Easter is right around the corner so it’s time to start thinking about where you’ll spend the holiday. Whether you’re looking for a restaurant conveniently located within blocks of the Annual Easter Parade or prefer to head downtown, here are a few haute suggestions to consider for NYC’s best eateries to celebrate Easter.
Arabelle at Hôtel Plaza Athénée
37 East 64th Street
Arabelle will offer guests a special $150 three-course prix-fixe brunch menu on Sunday, April 5th from 11:30am-4pm. The menu features a wide selection of dishes ranging from Maine Lobster and Snow Crab, to Truffled Eggs Benedict and Herb Crusted Lamb.
55 East 54th Street
Nerai, an upscale Midtown Greek restaurant, will offer a three-course prix fixe menu for $55 on Easter Sunday, April 5th from 2pm-730pm. Choose from signature appetizers like Duck Baklava and Grilled Octopus and entrees including Lamb Shank Yiouvetsi and Grilled Whole Lavraki. Celebrate the occasion with a glass of vino with over 100 different types to choose from, and a delicious dessert like their signature Lavender Mousse. Nerai will continue the Easter celebration with a Midnight Greek Easter fête on Saturday, April 11th, kicking off at 11:59pm. The night will start off with a traditional Magiritsa Soup and guests can order their favorite mezzes and cocktails till 2am on Sunday, April 12th.
KTCHN Restaurant at The OUT Hotel
508 E. 42nd Street
KTCHN is celebrating the holiday with a brunch that comes with delectable dishes and a show at Anita & Gina Marie’s Brunch Spectacular! in Hell’s Kitchen. Presented by the dynamic duo, Haus of Mimosa, guests can enjoy tantalizing brunch favorites such as Eggs Benedict, Challah French Toast and Cheddar & Bacon Omelets while singing along to their favorite tunes. KTCHN will offer a bottomless brunch option to keep everyone “hopping” all day long. There will be two hysterical shows filled with giggles and tons of glitter at 12:30pm and 2:30pm.
33 Greenwich Ave
Chapter One has created Easter specials to coincide with the regular lunch and dinner menus. Offerings will include Dandelion Salad, Smoked Fish Dip, Eggs Benedict and house-cured Smoked Berkshire Ham.
168 1/2 Delancey Steet
Moscow 57 has dubbed their holiday meals, “Eastover” for those wishing to dine on Passover and Easter. From 5pm-10pm, their five-course prix fixe Passover Dinner is $55 with the a la carte menu available and live music beginning at 7:30 pm. From 12pm- 8pm on Easter Sunday, there will be a $55 four-course dinner, with the a la carte menu and will also feature live music.