Easter Specials to Get Your Grub On
Whether you celebrate or not, everyone's gotta eat!

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Still don't know where you'll be grubbing this Sunday? Even if you don't celebrate the holiday, there are some killer food specials to celebrate EATING. Catch our drift?

Wall & Water is hosting an Easter Sunday brunch and feel free to bring the kiddies! The resto will convert their private dining room into a Children's Lounge, where kids can participate in coloring, egg painting , holiday cartoons, and other fun activities.

From 11:30am-2:30pm, Wall & Water will be offering their special brunch menu for $50 a person (1/2 price for kids age 6-12 and free for kids under 6). The farm to table brunch includes:

  • "The Larder"- oysters, shrimp cocktail, smoked salmon, cheese and charcuterie, caesar and green salad, grilled veggies, croissants, pain au chocolat, fresh fruit, yogurt, and granola.
  • "The Open Kitchen"- leek and potato soup, truffle croutons, mustard crusted boneless leg of lamb, boulangere potatoes, rosemary lamb jus, Long Island duckling seared breast, leg confit, sauteed curly kale, sour cherries, walnuts, sweet onion and gruyere quiche.
  • "The Sweet Extravaganza"- selection of sweets and cakes.

To make your reservation, please call 212-699-1700.

Bistro 61 will be serving up a special a la carte Easter brunch menu on Sunday from 10:30am-4pm, as well as dinner from 4pm- 10:30pm, which will include wonderful Easter specials, in addition to their regular menu. Brunch menu items include a selection of eggs, sandwiches, soups & salads, and delicious entrees such as the fish of the day, free-range chicken, and vegetarian risotto. For reservations, please call 212-223-6220.

Not amped up for the upcoming holiday? Don't fret - there are other options out there for those who don't celebrate. Enjoy the beautiful Spring has sprung weather with outdoor dining. Head to the rooftop at Pampano, Richard Sandoval's Mexican resto and snack on tapas and delicious sangria. Or strut your stuff in Chelsea at Highpoint Bistro, where you can dine outdoors on the sidewalk or in their back garden. With Spring comes new American bites and creative seasonal cocktails to enjoy. So whether you're doing the bunny hop or not, there's something for everyone this Sunday!
 

 



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