We’ve rounded up some classic–and some new–NYC spots serving Easter brunch this year. Whether you’re celebrating with guests who are visiting the city, treating your family, or brunching with friends who have become your NYC family, we hope you enjoy!
One of New York’s most iconic establishments is serving an extravagant Easter brunch. Gaze out at the Manhattan skyline while indulging in Rainbow Room’s a la carte menu and brunch buffet, including a freshly pressed juice station and a bacon bar. Easter additions to the menu include roasted Black Angus prime rib or beef and Colorado roast leg of lamb.
Seating is available from 10:30am to 2:30pm. $125 per person excluding beverages, tax and gratuity. Reservations and proper attire are required. Read our review here. Spoiler alert: Brunch is Bitch-approved. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor, New York, NY.
If you happen to be meandering around NoMad after Easter mass, be sure to swing by Le Pecora Bianca for brunch! They’re offering a three course pre fixe for $40 per person, with an hour of unlimited Bloody Marys and Bellinis for $20 extra. You can’t go wrong with avo toast, fresh salads, and authentic pasta dishes. Read our review here. 1133 Broadway, New York, NY.
Easter Sunday is one of those days where brunch may fall a little early on the day’s schedule, and dinner a little too late. Thus, we present to you the Sunday Roast at Beatrice Inn. It not only offers a menu that delivers, but a rich New York history.
While the prices are not for the faint of heart, the beautiful setting and the delicious and adventurous menu will not disappoint anyone looking to participate in this fine English tradition. Read our review here. 285 W 12th Street, New York, NY.
Kick off Easter Sunday with brunch at Reynard at the Wythe Hotel, and end your morning with a cocktail at The Ides, The Wythe’s rooftop bar that offers killer views of Manhattan.
Serving classics like cast-iron pancakes, and a spin on standard dishes like trout Benedicts, Reynard is sure to impress. Reservations are recommended. Read our review here. 80 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
For a really amazing place to to celebrate Easter Sunday, snag yourself a reservation at La Sirena ASAP. You can order these fantastic amaretti mascarpone pancakes a la carte, or partake in their Easter tasting menu for $59 a person. This includes an asparagus starter, rabbit tortelli, spring lamb, and dolci di pasqua. Read our brunch review here. 88 Ninth Avenue, New York, NY.
We’ve yet to try Chef’s Club by Food & Wine (trust us, it’s on our list), but we’ve heard nothing but great things. For Easter Sunday, they’re offering an Easter feast served buffet-style featuring delicious dishes like deviled eggs with trout roe, roast leg of lamb in hay, plus Bloody Marys, Bellinis, and more. The buffet will be $85 for adults. Book your table now before its too late! 275 Mulberry Street, New York, NY.
New to NYC’s brunch scene, Little Frog Bistro & Bar is the perfect place to grab Easter brunch after a leisurely stroll in Central Park. They’re offering a special menu this Sunday only, featuring a lamb trio for $33 per person, including one brunch cocktail.
Little Frog also recently launched their spring brunch menu, which will also be available to order from a la carte. 322 E 86th Street, New York, NY.
Easter is the perfect excuse for a fancypants brunch a la Eloise–right? The Plaza’s culinary team have curated a special menu, specifically for this occasion, to be served in The Plaza’s famed Palm Court. Their Grand Buffet, filled with salads, savory brunch entrees, a carving station, and indulgent sweets, will be open from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Easter Sunday. Fifth Avenue at Central Park South, New York, NY.
Whether you’re looking for a place to perch after the Easter Parade or a seeking a meal after mass, Davio’s Manhattan is the place to be on Easter Sunday. Brunch specials, available from 11AM-3PM, include Lump Crab Cake Benedict served with Poached Eggs, Cornbread & Mustard Seeds, Chocolate Waffle served with Hazelnut Snow, and Nutella Gelato & Caramelized Marshmallow. Reservations recommended. 447 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY.
If you’re looking for a more casual spot for Easter brunch, try Treadwell Park on the Upper East Side. The beer hall is great for couples, family, and friends alike and offers tasty dishes like house smoked beef brisket and fried eggs, classic french toast and poached eggs, and avocado and parmesan on curried quinoa. You can read our review here. 1125 1st Ave, New York, NY.
Easter brunch with a side of rooftop views doesn’t sound half bad to us! Head to Haven Rooftop and choose from their three course Prix Fixe menu for $29 featuring selections such as crispy calamari, brunch pizza with sunny-side-up eggs, tomato sauce, mozzarella and bacon, or a classic Eggs Benny. They also offer an a la carte menu, plus you can make it bottomless brunch for just $20 more! Read our review here. 132 W 47th Street, New York, NY.
If you’re looking for a brunch spot in Long Island City, look no further than Mundo, located in the stylish Paper Factory Hotel. They’ll be offering various dishes, such as dark rum French toast, chicken and waffles, and the factory burger–a crowd favorite! Plus, there will be live samba and bossa nova from Trio Brasil. Read our brunch review here. 37-06 36th Street, Long Island City, NY.