10 Delicious Dining Options for Easter Sunday
Both brunch and dinner spots across the county are bringing top-notch, mouth-watering menus for this coming Sunday.
Moderne Barn’s eggs benedict
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What's your ideal Easter brunch? What about dinner? No matter your taste, whether that be upscale Italian or Southern comfort food, the county has plenty of Easter dining options to satisfy you this coming Sunday.
On Sunday, Moderne Barn will serve its dinner menu all day long, from 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Plus, Executive Chef Ethan Kostbar will be rolling out a special Brunch menu including lobster bisque with Maine lobster, croutons and tarragon; stuffed French toast with chocolate hazelnut, caramelized bananas, lemon butter, and toasted hazelnuts; and lamb schnitzel made with kumato tomatoes, Kalamata olive, cucumbers, red onions, baby arugula, Greek feta cheese and red wine oregano vinaigrette. Check out the full menu here.
430 Bedford Road, Armonk; 914.730.0001 www.modernebarn.com
La Bocca Ristorante
The White Plains Italian eatery will be hosting an Easter buffet-style meal from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. this coming Sunday. While their regular menu is available by request, their specially-curated brunch includes mouth-watering classic dishes like homemade lasagna, chicken scarpariello, eggplant Parmigiana, roasted porchetta, prime rib, roasted leg of lamb, and shrimp scampi. The meal, $49.95 for adults and $24.95 for children, also includes fruit and Easter pie.
8 Church St, White Plains; 914.948.3281; www.laboccaristorante.com
Benjamin Steakhouse offers a $65 prix fixe Easter meal at 11 a.m. The menu includes a choice of appetizer, entrée, one traditional steakhouse side, and dessert with tea or coffee. A similar prix fixe will also be available at dinner.
610 Hartsdale Rd, White Plains; 914.428.6868; www.benjaminsteakhouse.com
A rack of lamb from Benjamin Steakhouse.
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Monteverde at Oldstone
The historic Cortlandt Manor restaurant will be hosting a table side brunch buffet this Sunday with unlimited mimosas and Bellinis. There will be two seatings, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., charging $65 for adults and $25 for children under 12. The special menu includes French-inspired cuisine such as a wild mushroom crepe, smoked salmon with lemon cream, and pulled port with polenta.
28 Bear Mountain Bridge Road Cortlandt Manor; 914.737.6500; www.monteverdeatoldstone.com
Equus Restaurant will present a sophisticated buffet style celebration for Easter. The buffet will consist of an array of amazing cuisine, designed by Chef Foster Lukas. The Easter brunch buffet will run from from 11 p.m. to 7 p.m. for $75 per person and $35 for children under 12 (children under 4 years will not be charged). The menu is stacked with artisanal options, like freshly sliced Scottish smoked salmon with bagels and cream cheese, a Charcuterie board, carving station with Atlantic salmon, roast chicken breast, and honey-glazed Fluer de Lys ham, and more.
400 Benedict Ave, Tarrytown; 914.631.3646; castlehotelandspa.com/attraction/equus-restaurant
The Cabin Restaurant
The Cabin is bringing a few can’t-miss Easter specials to their tables this coming Sunday, including a 14 oz. prime rib, half roasted duck a l’orange, leg of lamb, and a Virginia ham with raisin gravy, all served with mashed potatoes and green beans. These specials are in addition to The Cabin’s regular menu.
1172 Knollwood Rd, White Plains; 914.592.6682; www.cabinrestaurantny.com
Chef Matthew Karp’s Larchmont eatery is having both brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday. The prix fixe menu brunch menu includes a Bloody Mary or mimosa as well as complimentary sticky buns. Be prepared to expand your horizons with options like Bottomless BBQ, short rib tacos, or even some blueberry buttermilk pancakes. Brunch seatings ($45 for adults and $15 for kids) are from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Dinner starts at 4:30 p.m.
121 Myrtle Boulevard, Larchmont; 914.834.1244; platesonthepark.com
As far as Chef Michael Psilakis and his restaurants are concerned, Sunday April 16th is the best of both worlds. Greek Easter also falls on the same day, and as such MP Taverna will be featuring a lamb- and- ham-off. Additionally, they will have a roasted pig platter and a roasted lamb platter with traditional Greek lemon potatoes and a fricasee of Spring artichokes, peas, and dill. MP Taverna’s regular brunch and dinner menu will also be available.
1 Bridge St, Irvington; 914.231.7854; michaelpsilakis.com/mp-taverna/mp-taverna-irvington
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Crabtree’s Kittle House
Crabtree’s Kittle House will serve an extensive three-course, prix fixe dinner for $70, including first-course options like fresh herb gnocchi and fried baby artichokes, second courses including shrimp and grits, braised Colorado lamb shank, or roast filet mignon, and an array of warm third-course desserts.
11 Kittle Rd, Chappaqua (914) 666-8044; www.kittlehouse.com
The classy steakhouse and piano bar will serve up an Easter brunch menu for $35, featuring a choice of appetizer, like grilled calamari salad or fried meat balls with sausage and caramelized onions; a choice of entrée, including options like a wild mushroom, peppers, and onion omelet, a breakfast burger with sunny side egg, and grilled 10 oz. New York strip steak; and a selection of assorted desserts and teas.
142 Fifth Avenue, Pelham; 914.222.5494; www.jordanhall10803.com