Easter Roundup: NYC

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCYou know you don’t want to cook for the whole family on Easter. That means a whole day’s prep & a whole day’s cleaning. Skip it, and check out these scrumptious meals in NYC.

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCAlfredo of Rome: (4 West 49th Street, at Rockefeller Center) 3-course Prix-Fixe – $49.95 per person (tax and gratuity not included).

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCGemma: (335 Bowery at the Bowery Hotel) Gemma will serve a menu of rustic Italian comfort food on Easter Sunday. Specialty dishes offered will include a salad of organic spring greens ($12), an entrée of roasted leg of lamb ($29), and Pastera Napoletana for dessert ($9).

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCLa Mangeoire(1008 2nd Avenue, NYC) For an affordable option, you can choose their lunch available Sunday March 31, 2013, 12:00pm – 4:30pm. It’s just $38 and includes appetizer, entree, and coffee or tea.

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCLa Mujer Gala: (655 Vanderbilt Ave Brooklyn) – Newcomer Chef Jennifer Cole-Ruiz will be serving Torrejas al vino tinto. They are a favorite during “Semana Santa” or holy week of Easter. The dish will also be featured in their brunch menu which starts Easter Sunday.

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCLe Perigord: (405 East 52nd Street) Classic French 3-course Prix-Fixe – $65 per person, (tax and gratuity not included). Includes their regular menu options, plus Spring lamb, truffle stuffed quail, and Atlantic Halibut in a country mustard sauce.

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCMarco Polo: (345 Court Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn) Easter menu will be served all day on Easter Sunday and there will be seatings at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm.

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYCThe Sea Fire Grill: (158 East 48th Street (btwn Lex and 3rd) NYC) 3-course $69.95 Easter menu with options from both land and sea on Sunday March 31st, lunch from noon to 3:30pm, dunner 5:30pm – 10:30pm.

1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYC
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1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYC
1x1.trans Easter Roundup: NYC

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