Eat and Drink NYC Easter brunch: Restaurants with prix-fixe menus and more By amNY.com staff Updated March 16, 2018 2:28 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Easter Sunday means brunch. Whether you're coming from church or just crawling out of bed, take advantage of the festive feasts happening around town on April 1. You'll have your choice of prix-fixe meals, family-friendly brunches and special dishes to celebrate the holiday. Make your reservations now for an Easter Sunday meal at these local spots. Brooklyn Cider House Photo Credit: Michael Tulipan Bushwick's first cidery is welcoming diners with not only its four alcoholic apple brews, but a cider take on the mimosa, and some very filling breakfast dishes. Among them: a farmer's breakfast (pictured); fried chicken wings and waffles ($12); and bone-in rib-eye, or Cowboy steak with four eggs any style and home fries ($39, for a two-person serving). Brunch will be served in the cider house's bar room. (1100 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., brooklynciderhouse.com) Left Bank Photo Credit: Left Bank The German-style pancakes known as Dutch babies are a big brunch draw at this West Village, Parisian-themed restaurant serving its usual a la carte menu on Easter Sunday. The pancakes come with sweet toppings (roasted apples and pear and maple syrup, $16) and savory (rosemary ham and bechamel sauce, $17). Add a Bloody Mary for an extra festive touch to your meal. (117 Perry St., Manhattan, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., leftbanknewyork.com) Hudson Jane Photo Credit: Michael Tulipan Fort Greene's all-day eatery is putting its usual brunch comfort foods on the table this Easter Sunday, plus a special roasted lamp lollipop with celery-root puree, butter-poached asparagus and rhubarb-apricot sauce ($25). Go the simple route with two soft-boiled eggs with toast (pictured), or get fancy with vanilla custard French-toast sticks ($15) or an egg and Berkshire pork belly Benedict with a mixed green salad ($23). (360 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hudsonjane.com) Le Fanfare Photo Credit: Le Fanfare The specialty at this Greenpoint eatery is Sardinian-inspired fare, but you'll have your pick of classic American breakfast foods off the a la carte menu here, too. We recommend going the Mediterranean island route with a stone-ground polenta served with poached eggs, creamed oyster mushrooms and rosemary zabaglione (a sweet, eggy foam); pane frattau, a Sardinian flatbread topped with marinara sauce, pecorino cheese and sunny side-up eggs; or spaghetti alla carbonara. (1103 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., lefanfare.com) Kingsley Photo Credit: Jessie Gibson This Alphabet City hot spot is offering a four-course prix fixe brunch for Easter. Choose from dishes including rhubarb muffins, English pea soup, eggs Benedict with Maine lobster and lemon cake for dessert. ($75 per person, 190 Ave. B, Manhattan, kingsleynyc.com) Lincoln Ristorante Photo Credit: Tanja Yokum Lincoln Ristorante is offering its Easter prix-fixe all day. Choose three courses, with Italian favorites like veal-ricotta meatballs, risotto with braised morel mushrooms and buffalo milk ricotta cheesecake on the menu. Vegetable plates for the table -- like garlicky, pan-roasted escarole and cheesy eggplant -- cost extra, and the restaurant is charging $36 for wine pairings for all three courses. (142 W. 65th St., Manhattan, 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., $78 per person, patinagroup.com) Tavern on the Green Photo Credit: Mitchell Frye Go all out for Easter brunch with a high-end meal from Central Park's Tavern on the Green. The iconic restaurant will be serving up a three-course prix fixe mneu featuring its house French toast with strawberries, candied almonds and whipped cream (pictured); a braised spring lamb with roasted vegetables, and organic Scottish salmon with grilled corn chowder. ($125 per person, 67th Street and Central Park West, Manhattan, tavernonthegreen.com) Stella 34 Trattoria Photo Credit: Ghost Media NYC Located inside Macy's in Herald Square, Stella 34 is serving up a holiday brunch complete with a special appearance from the Easter bunny. The meal features a family-style breakfast served at your table, a Prosecco Bellin for adults, a bagel bar and a Neapolitan pizza station. Hour-and-15-minute seatings on Easter Sunday take place at 9:30 a.m., noon and 2:30 p.m. ($35 to $45 per person, 151 W. 34th St., sixth floor, Manhattan, 10 a.m., stella34.smartertakeout.net) Benjamin Steakhouse Photo Credit: Benjamin Steakhouse Dig your teeth into some steak at Easter brunch this year. At Benjamin Steakhouse, the prix-fixe special offered all day comes with three courses and one side dish. Start off with a half-dozen Blue Point oysters, advance to a rack of lamb or bone-in rib eye steak with a side of cottage fries or creamed spinach and finish with the chef's choice of dessert and tea or coffee. ($69.96 per person, 52 E. 41st St., Manhattan, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., benjaminsteakhouse.com) Kitchenette Photo Credit: Kitchenette Kitchenette, a Harlem spot known for its comfort food, has a special a la carte menu for brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday. You'll be tempted that morning by the hot cross-bun French toast, made with cinnamon swirl bread, icing and caramel butter ($16.50). That evening, sink your teeth into a classic country ham dinner with red-eye gravy, scallop potatoes and grilled asparagus ($21). (1272 Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan, kitchenetterestaurant.com) Marea Photo Credit: Ted Axelrod for Marea Sit down for a three-course menu at Marea, where the focus is on seafood. Dishes include: fusilli with red wine-braised octopus and bone marrow (pictured); seared sea scallops with celery root and pistachio gremolata; and, for a sweet finish, Italian ricotta doughnuts with lemon cream and apple butter. If you're feeling extremely luxe, you can pay as much as $385 for an ounce of caviar imported from China. ($80 per person, 240 Central Park South, Manhattan, marea-nyc.com) By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.