Make a special meal part of your Easter Sunday celebrations at some of the city’s best restaurants.
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Sure veggies are nice, but sometimes meat can’t be beat.
The Midtown East restaurant effortlessly pairs comfort with elegance.
Visiting New York City can feel like home at this time of the year in one of these cozy, classic and creative restaurants—many of which will serve special seasonal delights on November 27, as well as a few international twists on traditional favorites.
New Yorkers like to dine out and the holidays are no exception. If you want to save the cooking for another day, check out one of the many restaurants open on Thanksgiving—serving up traditional festive fare and creative specialties.
New York City steak houses are legendary, and one of my favorites is Benjamin Steakhouse in Midtown East. I had the opportunity to dine at the restaurant for a work event last year, and the establishment exudes “Old New York” as soon as you enter.
Benjamin Steakhouse’s Benjamin Prelvukaj proves a master of the surf and turf by opening a seafood-based restaurant, The Seafire Grill. Prelvukaj has already made a name for himself with his two steakhouses. For his new eatery, he brings in seasoned seafood Chef Richard Pims, known for his proficiency with fish at notable spots like RM Seafood and Blue Fin.