March 20, 2024

Celebrate Easter & Passover in Midtown East

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The entire GCP family wishes you a happy and healthy Passover and Easter holidays. Embrace the joy by immersing yourself in the vibrant delights of Midtown East. Embark on a culinary adventure filled with Easter treats, Passover traditions, laughter, and delectable cuisine, ensuring a memorable holiday for you and your special somebunny. Stop by St. Patrick's Cathedral [5th Ave between 50th/51st Streets] this Easter to catch the NYC Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival from 10am - 4pm.  

 

And dont forget to join Tudor City Green [25 Tudor City Place] in their yearly Easter Egg Hunt, set to take place on Saturday, March 30th, from 11:00am to 11:30am.  Learn more here.

 

Midtown East businesses and institutions: do you have a celebratory dinner, a can't miss Easter or Passover activity, or something else that we're missing in our list below? Email us at info@gcpbid.org

 

Check out this selection of Easter and Passover items available for delivery from our Midtown East restaurants, florists, and food purveyors. Browse our interactive map for a more complete listing of area businesses. 


DINING SPECIALS

 

Make your reservations for Easter brunch at Ai Fiori [400 Fifth Avenue in The Langham NYC].

 

Celebrate Easter on the heated outdoor patio or main dining room at Benjamin Prime [23 East 40th Street]. They will be open from 12pm-10pm. View their Easter menu here.

 

Head over to Casa Limone [20 East 49th Street] this Easter's Day and indulge in their three-course pre-fixe Easter brunch menu to make your day extra special!

 

Stop by City Winery [Grand Central Terminal] for an exclusive Easter Brunch and enjoy half price Bellinis and Mimosas! Make a reservation here.  

 

Join Sinigual [640 Third Avenue] for a non-traditional Easter feast, featuring Mexican favorites like tacos, sizzling fajitas, tableside salads, margaritas and more. 


Sweet Treats

Shop the Easter and Passover Collections at Jacques Torres Chocolate [Grand Central Terminal, Lexington Passage – 929-427-0988].

 

Shop for your chocolate Easter bunnies, baskets, and more at Li-Lac Chocolates' [Grand Central Terminal, Grand Central Market]. View their Easter and Passover menus.

 

Join our friends at Maman NYC [230 Park Avenue – 646-449-0299] and order from their new spring pastry and beverage menu which includes their milk chocolate macadamia latte and apricot & cardamom earl grey tea latte. View their menu here.

 

From Spring Cupcake Assortment to a Bunny Bundle Sampler PackMagnolia Bakery [Grand Central Terminal, Lower-Level Dining Concourse – 212-682-3588] has all of your sweet needs covered this Easter's Day. View their spring menu here.

 

Stop by Neuhaus [42nd Street Passage, Grand Central Terminal – 212-972-3740] to browse their selection of fine Belgian chocolate.  View their Easter chocolate menu here.

 

Head to Zaro’s Family Bakery [Grand Central Terminal] to browse their selection of seasonal pies, cakes, cookies and other treats.


Provisions

Prepare for Passover by shopping the kosher wine selection at Central Cellars [Grand Central Terminal, Graybar Passage].

 

Celebrating at home? Pick up your Passover and Easter provisions at Ceriello Fine Foods [Grand Central Terminal, Grand Central Market]. View their Easter menu here.

 

Have Eli Zabar's Farm-to-Table and Bread & Pastry [Grand Central Terminal, Grand Central Market] cater your entire Passover or Easter meal


Flowers

Pick up a selection of beautiful spring flowers from one of Midtown East's florists, including Ariston Flowers [425 Lexington Avenue]Damselfly Flowers [Grand Central Terminal, Biltmore Room]Big Apple Florist [228 East 45th Street], and Alisan Florist [211 East 42nd Street].

 

Browse our interactive map for a full listing of neighborhood restaurants, shops, and more. 


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