10 Things To Do For This Sunday in L.A. [4-9-2023]

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Sunday Funday at The Wallis. Image via The Wallis

Happy Easter, Angelenos!

Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (April 9) in Los Angeles followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Hope you’re spending some time with friends and family, and that you have a wonderful day.


Things To Do For Sunday in Los Angeles

Sunday Funday at The Wallis -> The next edition of Sunday Funday comes to The Wallis with a kid-friendly performance by Parker Bent, plus a dance session with the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. The event starts at 11 a.m. on the Promenade Terrace. Free to attend. No RSPV necessary. More info here.

Easter Celebration in Inglewood -> Center for Hope’s 2nd Annual Easter Festival & Celebration in Inglewood this Sunday features kids crafts and activities, special vendors, and food trucks. Free to attend. Starts at 11 a.. More info here.

Bugs Bunny Matinee -> American Cinematheque is hosting a Bugs Bunny matinee for Easter Sunday featuring 90 minutes of classic Warner Bros. Cartoons. Tickets are $13. Starts at 3 p.m. More info here.

* Goldstar Discounts -> Remember that Goldstar.com has great deals on tickets for a range of upcoming events in Los Angeles. Get $14 tix to the LA County Fair, $30 tix to Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo at Microsoft Theater, or $35 to see Blondie with The Linda Lindas at The Greek.

* We Like L.A. receives commissions on Goldstar purchases made through our affiliate links.

Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today

As part of this weekend’s guide we have put together a boatload of Easter brunch and dinner ideas if you want to get a little bougie. Some options below:

  • Soulmate -> Step into Soulmate in West Hollywood for Soulful Sunday Brunch. Everything is a la carte, there’s an unlimited Mimosas or Rosé option for $35 and the restaurant transforms into a day club with a DJ from 1-4 p.m. Brunch items include Pork Belly Benedict, Torrijas Brioche French Toast and Huevos Rotos with Kennebec potatoes and jamón serrano. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations can be made here
  • Sparrow -> Sparrow Italia housed in Downtown’s Hotel Figueroa will host a decadent Italian-inspired brunch buffet on Easter Sunday. The spread includes charcuterie, an omelet station, carving/hot station featuring leg of lamb and roasted salmon; to a seafood bar and dessert station. The Sunday brunch buffet cost $85 per adult and $40 for kids 10 and under. Reservations can be made via Open Table.
  • The Hideaway -> Rodeo Drive’s The Hideaway will offer a four-course Easter menu priced at $65 per person. The Mexican steakhouse has curated a number of items to mix and match, including chicken empanadas, lobster avocado salad, short rib enchiladas, and more. There are also vegetarian items on the all-day menu. Reservations can be made on The Hideaway’s website here
  • Gasolina -> Spanish cafe Gasolina in Woodland Hills will feature an affordable three-course brunch menu as well as a la carte favorites like patatas bravas and Turron French Toast. The prix fixe menu includes starters such as strawberry gazpacho, to skillet eggs with seasonal vegetables and a garlic shrimp sandwich. Cocktail specials include a Kinna Sunrise and the Bunny Mary during brunch. Easter Sunday brunch is served from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Reservations can be made here.
  • Caldo Verde Easter Extravaganza -> Caldo Verde located in the Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel will offer a three-course brunch menu that comes with market fruit, deviled eggs and chorizo Manchego scones for the table, followed by a choice of main for each guest such as Schaner Farms’ egg omelet and brisket hash. The meal concludes with an extravagant dessert buffet. Easter Sunday brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $95 per person; $45 children 12 and under. Reservations can be made here
  • Tapizon -> On Easter Sunday, Tropical California fusion restaurant Tapizon in El Segundo will feature a Moqueca Carrot Seafood Souffle. Served in a cast iron bowl is a version of a Tapi pot pie made of a fresh seafood stew with coconut milk and topped with a carrot souffle. Guests are also treated to a complimentary tropi-cali Mimosa. Reservations can be made on Tapizon’s website here
  • Kinn x Bistro Na’s Dinner -> There’s an exclusive collaboration happening this Sunday in the San Gabriel Valley with Chefs Ki Kim of Kinn and Chef Tian Yong of Bistro Na’s. The one-night-only dinner takes place at Bistro Na’s in Temple City and showcases chefs Ki and Tian’s Chinese and Korean cooking styles and flavors. A five-course tasting menu will feature individual dishes from each chef and a collaboration effort on dessert. Reservations are going fast and additional tickets were recently released and cost $150 per person. More info here

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