So you successfully found the ideal bargains for your Easter attire, hat, suit, shoes, dress, etc. Now its time to search for another deal, a restaurant to enjoy an affordable Easter brunch with your family and friends. The Hudson Cafe of Harlem, is deemed the “Essence of Latin Cuisine” Located at 697 West 133rd St, this swanky restaurant has an affordable Easter brunch menu to die for! At $25 per person and $32 for parties of 10 or more, their pix fixe menu it to die for! Try some of their delicious entrees such as the crab cakes and eggs, or their succulent goat cheese ravioli Spanish fritatta while sipping on your choice of unlimited drinks. Sip and enjoy the sinful Hudson River Mimosa or the 12th Ave Red Sangria, either way you won’t go wrong while listening to live jazz. The Hudson Cafe also has outdoor seating and free valet parking. Easter brunch is served from 11am to 4pm, no reservations are needed. Bring the kids, because there is a kids brunch menu as well.
Billie’s Black located in lower Harlem has an affordable gourmet soul Easter brunch menu, priced at $10 to $20. Head over to 271 West 119th street to try their salmon cakes and catfish with their signature Cajun dipping sauce or their straight out of South Carolina mix of grits and mouth-watering shrimp. At dinner during the week there is live entertainment, however anything is possible during Easter brunch. There always delightful music being played at Billie’s Black to add to its trendy decor. Brunch is served from 11am to 4pm, no reservation is needed and there is plenty of off street parking.
Tosca Cafe restaurant bar and lounge located at 4038 East Tremont in the beautiful scenic Throggs Neck section of the Bronx, is Zagat rated, four stars, and was voted by the Village Voice as one of the 100 best Italian restaurants in the world. This old school Italian restaurant, with a modern decor offers an all you can eat Easter brunch with limited cocktails and a juice buffet. Brunch pre fixed at $25.99, for adults, $11.95 for children and $28.95 for parties of 12 or more allows you to indulge in a menu that rotates each week. The menu, features veggies, fruits, omelets, seafood and the chef’s selection of pasta, chicken breast and veal. Mama Mia! Reservations are needed for parties of 6 or more and there is free valet parking. P.S. if you can, head over to the lounge to their sushi bar, the sushi is exquisite! Brunch is served from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm.
A tasty Middle Eastern Easter brunch is interesting and desirable. Cafe Orlin, in the East Village, located on St Marks place, between 2nd and 1st avenue has a healthy brunch special that is served with fresh orange juice and cappuccino or tea is priced at $14.50. If the weather permits, sit outside in the patio area of this coffee house restaurant while you enjoy the brioche french toast with maple syrup or the eggs florentine with sauteed spinach, poached organic eggs and hollandaise. Bring your Nook or laptop, their wireless broadband is generous! Brunch is served until 4pm. Happy Easter all! enjoy your delicious cost effective brunch with family and friends wherever you choose to go. Keep in mind, inexpensive does not equate to less, it’s actually very smart.