On Easter Sunday, church services can be an uplifting and a lovely tradition to share with family and friends. After the service, it just may be good opportunity to continue your time together with a delicious brunch. Brunch not only a superb relaxing way to spend your weekend but the opportunity to experience new locations, lavish cuisine, and specialty cocktails.
Have not booked in for Easter Sunday, there’s still time!
The Downtown team has put together some of our favorite brunch spots in Lower Manhattan New York. Enjoy your Easter Sunday and be sure to brunch!
The High Line Hotel
A family-friendly Easter Sunday brunch will be having their 5th Annual Easter Party from 10 am to 12 pm. The hotel is offering two petting zoos, the Easter bunny visit, face painting, crafts, and snacks. For $39 an assortment of mini-viennoiseries and bread served with butter and jams. Some food would be avocado toast or eggs Benedict, and Ladurée coffee or tea served with macarons.
This breathtaking views from this rooftop will be serving Easter Sunday brunch from 11:30 am-3:00 pm. The activities they will be hosting are decorating hats, egg decorations, and an adventurous egg hunt.
Socarrat Paella Bar
For the boozing Easter Sunday brunchers, the tapas restaurant is serving a “boozy brunch” menu that comes with one tapas, one brunch dish or paella, and churros for dessert along with unlimited sangria and mimosas for 90 minutes. Choose from avocado toast, apple pancakes, and paella made with lobster or shrimp. Each person is $39.
The Red Cat
Enjoy a down-to-earth setting for their early spring menu with Easter inspired specials. The Easter Sunday brunch hours are from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm and dinner services from 5 pm to 10 pm.
Have a healthy, multi-layered menu offers simplicity and sophistication Easter Sunday brunch with the staff. Their Easter specials are Locusts on Hudson farm, Narcissa’s year-round purveyor, include a farm egg omelet with spring vegetables and speck ham, morel mushroom eggs Benedict, and spring lamb porchetta. Brunch is served until 4:00 p.m.
This 65-seat French-American style restaurant in the East Village will be serving up Easter Sunday brunch. They’re serving a $75 four-course prix fixe on Easter Sunday, with many possibilities like house-cured gravlax with pumpernickel, lobster eggs Benedict and a lemon cake with crème fraîche sherbet and fresh strawberries.
The Palm Court
The iconic and legendary atrium in the Plaza Hotel is offering sumptuous buffet-style on April 1st, including French toast, Skuna Bay salmon and a carving station set with lamb and glazed ham ($165 per adult, $80 per child).
Easter Sunday can be a bit stressful, take the stress down a notch, make reservations for you and your family.