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Credit to: The Kitano

Easter is quickly approaching here in New York City and around the world, happening on Sunday, March 27th. There are so many different options in terms of how to celebrate, what to eat and where to go. We here at Manhattan Digest want to help you choose a little better by giving you some fantastic options from some of the top places to eat at in NYC. From Del Frisco’s to The Kitano Hotel, here are some super awesome choices to celebrate the big day. Bon Appetit!

Credit to: Del Frisco's
Credit to: Del Frisco’s

Del Frisco’s Grille New York

For those looking to indulge on Easter Sunday, Del Frisco’s Grille New York will offer a 16 oz. Dry Aged Prime Rib special available for $46 and the Grille’s famous reimagined Lemon Cake in a Jar (image attached). The complete lunch and dinner menus of upscale comfort foods including Cheesesteak Eggrolls, Truffle-Chive Deviled Eggs, hand-shaken martinis and award-winning wines will also be available.

Credit to: Del Frisco's
Credit to: Del Frisco’s

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House New York

For the first time in 16 years, the iconic Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House New York will open its doors to guests on Easter Sunday at 12:00 p.m. noon. Guests looking for a festive atmosphere and unparalleled hospitality can enjoy the full lunch and dinner menu, along with a special Prime Rib offering available all day (image attached).

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Credit to: The Waldorf Astoria

Waldorf Astoria

For a more intimate brunch than the Waldorf Astoria New York’s elaborate Peacock Alley Sunday Brunch, step over to Bull and Bear, featuring a full American breakfast buffet with made-to-order egg station, brioche French toast, extra-thick bacon, cheese blintzes, house-made pastries and fresh parfaits. Seatings available from 7am – 11am; $44.50 per adult.

Credit to: The Kitano
Credit to: The Kitano

The Kitano New York

This Easter The Kitano New York invites music lovers to JAZZ at KITANO for an Easter Sunday Jazz Brunch hosted by jazz legend Tony Middleton featuring a sumptuous buffet and complimentary Bloody Mary, Mimosa or Aperol Spritz in a bright atmosphere of contemporary art and skylights. Seating available from12pm – 2:30pm; $40 per adult.

Credit to: Bateaux New York
Credit to: Bateaux New York

Spirit of New York & Bateaux New York

Those seeking an out of the ordinary Easter weekend can board Spirit of New York or Bateaux New York for a special Easter brunch and breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. From Bateaux’s sophisticated champagne cruise to Spirit’s kid-friendly cruise with a special appearance by the Easter bunny, there’s something for everyone. Cruises depart from Chelsea Piers and start at $59.90 per adult | $35.95 per child.