Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Easter Brunch at The Wayfarer NYC

My new tradition of Easter brunch with the Milliners Guild is a fun time. My friend Ellen Christine is the President and is kind enough to invite me! The above photo shows the talented ladies who make the most amazing fashion accessories for your head (not my photo). 
The Milliners Guild, Inc is an organization of small millinery business owners and milliners who specialize in the design, production and promotion of handmade headwear. The group is committed to increasing the public profile of millinery as well as the public's awareness and interest in millinery products. 
We dined this year at The Wayfarer, which is located in the Quinn Hotel, where I stayed last year for the Easter holiday. It is a great spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Pink champagne is a must at Easter, don't you agree?  
Here are two of the lovely ladies with their amazing headpieces!  
Raw oysters were to die for!  
Burrata cheese (which is totally amazing) with prosciutto (Italian ham) was mouth watering  
Lobster burger and fries  
Colorado lamb burger with feta cheese and truffle fries  
Some folks did breakfast items, some did lunch which is why brunch is so popular in NYC! Everything was so amazing I cannot wait to go back again!  
Espresso is a nice way to end the brunch  
Chocolate hazelnut cake for dessert  
Creme brulee made with ricotta was really delish and not overly sweet 

If you are looking for a fine hat for a wedding or event, check out the talented ladies at the Milliners Guild NYC and if you are looking for amazing food in the city, visit The Wayfarer! I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter holiday!!

If you missed my post of the 2018 Easter Parade, you can still view it HERE.

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