Eggscelent Dining Options for Easter

Nobody likes to cook a giant Easter meal, so head out on the town and have one of New York City's amazing chefs whip you and your family up something divine. We've got the best Easter specials and meals below for you to choose from. Happy Holidays! 

On Easter Sunday, Marco Polo Ristorante will feature a prix fixe menu comprised of traditional Italian dishes and contemporary interpretations. Standouts from the menu include Tortellini in Brodo and Schiaffoni con Ragu D'Agnello. The restaurant will accommodate seatings at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm. Please call for reservations.

On March 31st, Patsy's Italian Restaurant will celebrate Easter with elegant menu specials such as Pizza Rustica, Agnello di Pasqua, and Pastiera for dessert. Patsy's is also offering their incredible line of pasta and olive oil in special Easter baskets, available both online and at the restaurant. Please call to make a reservation.

Both Pera Mediterranean Brasserie and Pera SoHo will be serving a unqiue Easter menu for brunch and dinner. Menu highlights include Mushroom & Eggplant 'Moussaka,' Roasted Leg of Lamb French Dip and Turkish Zucchini Pancakes. The brunch is $29 while the dinner is $43 per person. Please call to make a reservation.

La Mangeoire is serving up a delicious two course brunch for $38. Go French for Easter with four star chef Christian Delouvrier, who features Roasted Spring Lamb Loin and Quiche Lorraine.

Midtowners will love The Sea Fire Grill's fancy take on Easter. Enjoy some of the first soft shell crabs of the season on their three course lunch or dinner menu, which is $69.95.

On Easter Sunday, DBGB Kitchen & Bar will serve its classic brunch menu, along with some hearty additions including Roasted Heirloom Carrots & Chicory Salad, Leg of Lamb with vadouvan crust and Pastry Chef Mymi Eberhardt's Rhubarb Tart. Brunch will be a mere $27 per person so make sure to make your reservation.

Rosemary's is featuring a prix fixe three course brunch for $30, as well as a prix fixe four course dinner for $50. The special menu items will also be available a la carte, with items such as Lamb Sausage Ragu and Porchetta. Rosemary's is also encouraging their guests to celebrate on their rooftop, where they can have fun painting Easter eggs, as well as check out a giant Easter egg sculpture made by a local artist.