Sugar and Plumm, Manhattan’s of-the-moment whimsical Upper West Side restaurant, made a splash a few months ago when it opened to rave reviews and celebrity sightings, and catered Fashion Week after-parties and events all season long.
The restaurant, with its candy-colored aesthetic and signature purple style, is a destination for milkshake lovers, comfort food cravers, and an all-around amazing boozy brunch. And while people come for the fantastic fare, it’s the dessert and sweets they are buzzing about when they leave.
The store has a slew of Easter and Passover treats for the holidays. Their newest creation, a $1,000 Easter egg, is just one of the treats we’re drooling over (seriously, just look at the sundaes) from the restaurant’s bakery and chocolate shop.
The Easter-themed treat is crafted by Sugar and Plumm’s master French chocolatier, Thierry Atlan, and is made from chocolate and marzipan flowers. It's almost 3 feet tall, weighs 22 pounds, and is made of dark, milk, and white chocolate. The masterpiece took 30 hours to make!
This would make for a killer egg hunt prize — agreed? Head over to Sugar and Plumm on the Upper West Side and visit its newest location in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood on Bleecker Street when it opens March 28.
For more on Easter, Check out The Daily Meal's Guide here.