I’m starting to get notices about Easter dinner on April 20 (and more) from restaurants, so I’ll add to this as new information arrives in my Inbox.
Added on March 31 – The Blue Point Grill is opening on Easter for the first time, at 1:00pm. (Best to reserve.)
Original Post of March 30-
At The Brothers Moon in Hopewell – Happy 13th Birthday to them! – the Mushroom Dinners are back, with five courses for $65.99; dates are April 16 and 30, and May 14 and 28. And on Easter, they’ll have prix fixe brunch 10:00am-2:00pm, three courses for $32.00, and à la carte dinner 4:00-8:00pm. Also check out their sidewalk service for Hopewell Cruise Night (April 25), and more special menus on Mother’s Day (May 11) and Father’s Day (June 15).
The Frog and The Peach in New Brunswick offers a Prix Fixe Three-Course menu on Easter from Noon until 7:00pm, $65 ($16 for kids). Additionally, on May 2, they are having an Italian wine dinner pairing wines from Dalla Terra Imports, Friday, May 2, 7:00pm, $115 including tax and tip. Chef/Owner Bruce Lefebvre’s menu sounds wonderful, packed with all the culinary delights of spring.
At elements in Princeton, celebrate Easter with brunch or dinner with a three course menu, at $69 per person and $39 for children 14 and under. Brunch starts at 11:00am, and dinner at 4:00pm. They’ll also have special menus for Mother’s and Father’s Day, you’ll see it all on their website.
Tre Piani, in Plainsboro’s Forrestal Village, will be open on Easter from 11:30am to 6:30pm, $59.00 per adult, $15.00 per child, and kids 4 and under eat for free. (A children’s menu will be available.)
Also at Tre Piani, Jim Weaver’s next Chef’s Dinner is on April 18 at 7:00pm. Spots are limited to the first 20 people who reserve, so email Jim now or call 609-452-1515 to be among them. I went to the first one and it was a lovely evening (my post is below) – a very nice group of people around the table, great food (of course!), and overall the perfect way to enjoy some Slow Food and get a little face time with Jim himself.