Just steps from St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Easter Parade is Lodi offering an Easter Sunday brunch. Among the items being offered, Pastiera Di Grano, a traditional Neapolitan Easter cake.
Maiella is hosting an Easter supper Italian style. Think Carne Cruda with Wagyu beef, Grapefruit Glazed Salmon, and Mushroom-Stuffed Cappelletti with snow peas and truffles. There’s Tiramisu for dessert with marscapone mouse. $85pp
Yves is offering an Easter Day Cookout with a spit-fire menu including Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese Salad, Harissa-marinated Leg of Lamb with sides of rosemary and garlic fingerling potatoes and sauteed lacinda kale, as well as Carrot Cake for dessert. $35pp
Tiny’s will offer a family-style Sunday Supper (serving 2-4 people) that includes Tiny’s popular Kale Salad, Roast Chicken, Herb Pearl Couscous, Spring Vegetables, and a housemade Kit Kat. ($150)
Estuary at The ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina is welcoming guests in, and allowing guests to bring the festivities home, with special menus for Easter. Dishes include Sliced Leg Lamb, Roasted Chicken and Sliced Ham in addition to other in-house specials.
Jaz is offering Indian-inspired Easter dishes over the weekend, including Fig Lamb marinated with ginger, garlic, herbs, and spices, with fresh fig and cooked in an onion-based curry sauce, and Kandhari Chicken from the Tandoor.
Lindens is offering seasonal New American fare for Easter, such as Spring Carrot Ravioli with pancetta and brown butter and a Spring Vegetable Tart with ricotta truffle vinaigrette in puff pastry. Desserts include a Root Beer Float and Strawberry Rhubarb Creme Brûlée.
Hop on over to one of Jean Georges restaurants offering a choice of either a festive Easter brunch or dinner feast with signature and seasonal dishes served individually or family style.
If you are looking to escape the city, the newly-opened Limani Taverna on Long Island is offering a 4-course prix-fixe menu including “Easter Arnaki” roasted Lamb, along with Greek wines avalable on Greek Easter Sunday (4/24). $65pp