The days of abstinence will be behind us in a month’s time, with the arrival of Easter Sunday. Many go out in the gardens and parks with a picnic to celebrate while some of us hear our call of decadence and luxury like that of duty. Private dining has taken the world by storm and is a trend that may last for a long time. Of course you can be a part of all the revelry in the public space too, but if you are the kind who enjoys the fun in the company and space of your own, we have some of the most hip and luxurious private dining restaurants to celebrate Easter if you are living or visiting the United States.
Top of the Hub, Boston
Known to be the cerebral and cultural seat of the United States, Boston too can offer one of those giddy experiences in dining much like its contemporary New York. Perched atop 52 stories above the Back Bay is a notable restaurant that is most talked about for its panoramic view. The coveted view of Boston’s skyline doesn’t rob it from the tasteful art of cuisine and this perfect blend of location and culinary craft has been rewarding the restaurant with many an accolades and distinctive guests. Executive Chef, Mark Porcaro is the creative fountain gurgling with many award winning recipes for Top of The Hub. His take on the American cuisine creates the most refined experiences to offer a competitive edge to culinary horizon of the East Coast. The restaurant has been known for hosting many private functions and luncheons of varied stature, but for an intimate one look no further if you are in New England as you possibly couldn’t get more memorable a venue than this. High above the city when you rejoice the end of all the eschewing to begin a fructitious season with your closest ones this venue does justice to that scene. The Easter Sunday Brunch menu is but only second to the festive one in winter with all the trappings of a spring festive celebration. A four course brunch menu is prix- fixe priced at $67 for adults and $30 for children under 12 years of ago. You can request your private seating ahead of time as would be most suitable for the occasion.
For table reservations and further information please visit Top of The Hub Boston, Massachusetts.
The Lafayette at The Hay Adams, Washington D.C
Epicenter of the world’s power tectonic plates, Washington D.C boasts of many high-end hotels with les exclusive dining venue. This is one city where close door brunch will not be unusual going by the competitive and secretive aura of the city. But then even the most powerful lot wish for some non challant family time and it won’t get any better than by celebrating Easter. The Hay Adams Hotel has a coveted space looking right into the lush lawns of The White House and Pennsylvania Avenue. Inevitably, as proximity favours it, the who’s who of the head of states and world diplomats stay and dine at The Hay Adams. Obviously if you are in D.C and haven’t yet dined here now would be a good time to start. The Lafayette is a chic and elegant fine dining restaurant that seems to be flooded with natural light and the best view of Lafayette Square and the large white mansion. Senior Executive Sous Chef, Jaime Montes de Oca who leads the team at Lafayette has lined up the best brunch spread with seafood assortments, variety of egg and bacon dishes and the traditional Easter dishes too. The private dining space is separated from the regular dining space by a glass door which gives you a feeling of having your own bay window framed dining room to yourself. For table reservations and further information please visit The Lafayette at The Hay Adams , Washington D.C
Mansion Restaurant at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Dallas
On the upscale Turtle Creek Boulevard, is an multi award winning restaurant known to Dallas over 30 years of fine dining. True to its texan style, the cuisine at The Mansion is well crafted from fresh order of local produce enhancing its authentic flavours. Chef Bruno Davaillon is the chieftain behind this culinary gem of Texas. He has taken the long standing tradition of The Mansion at Rosewood Hotel further ahead making it one of Dallas’ valued offering. Influences of the french cuisine are evident but its magic is in the simplicity as in the case of all fine things. The restaurant has an intimate dining room as well as a Garden Room that has a picturesque view of the the outdoors. Take your pick for a private dining space as every nook in this restaurant is worth the celebration. Easter Sunday brunch will see the Mansion offering something special from amuse bouche to the main course complete with every traditional and contemporary dish on the buffet. The pastry chef, Nicolas Blouin has plans to turn the eschewing from lent upside down with an array of desserts on menu. For table reservations and further information please visit Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Dallas, Texas.
Elway’s at The Ritz Carlton, Denver
Named after the Denver Bronco quarterback and NFL Hall of Fame inductee – John Elway, The Ritz-Carlton’s signature restaurant ELWAY’s has not only a reputation for being Denver’s finest dining space but it has four private dining rooms for special celebrations. For the one’s with discerning taste in culinary experience we couldn’t have chosen a better venue to celebrate Easter Sunday with family or friends. It is known for its steaks and seafood but more so for hand-cut aged USDA prime steaks which is include on the Easter Brunch menu along with other oceanic delicacies. The seating in the private dining areas can accommodate upto 50 guests. Guests over 21 will be happily welcomed with a glass of Mimosa to toast the celebration. For table reservations and further information please visit Elway’s at The Ritz – Carlton Denver, Colorado