The Shops at Columbus

10 Columbus Circle • New York City, NY 10019 • 212-823-6300

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Easter decadence: Dining at The Shops at Columbus Circle!

Easter is just around the corner and The Shops at Columbus Circle has found some bright new treats for the spring season.

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Sweet Easter treats from Sugarfina

It’s easy to find chocolate around Easter, but when there are so many different kinds it’s understandably hard to pick a favorite. So why not steal an idea from your local sushi place: the bento box!

Start by designing a box with foil and pastel colors. Pick out some favorite Sugarfina sweets, arrange them in the compartments, and serve accordingly!

The Spring Sweets four-piece bento box is a beautiful gold and pastel design and comes packed with fluffy bunnies, robin’s-egg caramels, apple frogs, and the traditional milk chocolate marshmallow eggs. For a smaller treat, try the Spring Sweets two-piece bento box with Sugarfina’s most popular spring candies.

These bento boxes make great hostess gifts and party plates, and kids will love them as Easter treats.

Two-piece boxes are $18 and four-piece boxes are $34. Spend more than $50 at any Sugarfina Boutique between March 18th and March 27th and receive a limited edition cube of bunny candies!

Beautiful spring baking at Bouchon

Bouchon Café is bringing in a prix-fixe Easter menu at the café, for $25. Diners can indulge in a multi-course dinner ranging from rabbit to lamb with a luscious carrot cake for dessert, decorated with raisin coulis and candied walnuts.

For lighter, sweeter tastes, mainstays like their artfully decorated shortbread cookies are just the thing! Or, try a carton of six marshmallow eggs in raspberry, lemon, or vanilla bean flavors. For chocolate lovers, the shelves will be filled with milk and dark, filled and unfilled, and every other type of Easter treat.

Brunch at A Voce

Drop by A Voce on the third floor for a succulent three-course brunch on Easter Sunday. Start with eggs and white corn polenta, then add Pacherri lamb ragu or veal tenderloin with spring vegetables. For a sweeter treat, try the almond French toast with spring-time fruits and a chocolate sauce.

Brunch will be served from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, and is $68 per person, and there’s a kid’s menu (for those under 10) for $38.

A Voce’s regular menu returns for dinner at 5:00 pm and the café is open until 10:00 pm. Call 212-823-2523 to make a reservation.

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