WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Embellish your best bonnet, grab your basket and hop on over to any of the following restaurants for an Easter Sunday meal where you can sit back and relax. A host of Westchester eateries are offering special holidays meals and prix fixe prices. What follows is a sampling. Reservations are going fast so call soon.
Alvin & Friends, New Rochelle: An all day Easter buffet is being offered from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. complete with live music and a prix fixe meal of $40. That includes a fee Mimosa, as well as brunch favorites such as beignets, chicken & waffles, eggs Benedict, and penne pasta with vegetables. Details: 14 Memorial Hwy., (914) 654-6549, www.alvinandfriendsrestaurant.com/ .
The Beehive, Armonk: More than 20 breakfast specials in addition to the already extensive brunch offerings usually available will be featured Easter Sunday, along with dinner specials later in the day. Details: 30 Old Rte 22, (914) 765-0688, www.beehive-restaurant.com/ .
Benjamin Steakhouse, White Plains: A special $65 prix fixe brunch includes an appetizer, entrée, choice of one side and dessert as well as tea or coffee. Expect appetizers such as mozzarella and tomatoes, Blue Point Oysters or spring pea soup along with entrees such as eggs Benjamin, juicy rack of lamb, Chilean Sea Bass, Rib Eye steak or veal chop. Details: 610 Hartsdale Rd., (914) 428-6868, www.benjaminsteakhouse.com/ .
Crabtree Kittle House, Chappaqua: An extensive prix fixe brunch buffet of $60 per adults, $30 per child is available Easter Sunday as is a four course prix fixe dinner for $70 per adult, $45 per child. Details: 11 Kittle Rd., (914) 666-8044, www.kittlehouse.com/ .
The Cookery, Dobbs Ferry: Dig into Easter pie -- just one of the holiday specials -- at The Cookery where brunch includes three not-so-small small plates, plus one dessert and one brunch cocktail, all for $35. Details: 39 Chestnut St., (914) 305-2336, www.thecookeryrestaurant.com/ .
Dubrovnik, New Rochelle: Enjoy Easter Croatian style with boiled ham, hard-boiled egg, asparagus and vinaigrette. Other dishes include Spring Soup (beef consume, with fresh peas and dumpling), marinated filet of branzino, Black Sepia risotto garnished with fresh spring asparagus, and Lamb under the Bell, a dish created in Dubrovnik's outdoor oven, using a large metal bell to cook. Details: 721 Main St., (914) 637-3777, www.dubrovnikny.com/ .
Emma's Ale House, White Plains: Expect a regular brunch menu with quintessential favorites such as house-made corned beef and hash, scramble sliders and steak and eggs. Details: 68 Gedney Way, (914) 683-3662, www.emmasalehouse.com/ .
NoMa Social, New Rochelle: Traditional Easter Sunday fare is on tap at NoMa Social, as is an appearance by the Easter Bunny. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a set fee of $38 per person for adults, $20 for children under 10. Details: 1 Radisson Plaza, (914) 576-4141, www.nomasocial.com/ .
The Parlor, Dobbs Ferry: Expect lots of pies -- that's pizza pies -- with brunch variations at this gourmet pizzeria, Chef Dave DiBari's take on Neapolitan pizza. A fan favorite is the "Eater Pie" made with hot and sweet sopressata, ricotta, basil and egg. Details: 14 Cedar St., (914) 478-8200, www.theparlordf.com/ .
WUJI, Scarsdale: A Dim Sum Sunday brunch will be served March 27 from noon to 4 p.m. featuring organic Chinese cuisine made with hormone free chicken, pasture-raised pork, grass-fed beef, wild-caught fish, cage-free chicken eggs, Chinatown noodles, and organic vegetables. Details: 2 Chase Rd., (914) 713-8811, www.wujirestaurant.com/ .
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