11 Spots For The Best Easter Brunch in NYC

11 Spots For The Best Easter Brunch in NYC

Maybe it’s the bipolar weather NYC has been having, but Easter just sneak up on us the year. Spring is finally, slowly coming around the corner and Easter Sunday is upon us. Whether you celebrate Passover or the Resurrection, here are 11 brunch spots that are family-friendly and offer some fantastic views and activities you can only enjoy in NYC.  


Easter Brunch at Brasserie 8 1/2


Rice and Gold

Price: A la carte brunch menu available 11am - 4pm

Details: This Easter, Chef Dale Talde and the Rice & Gold team present ‘Arroz y Oro’ - a Mexican-themed brunch featuring table side guacamole, chilaquiles, churros, and more. From noon-1 pm, play with lambs, goats, bunnies, and more at the hotel pop up petting zoo - complimentary for Rice & Gold brunch guests!



Price: $40 per person for 3 course Easter brunch

Details: The “Italian-ish” spot will feature an Easter brunch perfect for families! Menu options include Whipped Ricotta Toast with Kumquat Marmalade, Chia seed and Almond Crumble, Lemon Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast with Roasted Apples, Coconut, and Chai Syrup, and Breakfast Pizza with Bacon, Everything Spice, Runny Egg, and Sriracha Ketchup. Children age 12 and under will get complimentary 'Easter-themed' pancakes!


Root & Bone

Format: $30 per person for a prix fixe brunch with various family style dishes and desserts and choice of entree.

Details: Enjoy a Southern-comfort brunch this Easter with some of Root & Bone's classic dishes: Deviled Eggs, Fried Chicken, Biscuits, and more. Easter themed desserts include Chocolate Easter Bunnies and Easter Pavlova.


The Sea Grill

Price: $65 for three courses. $25 children’s menu available.

Details: Enjoy Easter brunch at The Sea Grill followed by skating with the Easter Bunny on the iconic Rink at Rockefeller Center, steps from the parade on Fifth Avenue. Enjoy the arrival of trendy spring ingredients with dishes such as spring onion carbonara and grilled salmon with ramps. Other classics include a Maine lobster roll and Sea Grill crab benedict.


Rock Center Café

Price: $45 for three courses. $25 children’s menu available.

Details: Dine in New York style with views of The Rink at Rockefeller Center during Easter brunch, and bright spring dishes like a spring tart with rhubarb jam and Easter risotto with spring vegetables. The Easter Bunny will be in the restaurant from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., posing for keepsake photos.


Brasserie 8 1/2

Price: $59, $29 for children 10 and under. $15 for endless mimosas or bellinis.

Details: One of the best deals in town for an upscale French all-you-can-eat Easter buffet by Chef Franck Deletrain who offers sophisticated French cuisine amidst original artwork by Léger and Matisse. The holiday buffet features over 50 refined selections for the entire family to enjoy.

Le Fanfare


Le Fanfare

Price: A la carte brunch menu available 11am - 4pm

Details: Enjoy Easter brunch at Greenpoint’s neighborhood gem, Le Fanfare. With Sardinian-inspired fare, Le Fanfare’s menu and welcoming space make for a great holiday destination for the whole family. Kids will enjoy dishes like the Stuffed French Toast made with homemade chocolate hazelnut spread, and Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, while the adults in the party can enjoy a variety of egg dishes and Sardinian classics. Brunch highlights include the Zucchini Pancakes with lox, poached eggs, and whipped ricotta, and traditional Pane Frattau, a Sardinian flatbread pizza topped with housemade marinara, and sunny side up eggs.


Grand Tier Restaurant

Price: $45 for two courses and endless Grand Tier Bellinis.  

Details: Listen to the sweet sounds of rising Met artists, singing live opera in the dining room, while enjoying an atmosphere highlighted by spectacular chandeliers and original masterpieces by Marc Chagall. Contemporary American dishes such as crab cake with mustard beurre blanc and wild mushroom risotto grace the brunch menu.   


Yellow Magnolia Café

Price: $38 for two courses including a mimosa or bloody mary.

Details: Taste the flavors of spring with modern, vegetable-focused cuisine nestled within the vibrant landscape of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Enjoy local chef Rob Newton’s menu of locally sourced ingredients, including heirloom red dent corn polenta fries with tomato chutney and braised rainbow chard and egg.


Stella 34 Trattoria

Price: begins at $35 for children and $40 for adults.

Details: Hop into spring at a magical Easter breakfast featuring fantastic 6th floor views of the Empire State Building and fun Easter activities to keep everyone smiling. The family-style breakfast includes a Neapolitan pizza bar, bagel station, freshly squeezed juice and prosecco bellinis for adults.



Price: $55 per person

Details: Harvey at The Williamsburg Hotel will be offering a special Easter prix-fixe menu 11:30am - 4pm, featuring plant-and-grain-focused dishes that celebrate locally-sourced whole grains and probiotic-rich sauces. Guests will be served plates such as Garlic Butter Poached Shrimp + Tea Smoked Duck Pastrami, Blackened Tuna with forbidden black rice, spicy mustard beurre blanc, pickled vegetables + soft herbs, and assorted pastries like palmiers, madeleines, cinnamon twists, linzer, and chocolate chip cookie made by Brooklyn Bread Lab.



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