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Easter In The City

Easter In The City
Easter Parade

Easter Parade

Making easter baskets, planning where to eat, Easter in the city except for the Easter Parade is a not an easy holiday to navigate.

This Ukrainian tradition predates Christianity in the region, with the patterned eggs playing a part in several folktales. The designs are drawn onto the eggs using a stylus, beeswax and special dyes. The Ukrainian Museum: 222 E 6th St

We told you about some of these on the events section but this makes it a lot easier to nagivate and gives more information.On March 27th at 2pm The Amazing Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt 8 E 36th St Assemble your best team for an egg hunt that goes beyond looking in some shrubs. The city is your backyard and to fill your basket, you’re going to have to use your brains and physical prowess to solve the clues and complete the hunt first. The winning team receives tickets to Quiet Clubbing, Shake Rattle & Roll and other local activities. If your friends can’t handle the challenge, individual participants can be assigned a team. There is an adults-only version as well as a family-friendly option.


Where to have Easter Brunch

1 Nocello: 257 West 55th St. Celebrate Easter at 1NOCELLO restaurant and enjoy our Three Course Prix-Fixe Menu for $49 and children’s menu $25.95. (our full menu will be available too) Open 1PM.

1 Vizio: 255 West 55th St. In addition to their  regular dinner menu and prix-fixe menu, we will offer scrumptious Easter dinner specials.

The Back Room at One57: 153 West 57th St. Celebrate Easter at with a Three-Course Prix Fixe Brunch from 11 am – 3:30 pm. $85 per person. This is the new high rise that caused all the comotion with the crane last year.

Bouchon at Time Warner Center: Ten Columbus Circle,Third Floor. Enjoy Easter overlooking Central Park with Rabbit Ballotine, Elysian Fields Leg of Lamb and Carrot Cake!

Brasserie 8 1/2 : 9 West 57th St. Brasserie 8 1/2 will be offering Easter Sunday Special Brunch $58 pp & $19 for Children 10 & under. Reservations 11 am to 3:45. At 12 noon our $12 endless Mimosa available.

Ça Va Brasserie by Todd English: 310 West 44th St. Come join us to celebrate Easter and enjoy our buffet brunch from 11:30a.m.- 2:30p.m. at $65/pp.

Circo: 120 West 55th St. Join us for a festive Italian Easter Sunday! We will be open for lunch and dinner from 12pm – 10pm. Offering Easter special in addition to a la carte menu.

Petrossian – New York: 182 West 58th St. Petrossian is planning a Family Meal Menu for all ages to enjoy!

Tavern on the Green: I Tavern on The Green. Celebrate Easter in Central Park with our Easter Menus! Brunch: A 3-Course Prix-Fixe – $95 for adults, $55 kids. Dinner: A 3-Course Prix-Fixe – $125 for adults, $75 kids.


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:

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