Doesn’t it seem like Easter just snuck up on us this year? With this weird weather of cold one day and hot the next, maybe you’ve been in a constant state of confusion with what day, week, month, season it is just as I have? But while I’ve had my Easter Sunday brunch plans for a while (brunch and parade viewing at The University Club), I’ve heard that many people either didn’t realize it was this weekend or have been too busy to make plans! So I thought I would help out a bit….so check out the following Easter specials whether you wanna go traditional or unusual!
Smorgas Chef: $35 three course prix fixe farm-based holiday menu!
Kittichai: Enjoy a Thai twist on brunch with a $25 menu that includes brunch cocktails!
Lexington Brass: $30 prix fixe includes brunch beverage, appetizer and entrée!
David Burke Kitchen: $42 3 course prix fixe brunch menu with complimentary bloody mary or mimosa.
B. Smith’s Restaurant Row: $30 prix fixe brunch menu with live jazz from 12:30-3pm!
Agozar: $28 Cuban style brunch with an all you can drink sangria bar!
5 Ninth: $35 three course prix fixe with items such as quinoa salad, vermont cheddar grits, onion and fennel crostini and a honey olive oil cake!
The Gansevoort Park Hotel: Get brunch at Asselina (the restaurant in the hotel) and hit up GP’s patio where they kids can enjoy the petting zoo from 11-1pm! Don’t miss out on the chance to get up close and personal with turtles, bunnies, chicks and the Easter bunny!
Jones Wood Foundry: Offering an $18 special roast leg of lamb with potato gratin, house-made mint sauce, and red currant jelly as well as their regular à la carte brunch menu.
Lyon: $39 prix fixe menu of roasted lamb and plenty of fun appetizers and chocolate desserts.
The National: $45 Easter brunch featuring leg of lamb, assorted pastas, pastries, and chocolates!
Veselka Bowery: $38 four-course prix fixe menu featuring an assortment of smoked meats, glazed hams, sweet potato spoon breads, and more!