Best Places to go for Easter in Westchester

by Katie Schlientz

Is this year flying by, or is it just me? A few weeks ago, it was March 1st, and now we’re quickly approaching Easter Sunday. If you haven’t made your reservations yet, here’s a quick roundup of some of the best places to go for Easter in Westchester:

farmer and the fish

For the kiddos:

Celebrating Easter Sunday with younger children in tow? Check out Farmer & The Fish’s brunch, running from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ($59 per adult; $35 per child). Parents can feast on the raw bar—including Cape Cod oysters, Florida shrimp and crab claws—while the young ones hunt for Easter eggs on the farm (hunt starts at 12:30). There are lots of goodies to go around for both the young and young at heart! Call ahead of time to make reservations.
{Farmer & The Fish: 100 Titicus Rd., North Salem, 914-617-8380,}

fig and olive

Brunch with a Bunch:

Scarsdale’s Fig & Olive offers a three-course brunch for $40 per person. The eatery’s larger dining room, prix fixe menu, and easy parking make it the perfect place to dine with a group on the larger side. Think the fig gorgonzola tartlet and provence roasted chicken, to everything in between. Upgrade the flavor and order a round of their signature crostinis to share for the table (not included on the prix fixe).
{Fig & Olive: 696 White Plains Rd., Scarsdale, 914-725-2900,}

Moderne Barn Armonk

A La Carte Brunch:

Chef Ethan Kostbar created a menu of brunch specials at Armonk’s Moderne Barn, but diner beware—it will be hard to choose between the chocolate hazelnut and banana stuffed French toast ($14) and the Mediterranean omelet with prosciutto, spinach, baby artichokes and fresh mozzarella ($15). Brunch runs 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; the regular dinner menu is available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dinner specials are also available.
{Moderne Barn: 430 Bedford Rd., Armonk, 914-730-0001,}

benjamin steakhouse

Traditional Favorite:

If you think Easter, and immediately your mouth waters for lamb, make your reservations at Benjamin Steakhouse. Rack of lamb is included on their prix fixe menu ($54.95 per person), as well as spring pea soup, Chiliean sea bass, rib eye steak and a variety of their desserts.
{Benjamin Steakhouse: 610 Hartsdale Rd., Hartsdale, 914-428-6868,}

Easter Lunch:

Breaking tradition, and looking to celebrate a little bit differently this year? Check out Sonora‘s lunch menu, running from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The three-course menu ($30 per person) has Latin favorites like duck confit empanadas, ceviche, pan seared branzino and paella.
{Sonora Restaurant: 179 Rectory St., Port Chester, 914-933-0200,}

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