Enjoy Brunch At These 9 Restaurants Over Easter Weekend 2018

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If you’re looking to take your Easter Sunday celebrations out of the house this weekend, NYC has more than enough options to keep the whole family entertained and satisfied. Check out our favorite picks below!

American Cut Midtown

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This Easter Sunday from 12pm – 6pm, LDV Hospitality’s American Cut Midtown will be offering a prix-fixe brunch featuring a delicious a la carte menu. For $65 per person, guests will enjoy a choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert. Dishes include Spicy Crab Toast with Avocado and Dry Aged Egg Yolk, Lobster Benedict with Poached Eggs and Asparagus Hollandaise, NY Minute Steak and Eggs with Watercress and Crispy Shallots as well as Monkey Bread with Mexican Hot Chocolate.


Benoit

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Benoit, a classic French bistro with modern interpretations is serving a family-friendly brunch that includes a Madeleine workshop for the kids with the restaurant’s Pastry Chef. In addition to an à la carte brunch, Benoit will have a three-course Easter Brunch Menu (including the Madeleine workshop) with highlights including: Roasted & smoked leg of lamb, Slow-cooked lamb shoulder, Strawberry & rhubarb composition with almond, and more.


Geoffrey Zakarian’s The Lambs Club

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This Easter Sunday, Geoffrey Zakarian’s The Lambs Club is offering a Grand Buffet prix-fixe brunch. For $85 for adults and $65 for children, guests will dine on a bounty of delicious house made breads and pastries, raw bar selections, salads, charcuterie, a carving station and both hot and cold brunch classics. To top it off, each table will feature an oversized chocolate egg filled with goodies cracked table side as well as fill-your-own Easter Baskets. Below, kindly find a link to the menu along with a photograph of the oversized chocolate egg.


Del Frisco’s Grille New York

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Families looking to indulge on Easter Sunday following church service at the famed St. Patrick’s Cathedral can visit nearby Del Frisco’s Grille New York, where chefs will be featuring a 16 oz. Hand-Carved, Slow-Roasted Bone-In Prime Rib served with house-made Au Jus and creamy horseradish. Available from Friday, March 30th through Sunday, April 1st, guests can enjoy this special at either New York City Grille location alongside creative twists on classic brunch-time favorites such as Truffle-Chive Deviled Eggs, Mimosas and decadent Six-Layer Lemon Doberge Cake.


The Palm Court at The Plaza

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The Palm Court will be having an Easter Grand Buffet on Sunday, April 1st that includes: starters such as Strawberry Spring Salad with Dry Aged Goat Cheese, Pine Nuts, and Balsamic Vinaigrette and Spring Crudité with Beet Hummus and Lemon-Dill Yogurt; mains such as Citrus Scented Brioche French Toast with Whipped Maple Butter and Seared Skuna Bay Salmon with Wild Arugula Pesto, Lemon, and Roasted Baby Fennel; a carving station with Herb Roasted Rack of Lamb with Mint Chimichurri Sauce and Bourbon and Apricot Glazed Ham with Violet Mustard; and desserts such as Grapefruit and Campari Trifle with Yogurt, Lime Pana Cotta and Citrus Cake and a Gianduja Chocolate Egg with a Banana Cream Center and Hazelnut Sable. 

In addition to the Easter Grand Buffet at The Palm Court, guests can enjoy swing music by the award-winning Glenn Crytzer Orchestra and dance off with New York’s best dressed set in The Champagne Bar and The Rose Club on Sunday, April 1, from 3pm – 6pm.


Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer

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All Easter weekend (March 30-April 1), enjoy Black Tap’s Easter CrazyShake ‘The Peeps Shake’, a cherry shake featuring a vanilla frosted rim with Easter M&Ms topped with three yellow chick Peeps, whipped cream, Easter sprinkles & a cherry. The Shake is available at all New York locations. 


St Tropez

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Enjoy charming French vibes at West Village’s St Tropez restaurant and wine bar. Chef/Partner Gérald Barthélémy’s egg-filled Brunch menu includes Omelette Emmental & Cèpes filled with Emmental cheese, wild mushrooms and arugula, served with crispy roasted potatoes and Oeufs Benedictines & Ratatouille, a Provencal take on classic eggs benedict with poached eggs on an English muffin, accompanied by ratatouille, creamy Hollandaise and roasted potatoes. Sip on refreshing Brunch cocktails like the classic Bellini with white peach puree or Aperol Spritz with French sparkling wine, Aperol, a splash of soda water and orange slice. Brunch is served from 12pm – 4 pm.


Marea

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Chef Michael White’s classic Central Park South outpost will offer an exquisite three course prix fixe brunch including classics like their red wine braised octopus and bone marrow fusilli. Guests will of course have the option to add a selection of caviar and oysters to their Michelin Starred meal.


Irvington

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Celebrate Easter this year with brunch at one of Union Square’s finest restaurants. Irvington at the W Union Square will be serving up their traditional brunch menu, as well as 3 passionately crafted Easter dishes: Beet Angeled Eggs with charred spring onion and pimenton; Pea Greens Salad with roasted carrots, ricotta, and lemon; Rotisserie Leg of Lamb with roasted asparagus, new potatoes, and oregano gremolata.

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