Have a great time this Easter in San Diego with lots of fun-filled, family oriented activities. Go in search of the Easter bunny, compete with your friends for the Easter egg hunt and take part in awesome crafts. Have delicious Easter brunches with your loved ones and attend devotional services. Happy Easter everyone!
What: Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt
When: Sunday, April 20, 6 am – 1 pm
Description: Enjoy your day with Karl Anthony, the musical artist and his posse of choir and brass bands on the Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The first service begins at 6 am followed by a hearty breakfast. The consecutive services are at 9 am and 11 am. The wonderful and enjoyable Easter egg Hunt begins at noon. Take part and have a great time.
When: Saturday, April 19, 2014, 10 am to 1 pm.
Where: Poinsettia Park, San Diego
Description: Get Activity Cards and unlimited Fun Zone wristbands as soon as they are available from April 1 to April 18. Enjoy the music and food outdoors in the beautiful spring festival with your friends and family. buy cards in person, they are not available online.
When: Saturday, April 19, 2014, 10 am to 1 pm
Where: Ecke Sports Park, San Diego
Description: This event is all about the kids. Encinitas presents their Annual Easter Egg Hunt Festival on Saturday April 19. The event will feature arts and crafts, entertainment, awesome prizes, jump houses and face painting for kids, pictures with the Easter Bunny and 24,000 eggs to paint on! The Egg Hunts are divided according to ages ranging from 2 year olds to 9 year olds. Make sure to bring your own basket for eggs and don’t forget to have fun!
When: Sunday April 20, 2014, 11:30 am
Where: Westminster Presbyterian Church, San Diego
Description: Bring your children to join in the Children’s Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday April 20 at 11:30 am. Westminster invites all children from everywhere and their friends to take part in the hunt for an enjoyable Easter.
When: Sunday, April 20, 9 am to 4 pm
Where: Belmont Park, San Diego
Description: It is a one day festival with the spirit of Easter and three fun-filled events for children as well as adults. As kids take part in two dynamic egg hunts, the adults enjoy a wonderful beachfront brunch. Easter Bunny makes a splash with pictures. Show up and have fun with your entire family.
Cost: Free – $24.95
When: April 18 and 19, 2014, 2:30 pm
Description: Sip delicious teas with sweet pastries and cupcakes and enjoy a visit from the Eastern Bunny. A magician is scheduled to make an appearance and your kids get to hunt their Easter egg.
Cost: $45/adult, $30/child.
When: April 20, 2014, 2 pm to 5 pm
Where: San Diego Rescue Mission
Description: The San Diego Rescue Mission provides a feast for approximately 1,000 homeless every year. Volunteer for this enormous event and do some good to your community. Get these people some hot ham dinners and donate clothes or shoes, or any other necessity. Feel good and have the best Easter ever.
When: Sunday, April 20, 2014
Description: The del Coronado’s Easter Champagne Brunch is known far and wide with its delicious food. The buffet starts at 9:00 am, giving you a wonderful way to spend time with your loved ones after a great service. The brunch gets over at 3:00 pm after egg hunts for your children organized by the hotel itself.
When: Sunday, April 20, 12:00 am to 8:30 pm
Where: BICE Ristorante, San Diego
Description: Enjoy good food throughout the day at the BICE Resaturant. Known for its Italian cuisine, BICE is opening its doors for all and sundry and offering sumptuous dishes for brunch, lunch and dinner. Partake of a sumptuous four-course dinner and sample the delicious Homemade Oven Baked Lasagna or the different types of spaghetti. End the meal with a healthy helping of Strawberry Tiramisu.
Cost: $42.99/adult, $22/child- 10 or below 10 of age
When: Sunday, April 20, 2014
Where: Humphreys Restaurant
Description: Chef Paul Murphy has come up with mouth-watering dishes especially for this auspicious occasion. Humphreys offers Californian cuisine at its best with focus on various preparations of seafood. The day will be full of live music from local bands at separate stage. Taste the yummy calamari, braised ribs and more. Enjoy a Champagne brunch with offering such as steaks, smoked salmon and strawberries dipped in dark chocolate.
When: Friday, April 18, 5:00 pm to 10:30 pm
Description: The local food trucks arrive with loads of delicious dishes around 5 pm. They also offer wine and beer draughts and specials. 57 Degrees Wine Bar has an eclectic selection of sumptuous wines and beers for sale. The beverages are offered at competitive prices that ensure the customers paying less than anywhere else. The event features gourmet food from local dives. This event takes place every third Friday of every month and showcases a great selection of wine and beers.
When: Friday, April 18 to Sunday, April 20, 2014
Description: Catch our very own San Diego Padres face off with the San Francisco Giants at our historic Petco Park. The First Pitch is on Friday, April 18 at 7:10 pm. It continues to Saturday, April 19 starting at 5:40 pm and Sunday, April 20, at 1:10 pm. The Padres have been in town the whole week to take on the Rockies. The game is expected to be full of energy and the fans to go berserk with excitement, so get a few bags of pretzels and lots of soda. Even better, try some of the local delicacies from one of the new eateries at the park. Get your Padres vs. Giants Tickets now!
When: Saturday, April 19, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Where: The Neighborhood of Hillcrest
Description: Experiment with your palate at the 14th Annual Taste of Hillcrest with more than 40 restaurants serving delicious finger foods and main course. The participants belong to charming cafes, new up and coming bistros and to five-star restaurants. The food is sumptuous and the chefs try to put their best food forward to make a lasting impression. Global cuisine in all its glory will grace your palate in a night of culinary decadence. Enjoy Middle Eastern flavors from Eba’s Lounge and Bistro, spicy Indian from Bombay Exotic Cuisine of India and the good old American classics from Harvey Milk’s American Diner. End the evening with desserts from the D Bar San Diego.
When: Saturday, April 19th, 2014, 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Description: Taste the wide range of brews from Sierra Nevada at North Park in front of the Lafayette Hotel. General admission is at 2:00 pm while VIPs are admitted at 1:00 pm. Whet your thirst with beer from 60 brewers and more than a 100 craft beers. The temperature is expected to hit 80, so keep your parched throats wet and your belly full with beer and great food. The food is offered by Gaglione Brothers, Swieners, Wahoo’s Fish Tacos and Inslider. The Summerfest release party will take place on Sunday, April 20 with live music from The Heavy Guilt, Hit Dog Collar, and Neighbors to the North. Slather on a lot of sunscreen and head to the park to have a great time this weekend.
Cost: General Admission $40/adult.
When: Saturday, April 19, 2014, 10:00 am
Description: Celebrate another year of great music with the Riot House Records store. There will be special performers with a great line-up. Live music will be performed by Spencer Moody and The Donkeys from 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm. The festivities, itself, start from 10:00 am but there is an early bird special with coffee and breakfast by God Save the Cuisine food truck, at 8:00 am. The food truck is also offering awesome lunch so you won’t go hungry. The Saint Archer Brewing Company is supplying beverages while Sector 9 Skateboards are giving away some cool stuff like skate decks, hats and swag.