficionados alike. Warm up with the seafood tower for the table ($150), and then get serious with the signature broiled ribeye. On the side, treat yourself to black truffle mac and cheese, ahi tartare and tempura oysters. After all, it’s Sunday. 11:30-2:30. International Market Place, 2330 Kalākaua Ave., Waikīkī, O‘ahu, 800.3094

3. Hoku’s
The Kahala Hotel & Resort, nestled into one of O’ahu’s most exclusive enclaves, is home to the venerable Hoku’s, where Easter Brunch is all about indulgence. With Maine lobster, butter poached king crab legs, made-to-order soft shell crab pasta and a chocolate fountain, this buffet is a win for everyone from keiki to kapuna. 9am-3pm. $95 per adult, $48 per child. The Kahala Hotel & Resort, 5000 Kahala Ave., Kahala, O‘ahu, 739.8760

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