BLT Steak New York is offering a prime rib special.
Easter Sunday is upon us, and though we’re still in a pandemic, it’s important to honor our traditions in a manner that’s safe.
Restaurants throughout New York City are opening their doors, and the warmer weather brings brighter days. We feel like celebrating, and an Easter feast is just the thing.
Whether you want to go out to dinner with a loved one or cater an affair of home, these are the restaurants honoring Easter with special menu for dine-in, takeout and delivery in NYC.
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29 E. 61st St. / Website
La Goulue will serve a special Easter Sunday brunch on April 4. The two-course, prix fixe meal gives guests a choice of appetizer and main selection, including smoked salmon, French toast, croque monsieur, shrimp and lobster rolls and more. There will also be a complimentary spread of fresh-baked pastries and specialty bottles of Prince De Lise Blanc De Blancs. Reservations can be made online.
154 Court St., Brooklyn / Website
Premiering their soon-to-open Brooklyn location, Maman is running an Easter pop-up through April 4. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the shop serves special Easter tastes such as Lemon Olive Oil Cake and sweet seasonal drinks. There will also be cookie decorating and build your own “basket” activities, where you can create a custom basket of homemade baked goods to take home. They are also shipping cookie boxes nationwide via Maman’s website.
Multiple locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens / Website
Chip City is serving inventive Easter cookies. From April 1 to 4, you can grab carrot cake, Cadbury chocolate chip and bunny funfetti. They will be available all day every day at all six Chip City locations throughout NYC.
BLT Steak New York & BLT Prime New York
106 E 57 St.; 1032 Lexington Ave. / Website
BLT Steak New York in Midtown and BLT Prime New York on the Upper East Side will be open April 4 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. for a special Easter celebrations. BLT Steak New York if offering pan-seared scallops, rack of lamb and prime rib, while BLT Prime New York specials include Australian rack of lamb, mizuna salad and fondant potatoes. Reservations for both can be made online.
115 E. 60th St. | Website
Amali is offering a special Easter, complete with asparagus salad with a soft-boiled red egg, leg of lamb with your choice of a side, ricotta pie and complimentary Koulourakia, aka Greek Easter cookies. The menu will be available April 3 and 4 for brunch and dinner. Reservations can be made online.
190 Beach 69 St.; Rockaway Beach Blvd., Queens / Website
In the heart of Queens, Bar Marseille will offer an Easter Sunday menu with specials of wild mushroom salad with poached duck egg, grilled lamb chops with potatoes and peppers, and brioche bread pudding. The menu is available April 3 and 4 for brunch and dinner, and reservations can be made online.
120 Hudson St. / Website
Bubby’s is offering a comfort food Easter brunch on April 4 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Indulge in sourdough pancakes, buttermilk biscuits, avocado toast, fried chicken, an Easter ham plate and pie. Reservations can be made online.
630 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn / Website
Mini Melanie is launching an Easter Cookie Box for $50, available for nationwide shipping. The box is filled with eight cookies: four vanilla Easter egg cookies, two chocolate carrot cookies and two chocolate bunny cookies. Ordering is available online.
Baldor Specialty Foods
If you’re in need of catering, Baldor Specialty Foods partnered with top NYC caterers to deliver three different dinners. Abigail Kirsch’s Easter dinner includes veggie crudites, lamb ragout, boneless lamb osso bucco chunks and cream crostata, all of which can be ordered online. Relish’s Ham Dinner includes a salad, biscuits, ham, carrots, potatoes and a lemon layered sponge cake to be ordered online. Lastly, the Great Performance’s Easter dinner includes pickled deviled eggs, an Easter ham, fingerling potatoes, a salad, and a lemon and toasted coconut layer cake for dessert, also ordered online.
Photography by: Lunah Zon