In Downtown Vice City, on the Vice City News Building, there is a helipad that the player can access by a stairway from the ground. To the left of the helipad, on the side of the adjacent building, there is a section of the wall that is not solid, so the player can jump through it. The player will then find himself in a small room with a brown egg on a pedestal, with "Happy Easter!" written on it.
In GTA Vice City Stories, the same room exists (Only appears in the PS2 port). However, the egg looks different. It appears to be under construction, as there is a small crane next to it, and there are some scaffolding on one side of the egg to make it look like it is being built. This is a reference to the fact that GTA Vice City Stories is set two years before the events of GTA Vice City. In the PS2 port of Vice City Stories, there is a large sign with a smiley face that reads 11! This is a reference to the sign, which mentions an eleventh easter egg in the game.