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Easter Sunday
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Not in the mood to cook for Easter Sunday and would rather spend it at a fantastic location in Manhattan? These spots have you covered and more.

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Loews Regency New York Hotel: 540 Park Avenue

Grab your pastels and head to Park Avenue for a classic Easter brunch at The Regency Bar & Grill at the Loews Regency New York Hotel.  On Sunday, April 1 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., guests can enjoy “Power Breakfast” signature favorites like Classic Eggs Benedict and Buttermilk Pancakes along with new additions like Avocado Toast and Squash Salad.

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Mastro’s Steakhouse: 1285 6th Avenue

Come celebrate with family, friends, and loved ones at Mastro’s Steakhouse in NYC. After the long hall of lent, Mastro’s Steakhouse offers the most high-end and luxurious way to celebrate Easter. In addition to the favorite Signature Butter Cake, seafood tower, and extensive cocktail list, Mastro’s has a variety of steaks such as a 24oz Porterhouse, a 33oz ‘Chef’s Cut’ Ribeye, and even a ‘secret’ Bacon Steak.  They are open special hours, from 11:30am-9pm.

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Geoffrey Zakarian’s The Lambs Club: 132 W. 44th Street

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.
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 American Cut Midtown: 109 E. 56th Street 

This Easter Sunday, 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.

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 Junior’s Restaurant: 1626 Broadway at 49th Street

This Easter, celebrate the holiday with a spin on the classic spring dessert, Carrot Cake Cheesecake at Junior’s Restaurant. Junior’s Original New York cheesecake is layered with a traditional carrot cake, made with fresh fresh carrots and cinnamon, and topped off with cream cheese frosting. For $8.25 per slice and $39.99 for a full cake which can be delivered straight to your door, this dessert is the perfect festive treat for any celebration. 

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Hudson’s at Pier 81: W 41st St and 12th Avenue

This year, celebrate Easter on Hudson’s at Pier 81 with a relaxing afternoon brunch cruise around the New York Harbor. Enjoy a curated breakfast buffet and unlimited mimosas, while children receive a visit from the Easter Bunny on board! Guests are invited to lounge inside the vessel or explore the outdoor decks and fully furnished rooftop lounge.

Hudson’s Mimosa Easter Brunch cruise includes ($77 per person): Convenient sailing time, from 12:30pm to 2:30pm, boarding at noon, Bountiful buffet that boasts locally-sourced, garden-to-table ingredients, Unlimited mimosas option for adults, ‘Easter Fizz’ cocktail carafe (additional $48) and kids under 12 will receive a stuffed Easter basket and can have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny on board!

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Marea: 240 Central Park South

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.

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Irvington: 201 Park Avenue South

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:

AMUSE BOUCHE:  Beet Angeled Eggs – charred spring onion, pimenton  (complimentary, 1 per guest)

APPETIZER:  Pea Greens Salad – roasted carrots, ricotta, lemon – $16

LARGE : Rotisserie Leg of Lamb – roasted asparagus, new potatoes, oregano gremolata – $34

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Boulud Sud: 20 West 64th Street

Highlights from the Prix Fixe menu include the GAMBAS AL AJILLO Carolina Shrimp, Spanish Chili, Focaccia; SPICY GREEN SHAKSHOUKA with Harissa, Labneh, Soft-Poached Hen Egg; and GRAPEFRUIT GIVRÉ with Sesame Halva, Rose Loukoum, Grapefruit Sorbet. (Three Course Prix Fixe $48 per person).

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Bar Boulud: 1900 Broadway

Highlights from the Prix Fixe menu include the CHICKEN LIVER MOUSSE TERRINE with pickled red onion compote, sourdough toast; ROASTED LEG OF LAMB with potato gratin, spring vegetables, rosemary jus; and TARTE AU RHUBARBE with almond frangipane, praline rouge, rhubarb-yogurt sorbet. (Brunch – Two Course Prix Fixe $28 per person; Three Course Prix Fixe $36 per person.)

Highlights from the À la carte menu include the FRENCH ONION SOUP with sourdough croûton, gruyere; MOULES POULETTE with shallots, white wine, cream, parsley, french fries; and LYONNAISE SALAD with frisée, chicken liver, poached egg, lardons sourdough croûtons.

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db Bistro Moderne: 55 W. 44th Street

Highlights from the Prix Fixe menu include the PEEKYTOE CRAB TARTINE with Charred Leek Butter, Whole Grain Mustard, Avocado, Black Sturgeon Caviar; PÂTÉ DE CAMPAGNE Red Wine & Berry Compote, Dijon Toasted Baguette; EASTER HAM with Pickled Ramps, Sautéed Escarole, Brown Sugar & Dijon Glaze; EASTER EGG PROFITTEROLE with Vanilla Chantilly, Praline Ice Cream. (Three Course Prix Fixe $50 per person.)

Highlights from the À la carte include the LOBSTER & BABY OAK SALAD with Celeriac, Hazelnut, Pomegranate & Red Wine Vinaigrette; DIVER SCALLOPS with Kabocha Squash, Roasted Fennel, Pumpkin Seed Vinaigrette; and FRENCH TOAST.

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Rossopomodoro: 118 Greenwich Avenue

In addition to their regular menu, Rossopomodoro will be serving a special Slow Braised Lamb Shank for their Easter dinner. For those people that would like to dine at home on Sunday, the lamb shank can also be pre-ordered and you can pick it up to bring home to your family and friends! Orders can be made by calling the restaurant at (212) 242-2310.