Gaby Brasserie Française Delivers Classic Easter Brunch for All Ages in Midtown’s Theater District

Gaby Brasserie Française Delivers Classic Easter Brunch for All Ages in Midtown’s Theater DistrictAward-winning Executive Chef Sylvain Harribey, who won first place on Food Network’s Chopped, invites guests to Gaby Brasserie Française at the stylish Sofitel New York hotel for a classic Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 20.

Brunch in Gaby’s vibrant Art Deco setting will include a choice of appetizer and entrée, dessert, and Mimosa compliments of the chef. An Easter Kids’ Menu will also be available for Gaby’s younger brunchers.

The menu offers an appetizer choice of Mesclun Salad with shaved parmesan and black mission fig vinaigrette or Eggplant and Porcini Soup. Entrée selections include a choice of a Belgian Waffle with maple syrup and assorted fresh berries; Blueberry Pancakes; Savory French Toast served with ham and provolone cheese and an egg over easy; and Smoked Salmon Benedict with a side of marbled potatoes. Guests can also make their own omelet with a choice of fresh vegetables and cheese fillings. Chef Harribey’s signature Salmon Roulade stuffed with spinach, vegetable julienne and purple potatoes with beurre blanc and Duck Confit served with potato forestière and haricots verts are also available for a small supplement. For dessert, guests can indulge in a holiday treat of Easter Egg with a raspberry white chocolate mousse and fresh strawberries.

An Easter Kids’ Menu with a plate of delicious kid favorites including waffles with Nutella and whipped cream, pancakes, a croissant sandwich with scrambled eggs and ham, fresh fruit salad, and an Easter Egg with chocolate mousse will be served to Gaby’s 12-and-under guests.

Gaby Brasserie Française’s Easter Brunch will be available from 12 to 3 p.m. and is priced at $49 per person and $19 for children, exclusive of tax and gratuity. For reservations or more information visit

About Gaby Brasserie Française
Gaby is the outstanding brasserie and bar at Sofitel New York. Named for a Parisian model who found her milieu in 1920s New York, Gaby serves classic French cuisine by Executive Chef Sylvain Harribey, whose culinary achievements include winning the Food Network hit show Chopped. Its bar is the place to be seen and the place to enjoy both creative and classical cocktails, fine wines and champagne. Boasting an archetypal brasserie setting by Paris-based interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, Gaby has its own entrance on W. 45th Street. It offers continuous service from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. For reservations, call (212) 782-3091 or visit