The Best Restaurants For Easter Brunch

While any weekend in New York revolves around eggs benedicts and bloody marys, brunch is especially important on Easter Sunday. But with so many restaurants and cocktails calling your name, deciding where to go is difficult at the best of times – let alone at Easter. Don’t worry – we’ve carefully selected the best restaurants for your special brunch this Sunday…

boulud sud

Boulud Sud:

Focusing on Mediterranean-inspired dishes, Daniel Boulud’s restaurant offers a coastal-themed brunch menu for Easter. For $48, you will get a three-course prix fixe menu, with dishes such as pistachio French toast, spicy green shakshouka and coffee cloud cake with vanilla Chantilly.

la pecora bianca

La Pecora Bianca: At this beautifully bright Italian restaurant, the three-course prix fixe menu includes both La Pecora Bianca classics and Easter specials. Think mushrooms with egg and pequillo peppers, pappardelle with lamb ragu and affogato for dessert.

ocean prime nyc

Ocean Prime: Featuring its popular prime steaks and seafood-centric dishes, Ocean Prime’s brunch menu includes six Easter specials. To go with your blood orange mimosa, there’s blackened salmon salad with various fruits, crab cake with poached egg and hollandaise, and braised short rib “surf and turf.”

the red cat brunch

The Red Cat: With extended brunch hours for Easter, we might just spend our whole Sunday afternoon at this cozy Chelsea spot. Complimenting its early spring menu with Easter inspired specials, the menu leans towards seasonal vegetables with lamb and ham.

gotham bar and grill-risotto

Gotham Bar and Grill: Are your parents in town for Easter? Do you need to impress the in-laws? If you don’t mind spending a little more, the Michelin-starred restaurant Gotham Bar and Grill has you covered with classic American dishes – simple yet perfectly executed. From Spring risotto with pancetta to roast chicken and warm chocolate cake – we’re pretty sure they will approve.

the regency bar and grill-easter brunch

The Regency Bar & Grill: Sticking to classic American fare, the Upper East Side restaurant is offering signature favorites for Easter brunch, including eggs benedict, buttermilk pancakes with blueberries or chocolate chips, and avocado toast with a cream cheese dill spread.


Harvey at The Williamsburg Hotel: We could spend every weekend at Harvey inside The Williamsburg Hotel – Easter Sunday is certainly no exception. Come for the ambiance, enjoy your deviled eggs with caviar and stay for the impressive line-up of baked goods: madeleines, cinnamon twists, chocolate chip cookies and more…

Featured image: The Red Cat