One way to celebrate Easter is by enjoying brunch with family and friends. This could be either in an intimate setting or in a more extroverted environment. Whatever your preference, we hope this list of restaurants compiled by our Long Island Limousine Service helps you narrow down on the perfect restaurant for you.
To make the occasion extra special, consider hiring our Limo Service in Long Island. With our professional car service, you do not have to worry about having to navigate through the heavy Easter traffic, finding an unfamiliar restaurant, or finding parking space. Our knowledgeable and reliable chauffeurs will drive you and your family/friends to any restaurant of your choice in a prompt and safe manner; all you have to worry about is relishing in the company of your loved ones and enjoying the comfort of our luxurious vehicles. Here are a few restaurants that you should definitely keep in mind if you are celebrating your Easter in New York this year.
Kingsely is a restaurant owned by Chef Roxanne Spruance and is located on 190th Avenue. Kingsley is a French-American Restaurant that has the capacity to accommodate 65 patrons at a go, which is quite impressive considering that this is Chef Roxanne’s first independent venture. This year, Kingsley will be serving guests a three-course prix fixe meal on Ester Sunday (April 1st) for only $60. The menu will include delicacies such as house-cured gravlax, a spring-vegetable frittata, potato galette, a honey comb, and a honey panna cotta.
This restaurant was founded by Daniel Boulud’s and has its premises on 64th Street near the Lincoln Center. Boulud Sud has a Mediterranean-focused menu that will feature a three-course, prix-fixe brunch on Easter Sunday for only $50. Appetizers will include a Greek yogurt parfait and octopus a la plancha while the main courses will include three-egg frittatas, French toast, and spicy green shakshouka. Dessert, on the other hand, will feature, among others, a grapefruit givre with house made grapefruit sorbet.
This is one of Brooklyn’s finest restaurants; located in 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. The Osprey will be serving Easter Sunday brunch from 10am to 3pm courtesy of Chef Michael Poiarkoff. The menu will feature a special: Lamb with spring peas, green garlic, shaved radish, and a poached egg. The restaurant will also maintain its regular brunch menu if you find that you prefer a more traditional meal. Make your reservations ahead of time to avoid missing a spot on Easter Sunday.
Tavern on the Green
The Tavern on the Green has been a New York Hallmark for over 75 years. Located inside Central Park, the Tavern was recently restored and now has a beautiful dining room in a garden setting. This scenic location has been graced by tourists, marrying couples, and celebrities alike. The Tavern will be hosting a prix fixe brunch on Easter Sunday at only $125 for adults and $95 for children. You can expect delicacies such as braised spring lamb, roasted vegetables, and French toast with almonds. After your meal, you can take part in an egg hunt, take family photos, and enjoy the live jazz entertainment.
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