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After Midnight

Greeks break their Lenten fast at midnight on April 30, when Easter begins at these restaurants with traditional lamb, dyed eggs, and tsoureki, the braided Easter-egg bread.


1. Molyvos
The midnight five-course meal costs $60, including meze and magiritsa (lamb-offal soup with egg, lemon, and dill); Sunday’s Easter meal offers all the same dishes à la carte.
871 Seventh Ave., nr. 55th St.; 212-582-7500

2. Estiatorio Milos
At 6 P.M. Saturday, the kitchen crew starts spit-roasting seventeen lambs on the sidewalk, then parades them through the dining room at midnight; $85 prix fixe, Sunday à la carte.
125 W. 55th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-245-7400

3. Pylos
Traditional midnight meal costs $40, including house-made, Greek-inspired chocolate truffles.
128 E. 7th St., nr. Ave. A 212-473-0220


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