The long-acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s very first seafood restaurant, The Fulton, is serving a three-course brunch menu including a variety of signature and seasonal dishes like tuna tartare, a Maine lobster soft scramble, and a warm rhubarb apple pie, for $128 per person.
Brunch is competitive in New York City any time of year, and interest ticks up even higher on holidays. On Easter Sunday in particular, which falls on April 9 this year, demand for mimosas, bloody Marys, eggs Benedict and all manner of pancakes soars higher than rooftop bars. It's a good time to plan ahead, is all, and these restaurants are receiving some of the best Easter brunch offerings in NYC this year.
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