Unmissable Easter Brunches in NYC
There are plenty of Easter traditions worth adhering to. Like biting the head off a Jacques Torres chocolate Easter bunny. But the overwhelming favorite in New York is the endless selection of Easter brunches. Celebrate spring and the return of warm weather with an amazing brunch at one of our local favorites.
For unlimited drinks (and food): Jams
This isn’t the buffet your grandparents took you to as a kid. With its Central Park location, it’s fitting that the menu features fresh and seasonal ingredients. For just $45 per person, get your fill of the brunch buffet, including farm-fresh eggs, locally-smoked ham, bacon, and sausage, and Kossar’s bagels (with smoked salmon and the works). Add just $15 more to enjoy unlimited mimosas or Bellinis.
For a classic New York brunch: Tavern on the Green
Tavern on the Green is a New York classic. For more than 100 years, the iconic restaurant has been a true melting pot, where tourists, couples getting engaged, and celebrities converge in leafy Central Park. The prix fixe brunch for $125 per person also includes plenty of family-friendly activities, including an egg hunt.
For water views: Beaubourg at Le District
New York meets France in the Financial District at Beaubourg at Le District. If it’s warm enough, dine al fresco on the terrace with a side of Hudson River views. On the menu: French favorites like escargots, eggs Benedict, and, French toast.
For a fancy brunch: The Polo Bar
Dress to impress this Easter at The Polo Bar. The gold-trimmed restaurant, located adjacent to Polo’s Fifth Avenue flagship, is serving corn beef hash, popover Benedict, and a selection of unmissable brunch cocktails.