Easter is a great family celebration in NY, whether you’re religious or not. Yet, some of us, whose family is away might spend it with friends, alone or with a date. If you chose to spend it with you loved one, know that there are plenty of things to do in the city for that occasion.

If you’re in for more than staying home, indulging a home-cooked brunch and spending a cozy time with your date, here are a few types of Easter you could spend.

The Foodie Easter 

Indulge in an Easter Brunch or Dinner at one of the many restaurants offering a menu for the occasion

Check this Open Table list to find them in the NY area.

Egg Benedict for Easter Brunch - Source- Wikipedia

Egg Benedict for Easter Brunch – Source- Wikipedia

The Romantic Easter 

Rejoice in an Easter Lunch or Dinner Cruise for the time of a mini getaway around the City.

On the Hornblower Cruise, get free-flowing simosas and live jazz band with your Easter Brunch.

The Artistic Easter 

Have fun at a low-key, local Easter Egg Dying Party while enjoying appetizers and wine.

In the same token, the Ukranian Museum also offers workshops that will teach you how to create beautiful egg designs following the batik-method.

Easter Ukrainian Easter eggs - Source - ChezChiara

Easter Ukrainian Easter eggs – Source – ChezChiara

The Fun Easter 

Have you heard about the Amazing New York Scavenger Hunt? This adult-only hunt is the biggest egg hunt of New York State. It will be a blast but not an easy one.

In this part-hunt/part-obstacle race event, you’ll have to solve puzzles, search for cues and find eggs all around the City. Here is a great deal from living social (including appetizers and drinks): https://www.livingsocial.com/events/1420438-ticket-package-for-easter-egg-scavenger-hunt

The Sexy Easter 

Perfect to end the day with sparks! Prepare yourself a basket filled with exciting items: Scented bubble bath gel, massage oils, fine chocolate, a bottle or your favorite wine or champagne, an intimate game, edible underwear, handcuffs and, to crown it all, sexy love notes.

The Casual Easter 

If you plan on strolling around New York, you can stop by and watch the Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival which will take place on 5th Ave. between 49 and 57th – between 10 and 4pm. Make some time to admire the very diverse and eclectic Easter costumes and Bonnets.

No matter the type of Ester Sunday you choose to experience, make sure you have an enjoyable time.  Remember… you are never too old to have fun!