Easter Eggstravagance

This year, Easter in NYC promises fun for the whole family. Just one block off Fifth Avenue, The New York Palace is the perfect spot to serve as your holiday home away from home.

Roam the city as you participate in the fanciest Faberge egg hunt you’ll ever see! Delight in eggs made from every material imaginable from New York City street signs to lush layers of silk. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled as you take in the sites. The egg hunt is city wide and these unique Easter eggs pop up in the most surprising places!

The Easter entertainment continues just one block away from The New York Palace. Fashion the finest Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it and join the crowd on Fifth Avenue for the New York Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival. Enjoy this New York City Easter tradition from the sidewalk, or breakout your bonnet and join the parade. Whatever you choose, this celebration promises Easter fun for the entire family.

After the parade, settle in for an exceptional Easter buffet at Villard Michel Richard. Experience the grand interior the historic Villard Mansion as you sample holiday favorites and other unique treats.  Begin your meal with a bowl of creamy lobster bisque before you indulge in rich roast rack of lamb with garlic lamb jus or savor seared salmon in celery sauce. It wouldn’t be an Easter celebration without a sweet treat and Pomme Palais’ Easter Box is sure to excite! Surprise someone special with this fun take on the traditional Easter basket. Each box includes gourmet assorted chocolates, including an oversized chocolate egg house-made jelly beans, ceramic travel mug and is topped off with a plush stuffed animal- the perfect Easter treat.

An eggscellent Easter begins at The New York Palace, enjoy family fun at the heart of the festivities.

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