We all know that New Yorkers love their Sunday brunch, and Easter Sunday is no different. If anything, the day is filled with more decadent late-morning dining than any other Sunday in our calendar. Here are our favorite spots for Easter NYC brunching in 2018.
Drawing innovation from the mediterranean, Chef Daniel Boulud’s coastal-inspired Boulud Sud opens its doors on Easter Sunday to a three course prix fixe menu for $48 a head. The menu—which elaborately combines old brunch favorites with tastes from sea—can be found here. Photo by @bouludsud on Instagram.
Greenwich Village’s cute but classy Claudette presents a deliciously French-Mediterranean menu for Easter Sunday. Brunch classics – avocado toast – can easily be paired with more adventurous entrees, like their spiced lamb ragoût, smoked goat cheese dates. Full menu can be found here.
Paying homage to its equestrian heritage, The Polo Bar is Ralph Lauren’s first NYC restaurant, producing a combination of American flavors and Ralph’s own personal favorites. The Easter Sunday brunch buffet is priced at $44 for adults, and $21 for children. Click through for the menu. Photo by @whowhatwhit on Instagram.
With a number of awards from 2017 under its French-American belt, Alphabet City’s Kingsley is definitely worth considering this Easter. Owner and chef Roxanne Spruance presents an exciting four course prix-fixe menu boasting the freshest, most local ingredients in the new season. Photo by @kingsleynyc on Instagram.
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