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THIS WEEK: EASTER BRUNCH

Easter brunch is a definite family affair, so here are some places that keep the kids busy and the adults well-fed. And maybe even a little buzzed.

HOTEL BEL-AIR

Sup on eggs, smoked salmon and caviar at this swanky brunch. And with the Bel-Air’s version of the traditional egg roll race, who needs to be on the White House lawn? $95 for adults; $47.50 for kids. 701 Stone Canyon Road, L.A. (310) 472 1211

ARCLIGHT CINEMAS

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There’s a choice of Easter brunch entrees and desserts at the in-house cafes of both the Hollywood and Sherman Oaks locations. And with free-flowing mimosas and champagne, any movie afterward is bound to get the thumbs up. $35 for adults, $17.50 for children (does not include price of movie). Sherman Oaks: (818) 501-7713. Hollywood: (323) 464-1465

PALM TERRACE RESTAURANT

There’ll be Easter eggs and real life bunnies to pet as chef Bill Bracken serves brunch family style. A selection of appetizers and entrees including lobster and dill quiche and slow-braised short ribs are brought to each table while the sweet finale is the all-you-can-eat dessert station. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m., $72 adults, $35 children. The Island Hotel, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach. (949) 760-4920

CAMPANILE

Chef Mark Peel does a number on eggs, including his latest addition, shirred eggs with roasted tomatoes, and the bakery basket offers fresh hot cross buns. 9:30 a.m-2:30 p.m. (Menu items range from $5 to $18). 624 S. La Brea Ave, L.A. (323) 938-1447

MOJITO’S RESTAURANT & RUM BAR

The buffet at this California-influenced Cuban spot will feature traditional brunch favorites as well as Mojito’s signature Latin fare. And let’s not forget the champagne, mimosas and spritzers. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., $24.99 for adults, $12.99 for kids. 69 N. Ray Ave., Pasadena. (626) 796-2520; www.mojitosrestaurant.com

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