Easter at Pelham’s: Easter doesn’t have to mean copious amounts of milk chocolate and those radioactive marshmallows known as peeps. Class things up by attending Easter at Pelham’s on March 31 where you’ll get to chow on a 4-course gourmet feast, featuring foie gras, rabbit (their version is dark, tender and livery) truffle lamb loin in port wine jus, and more.
688+15% for 4 courses (+200 for a glass of Champagne and wine pairing with three of the course) // 12-3pm lunch, 6-10:30pm dinner // Pelham’s // Waldorf Astoria, Heritage Building, Lobby Level 2 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu ( fr外滩华尔道夫酒店 中山东一路2号, 近广东路).
Easter Brunch at Boxing Cat: On March 31, both Boxing Cat Brewery locations are offering Easter fun for both adults and children. Executive Chef Sean Jorgensen is putting together a special menu of assorted breakfast treats, and hot and cold dishes, and there’ll be an Easter egg hunt afterwards. Reservations required, and there’s both early and late seating.
250RMB (50RMB for kids) // 11am-3pm (Easter egg hunt at 12pm sharp) // Boxing Cat Brewery // Sinan Mansions, Unit 26A, 519 Fuxing Zhong Lu, near Sinan Lu
(思南公馆, 复兴中路519号26A, 近思南路).
Easter Brunch at Andaz: Enjoy a scrumptious Easter spread at one of Shanghai’s most beloved brunch spots on March 31.
288RMB+15% (144RMB for children 6-12 years old) // 11:30am-3pm // Andaz // Level 1, Andaz Shanghai, 88 Songshan Lu, near Huaihai Zhong Lu, Huangpu district (上海市黄浦区嵩山路88号, 近淮海中路).
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].