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Flatiron District Easter Guide

Still figuring out how to have a special Easter this year? With the holiday fast-approaching on March 27th, the Flatiron BID has put together a neighborhood guide of eateries serving delicious meals on Easter Sunday, stores offering Easter sweets, and more. Please contact businesses directly for more information.


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

230 FIFTH is offering a special Easter brunch buffet from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Buffet items include Eggs Benedict with Canadian Ham, Mini Bagels & Croissants, and Liquored Up French Toast. Brunch is $42 for adults and $15 for children 12 years and under. Reservations are not necessary.

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

Celebrate Easter at Black Barn with a special brunch prix fixe menu featuring traditional Easter dishes with a twist. Special prix fixe menu items include Kale & Roasted Squash Salad, Maine Lobster Benedict, and Beef Wellington. Easter brunch is $55 per person and available from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Black Barn’s regular brunch menu is also available.

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

Opening at 3:00 p.m., BLT Prime is offering blackboard specials to celebrate Easter. BLT Prime’s regular a la carte menu will also be available.

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

The Churchill Tavern will be offering a special Easter-themed menu for its weekly Traditional Sunday Roast. Starting at noon, sample traditional English Easter dishes like Leg of Lamb with Mint Sauce, Roast Beef with Horseradish, and Stuffed Pork with Apple Sauce.

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

In addition to its regular a la carte menu, Dos Caminos is also serving Easter specials like Grilled Red Snapper, Mexican Deviled Eggs, and Cajeta-Filled Dark Chocolate Eggs for brunch and dinner.

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

Eataly has a variety of options to help you enjoy a delicious Italian Easter meal this Sunday. Enjoy an elegant Easter tasting menu at Manzo Ristorante, Eataly’s fine-dining restaurant. Executive Chef Fitz Tallon has designed a decadent four-course menu around seasonal produce, like Cavatelli alla Primavera (housemade cavatelli with spring vegetables and Pecorino Romano) and Agnello alla Griglia (grilled Colorado lamb with braised artichokes, mint, and olives).

For a laid-back and fun Easter meal, stop by La Pizza & La Pasta and Baita, Eataly’s pop-up rooftop restaurant and brewery. In addition to their regular menus, both restaurants are featuring special Easter menu items like Pappardelle al Ragù di Agnello (housemade pappardelle with lamb ragù, mint, lemon, Pecorino Romano, and chili flakes) and Cotoletta di Maiale alla Griglia (grilled Arcadian Pastures pork chop with peperonata).

Eataly can also help you get a jump on your own Easter menu by pre-ordering a roasted leg of lamb from Eataly’s butcher counter, then follow their traditional Italian recipe for a delicious Easter dish. Overflowing with fresh flavors, Eataly’s take on the traditional Easter roasted leg of lamb is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday and the arrival of spring. Orders must be placed by March 23rd.

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

From noon to 4:00 p.m., diners can enjoy Easter brunch at Ilili. In addition to their regular a la carte brunch menu, ilili is offering Easter specials like Asparagus Poached Egg, Lamb Makloubeh, and Cucumber & Parsnip Cake. 

Kat & Theo, 5 West 21st Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 380-1950.

Kat & Theo is serving an Easter brunch buffet from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Buffet items include Shrimp & Grits, Pancakes with Raspberry Compote, and Pork Rillette.  Brunch is $40 per person and $15 for children 12 years and under. Unlimited mimosas and bloody marys are also available for $15 per person. Kat & Theo will be closed for dinner on Sunday evening.

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

La Pecora Bianca will be offering a special three-course Easter Sunday brunch for $35 per person. The regular a la carte menu is also available.

Millesime, 92 Madison Avenue, between 29th and 28th Streets, (212) 889-7100.

Join Millesime for Easter Brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Brunch includes a bloody mary and mimosa bar, as well as your choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Millesime’s special Easter brunch menu includes Classic Eggs Benedict, Duck Bouillon, and Brown Sugar & Maple Pain Perdue. Easter brunch is $59.95 per person.

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

Park Avenue Spring is offering special prix-fixe menus for brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday for $69 per person.

Rocco Steakhouse, 72 Madison Avenue, between 28th and 27th Street, (212) 696-9660.

Join Rocco Steakhouse for Easter from noon to 10:30 p.m. Diners can enjoy USDA prime, dry-ages porterhouses, tomahawk steaks and filets, along with the restaurant's luxurious seafood options and massive sides. Rocco Steakhouse is providing every Easter Sunday guest with a complimentary glass of champagne.

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

Sarabeth’s has you covered for dinner and brunch with Easter specials for each meal. Brunch specials include Smoked Salmon Frisee Salad for $18 and Seafood Frittata for $25. Dinner specials include Icelandic Cod for $28 and Braised Lamb Shank for $32.

Chocolates & Gifts

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

Sweeten up your Easter with limited-edition dessert teas, and tea-infused chocolates and cupcakes from DAVIDsTEA.

Envelopper Inc., 45 West 21st Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 518-2303. 

Envelopper Inc. can help you create one-of-a-kind Easter gifts for your loved ones with cards, baskets, and other arts & crafts supplies.

Flying Tiger, 920 Broadway, on the 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 Easter items like metal Easter eggs, Easter-themed tree ornaments, and rabbit flower pots. Most items sold in the store are under $15.

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

In addition to their regular selection of haute couture sweets, L’atelier du Chocolat is also offering artisanal chocolate Easter eggs in a variety of sizes.

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

Stop by Mangia for limited-edition Easter desserts like egg-shaped cookies and cupcakes.

Michaels, 675 Sixth Avenue, on the corner of 22nd Street, (646) 259-3911.

Michaels is the source for all Easter crafts--buy a basket, then decorate it with ribbons, mesh, and plastic Easter eggs.

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.

Papyrus has an extensive collection of new and popular Easter cards. Welcome spring by sending cute and elegant Easter greeting cards to loved ones and friends.

Space Kiddets, 26 East 22nd Street, between Broadway and Park Avenue South, (212) 420-9878.

Space Kiddets can help your little one be the star of any Easter egg hunt with a funky, unique selection of Easter-themed toys and apparel for kids and toddlers.

Image via Kat & Theo


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