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Easter Brunch & Dinner in Manhattan

NewInManhattan Mar 15, 2008 06:20 PM

Any good recommendations for a good/nice Easter Bruch or Dinner? My 55 yr. old Dad and 17 yr. old Sister are visiting and I want to take them somewhere nice. Any ideas?

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    RGR Mar 15, 2008 07:39 PM

    If you're willing to go upscale and can get a reservation, Eleven Madison Park is wonderful for either brunch or dinner.


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      UES Mayor Mar 16, 2008 06:11 AM

      I think the Plaza in all its new splendor would be a perfect setting.

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      1. re: UES Mayor
        MMRuth Mar 16, 2008 07:10 AM

        Any word on how the food is?

        1. re: MMRuth
          Jane A. Mar 16, 2008 07:48 AM

          Got a really really bad review in the Post. Haven't noticed any others yet.

          1. re: Jane A.
            MMRuth Mar 16, 2008 07:57 AM

            Thanks. If you have a chance - can you link to the review for me? I did a lot of searching of their site, but am not so familiar with it and didn't find it.

            This is interesting about the Oak Room/Oak Bar - I did love having a drink at the Oak Bar - http://www.nypost.com/seven/02272008/...

      2. vanessanyc Mar 16, 2008 06:42 AM

        Sarabeth's is always a great idea for brunch (there are several locations in Manhattan so hopefully you can still get reservations). You must have a pumpkin muffin.
        I am taking my mother to Neptune's Room since we've been to Sarabeth's 100 times. www.neptuneroom.com
        Happy Easter!

        1. bethanyj Mar 16, 2008 08:02 AM

          I went to Perry St. this weekend for brunch and I had a great experience. The rest. is really modern and beautiful. On the weekends the have a prix fixed brunch that is amazing. I had a wonderful peekytoe crab salad and a chicken sandwich that was tasty and for dessert I had the white chocolate meringue yuzu sorbet with mint. Really impressive and delicious.

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