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Your Guide to Easter in the Flatiron District


From flowers to specialty chocolates, prix-fixe menus, or thoughtful stationery, you will find unique experiences and gifts in the Flatiron District to celebrate Easter Weekend. Whether you’re hosting or attending an Easter Sunday event, or simply want to enjoy a delicious brunch in the Spring breeze, the round-up below has ideas for how to make the most of the holiday. Please contact each business directly for further information or reservations. 

Dining

230 FIFTH, 230 Fifth Avenue, corner of 27th Street, (212) 725-4300. 

230 FIFTH is serving its signature Easter buffet from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Menu items include an assortment of salads, eggs benedict, liquored up French toast, and a carving station of filet of beef with horseradish sauce. Brunch is $42 for adults and $15 for children 12 years and under.

Black Barn, 19 East 26th Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenues, (212) 265-5959.

Celebrate Easter at Black Barn with a specially curated a la carte menu. Easter specials include Duck Confit, Maine Lobster Salad, and Truffle Mac’n’Cheese. Black Barn’s main courses will also be available, featuring dishes such as Apple & Almond Filled French Toast, Egg White Frittata, and Smoked Salmon Tartine.

BLT Prime, 111 East 22nd Street, between Park Avenue South and Lexington, (212) 995-8500.

Dine at one of the Flatiron District’s choicest steakhouses, BLT Prime. Diners will choose from the restaurant’s black board specials, including Grilled Lamb Sirloin, Pan Roasted Halibut, and desserts that will have you coming back for more.

The Churchill Tavern, 45 East 28th Street, between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue South, (646) 476-8419.

In addition to The Churchill Tavern's traditional Sunday Roast, diners will be able to choose from an Easter menu, featuring a Leg of Lamb Roast with all the trimmings.

Dos Caminos, 373 Park Avenue South, between 26th and 27th Streets, (212) 294-1000.

Join Dos Caminos for a festive Easter Brunch. On the menu are bottomless drinks, and a fresh-to-order guacamole, Mexican French Toast, Oaxacan Shrimp Quesadillas, making Dos Caminos ideal for large groups and friends.

Eataly, 200 Fifth Avenue, between 24th and 23rd Streets, (212) 937-8910.

With Eataly's three Easter menu specials, you can enjoy an elevated family affair, or a casual brunch amongst friends. 

Eataly's fine dining restaurant, Manzo, will serve a decadent four-course meal that celebrates the arrival of Spring. Designed by executive chef Fitz Tallon, the menu features Cavatelli a la Primavera (housemade cavatelli with spring vegetables and Pecorino Romano) Agnello alla Griglia (grilled Colorado lamb with braised artichokes, mint, and olives). The menu will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Reservations recommended.

For a relaxed ambiance, try Eataly's traditional Easter dish at La Pasta & La Pizza, where diners can enjoy Pappardelle al Ragù di Agnello (housemade pappardelle with lamb ragù, mint, lemon, Pecorino Romano, and chili flakes). The daily menu will also be available, suitable for all tastes. No reservations needed. No reservations required.

For a memorable dining experience, reserve a table at Eataly's rooftop pop-up restaurant, Baita. In addition to the daily menu, chefs will serve Cotoletta di Maiale alla Griglia (grilled Arcadian Pastures pork chop with peperonata), a special Easter dish. Choose from Baita's signature craft cocktails or house brews to make the most of the stunning views over Fifth Avenue. Reservations recommended.

If you are celebrating Easter at home, consider adding an Italian twist to your celebrations with Eataly's fresh pasta, cured meats, cheese, desserts, and wines. 


ilili
, 236 Fifth Avenue, between 28th and 27th Streets, (212) 683-2929.

In addition to ilili's a la carte menu, Chef Philippe Massoud will be dishing up Easter-themed plates to make your brunch a family affair. These specials include Braised Lamb Shoulder, Whole Roasted Chicken, Hearth Baked Whole Branzino, and a Pavlova Easter Egg. Special Easter surprises await children, too. 

La Pecora Bianca, 1133 Broadway, on the corner of 26th Street, (212) 498-9696.

Add some Italian flair to your Easter celebrations at La Pecora Bianca. Offering a prix-fixe menu, diners have many options including a variety of toasts or salads as appetizers, followed by entrees including braised lamb meatballs and pastas, capped by delicious dessert options. The three-course brunch is $40 per person.

Park Avenue Spring, 360 Park Avenue South, on the corner of 26th Street, (212) 951-7111.

Offering both a prix-fixe menu and a la carte brunch specials, Park Avenue Spring has many options for you to choose from. This year’s menu features dishes such as New Zealand King Salmon, 28 Day Sirloin and a blend-your-own-Bellini bar. The three-course prix fixe menu is $75 per person.

Sarabeth’s, 381 Park Avenue South, on the corner of 27th Street, (212) 335-0093.

Sarabeth's will offer specials at brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday, featuring menu items such as a Chilled Crab Salad and Braised Lamb Shank. 


Pastries and Chocolates


L’atelier du Chocolat, 59 West 22nd Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 243-0033.


Master Chocolatier Eric Girerd is behind the highly refined chocolates at L’atelier du Chocolat. Tucked away on 22nd Street, shoppers will find exotic blends, gift boxes, as well as classic chocolate Easter eggs and other confections. 

Lady M, 1178 Broadway, corner of West 28th Street, (212) 452-2222.

Lady M's unique "thousand crepe" cakes will be the highlight your Easter party. Lady M's unique confections come in an array of flavors including green tea, chocolate, coconut, chestnut, and lemon.

Maison Kayser, 921 Broadway, corner of 21st Street, (212) 979-1600.

From freshly baked tarts, seasonal breads, or breakfast pastries, Maison Kayser has the perfect assortment of treats for your Easter party.

Mangia, 22 West 23rd Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, (212) 647-0200.

Mangia will help you celebrate Easter with a selection of desserts that are as cute as they are delicious. Mangia's Easter offerings include chocolate cheesecake eggs, bunny cookies, meringues, and cupcakes, as well as its signature catering services.

NY Cake, 56 West 22nd Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 675-2253.

Planning to host guests during Easter weekend? NY Cake has all the supplies you need to bake up your favorite Easter recipes.

Patisserie Chanson, 20 West 23rd Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues.

Looking to impress your hosts or guests? Bring them a box of chocolate bonbons, fresh bread, or petits gateaux from Patisserie Chanson, an elevated European patisserie.

Paris Baguette, 303 Park Avenue South, (212) 677-0404.

Showcasing a fusion of French culinary traditions with Korean tastes, Paris Baguette has unique desserts to bring flair to your Easter celebrations.


Stationery and Gifts

Blooming Affairs, 925 Broadway, corner of 21st Street, (347) 535-3820.


Blloming Affairs is the Flatiron District's neighborhood florist. Offering curated designs, unique bouquets, and other floral arrangements, Blooming Affairs will put the feeling of spring in any room.

DAVIDsTEA, 688 Sixth Avenue, between 22nd and 21st Streets, (212) 229-0002.

Liven up your Easter get-together with a cool pitcher of iced tea or a pot of afternoon tea from DAVIDsTEA. Try DAVIDsTEA new seasonal selection at their store in the Flatiron District.

Flying Tiger, 920 Broadway, corner of 21st Street, (212) 777-1239.

Looking to fill a bunny-basket without breaking the bank? Flying Tiger has a wide selection of unique and affordable Spring-themed items like flower pots, floral kids' suitcases, trinkets, and quirky home goods for kids and adults. 

La Maison Maille, 927 Broadway, corner of 21st Street, (929) 335-6610.

The premier destination for mustards, dressings, and culinary accessories, La Maison Maille is offering a special on mini-mustards. Build your own Easter basket of mini-mustards; each mini-mustard is $4. Other gift items include Maille's Dijon mustards on tap, specialty oils and vinegars, and cornichons.

Papyrus, Two Flatiron District Locations: 655 Sixth Avenue , between 21st and 20th Streets, (212) 355-1880. 940 Broadway, between 23rd and 22nd Streets, (212) 228-2877.

Build scrapbooks, send elegant cards to your loved ones, or craft inventive decorations with Papyrus's offering of stationery materials.  

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