Where to Eat on Easter Sunday in NYC 2023

Where to Eat on Easter Sunday in NYC 2022
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Where to Eat on Easter Sunday in NYC 2023

Hosting Easter doesn’t have to be a hassle. If you don’t want to make a mess in the kitchen, celebrate Easter with your family at an NYC restaurant this year.

Many restaurants in New York City provide special Easter accommodations featuring some of the most desired foods on the menu. Here are some restaurants where you can celebrate Easter with your family for dinner or brunch!

Psst… Check out Easter Egg Hunts for Families 2023!


240 Central Park S, New York, NY 10019

Marea is supposed to remind diners of coastal Italy while providing that undeniable New York vibe. This restaurant will be providing a 3-course Prix Fixe menu for Easter, specifically brunch between 12 and 2:45 pm.

Some dishes include grilled octopus, squid ink lobster ravioli, pan-seared wild striped bass, and tiramisu. The cost is $145 per person and you can book a reservation on their website See the rest of their menu here.

David Burke Tavern

135 E 62nd St., New York, NY 10065

David Burke Tavern is a modern American restaurant that provides an eclectic presentation and atmosphere. Easter brunch will be offered from 11 am to 3 pm and dinner will be offered from 3:30 pm to 8 pm. The menu is a 3-course Prix Fixe, $75 per person for brunch and $90 per person for dinner. 

The menu for this year hasn’t been released yet, but some dishes are a spring onion tart, roasted baby radish bruschetta, pastrami smoked salmon benedict and a cheesecake lollipop tree. 

Fogo de Chao

40 W 53rd St., New York, NY 10019

Fogo de Chao is a Brazilian Steakhouse that slow-grills meat in the traditional churrasco style. Easter hours at the restaurant will be 11 am to 9 pm. Children receive special pricing, based on age.

Some popular choices on the dinner menu are warm pao de queijo, filet mignon and indulgent cuts, and the Chilean sea bass. You can book a reservation on their website and find more Easter information here.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

1221 6th Ave., New York, NY 10020

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is meant to be an American steakhouse for those who love tradition and elegance. They will be offering a 3-course Easter menu and a few a la carte options of seafood and steak.

Easter Brunch offers bread pudding French toast and butcher’s cut steak and eggs. Reservations can be made on their website and you can see the rest of the Easter menu here.

City Experiences Bateaux

Chelsea Piers Pier 61, New York, NY 10011

City Experiences is offering Bateaux dinner cruises this Easter. There is Premier Plus with a three hour dinner and cruise on a glass windowed deck. The Signature cruise is a two and half hour cruise.

If you would like to see amazing views of the NYC skyline while dining then you better hurry to book your ticket. Some shared items on the menus include braised beef short rib and root vegetable fricassee. 

Hop to the Tin Building

96 South St., Manhattan, NY 10038

Make the most of your Easter Sunday by celebrating with a delicious and festive meal at the Tin Building. The special brunch and dinner menus will feature unique takes on traditional holiday favorites and creative new classics.

The Rockaway Hotel + Spa

108-10 Rockaway Beach Dr., Queens, NY 11694

Bring the whole family for Easter brunch in the Harbor Room at the Rockaway Hotel and Spa. This brunch buffet experience offers two seatings and enough food options for everyone, including a pastry station, carving station, a sweets table and much more.

Enjoy photo opportunities, face painting, a visit from the Easter Bunny and more. Pricing starts at $25 per child 12 and younger and $60 per adult 12 and up.

Industry Kitchen

70 South St., New York, NY 10005

With views of the East River in the historic Seaport District, Industry Kitchen will serve delectable brunch specials on Easter Sunday.

Start your meal off with appetizers like deviled eggs and lobster bisque before enjoying entrees like a Scottish smoked salmon eggs benedict or a lamb sausage and harissa ratatouille.

Mezze on the River

375 South End Ave., New York, NY 10280

With its colorful and energetic atmosphere in Battery Park City, Mezze on the River offers a vibrant setting for Easter. Have a decadent three-course experience against a backdrop of yachts and sailboats on the Hudson River.

Parker’s at the Thompson Central Park Hotel

119 West 56th St., New York, NY 10019

Elevate your Easter brunch experience with a Easter Jazz Brunch at Parker’s in the Thompson Central Park Hotel. Highlights on the menu include chicken and waffles, breakfast pizza and a very berry brioche French Toast.

As you enjoy breakfast, listen to live jazz music with performances from the Meg Johnson Trio.