Your Guide to Easter in Union Square
From planning Sunday brunch to crafting and filling festive baskets, Union Square offers all the Easter essentials. Check out these locations to book a table, pick up desserts and have fun this holiday weekend.
Brunch + Dinner
Have an Easter a la Mexicana at Rosa Mexicano (9 East 18th Street). Celebrate Spring with Fresh Fish Primavera and drink Agua Fresca, the fruit flavored water traditional for Mexican Easter weekend festivals, all on the special Easter menu. Reserve.
Classic Italian dishes at the Florian Café (225 Park Avenue South) are perfect for bringing family together. Try brunch specials or dig in to Italian specialties like thin crust pizza and artisan pasta. Reserve.
Get your sweet tooth fix for adults and kids. Spring Bonbons from Gotham Bar and Grill (21 East 12th Street) fresh out of Executive Pastry Chef Ron Paprocki’s “Chocolate Lab” are perfect for the sophisticated host. Try the 2017 Collection flavors Cointreau-Caramel, Lemon-Olive Oil, New York State Honey and Strawberry-Yuzu. Pick them up, or have them delivered.
Dylan’s Candy Bar (33 Union Square West) has all the chocolates and sweets for Easter Eggs, baskets including personalized candy options.
The Eggstravaganza at Baked by Melissa (7 East 14th Street) offers three special cupcake flavors until April 16th. Try the limited-edition “Sugar Bunny” with sugar cookie dough and strawberry shortcake, or choose your own bundle for The Easter Basket.
Dazzle with Easter basket gifts, crafts and cards at Paper Source (75 Fifth Avenue). Find Easter themed stamps, stickers, frames, bunny ears and more.
Last but not least, brighten your Easter with fresh flowers and fresh produce from the Union Square Greenmarket in the park. The market is open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.