The Best Easter Brunch

Peacock Alley at The Waldorf=Astoria in New York, one of our Top 10 Restaurants for Easter Brunch in the U.S.
Peacock Alley at The Waldorf=Astoria in New York, one of our Top 10 Restaurants for Easter Brunch in the U.S.

by Jeff Hoyt


If you haven’t made reservations for Easter Brunch yet, you’re running out of time. Consult our lists of the best Easter Brunch available in your area. We also feature the Top 10 Restaurants for Easter Brunch across the U.S. At many of these fine restaurants, you can make reservations for Sunday, April 8, with a few clicks on the GAYOT.com website.


If you’re invited to brunch at someone’s house, or hosting one of your own, consult our list of the Top 10 Brunch Wines. They’re good on Easter and year-round.


Our current issue of Tastes features other money-saving wine lists, including Top 10 Wines Under $10, Top 10 Wines Under $20, Top 10 Value Wines and Top 10 Cheap Champagnes that are true Champagnes from France. The newsletter is focused on value, since this is the month we have to do business with the IRS. GAYOT.com can save you money with its informative lists of Top 10 Value Cars, Top 10 Value Spas, and the Best Value Restaurants, Cheap Eats and other Meals on a Budget Near You. And if you want to laugh all the way to the bank, check out our picks for the Top 10 Movie Comedies of All Time!

Hawaii’s Best

Manele Bay on Lanai, one of our Top 10 Beaches in Hawaii
Manele Bay on Lanai, one of our Top 10 Beaches in Hawaii

2012 Hawaii Newsletter Published


by Jeff Hoyt


Sure, spring is starting to appear, but wouldn’t you rather be in Hawaii right now? Let us be your guide!


We just published our annual Hawaii Newsletter that can work as a blueprint for your island getaway. We proudly present the Top 10 Beaches in Hawaii, offering readers ten great spots from Maui to Molokai for surfing, swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing. The issue also boasts a perfect five-day itinerary for tackling the islands with kids. Besides this family-friendly guide, travelers can find savvy escapes such as Kauai Honeymoon, Hawaii’s Volcanoes, Hawaii 101 for first-time visitors and Historic Hawaii.

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St. Patrick’s Day Edition of the Tastes Newsletter

Boston boasts the oldest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the world
Boston boasts the oldest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the world

Go Green!


by Jeff Hoyt


When we encourage readers to go green, we usually steer them to our articles on eco-resorts and organic wines. But now we’re referring to our favorite unofficial holiday.


Last month, we celebrated St. Valentine. Tomorrow it’s St. Patrick’s turn. Because March 17 falls on a Saturday this year, you’ll have an entire weekend to party. Let GAYOT.com be your guide to the best parades, Irish beers, St. Patrick’s Day restaurants, and even the Top 10 Irish Pubs in the U.S. We published a newsletter today that should help you make the most of the weekend, and even answers the question, who exactly was St. Patrick?


Check out our special St. Patrick’s Day edition of the Tastes newsletter!

Subscribe to GAYOT.com’s 2012 Annual Restaurant Issue!

by Sophie Gayot


GAYOT.com brings you the latest restaurant news and reviews every day. But once a year, we compile the best of the best from coast to coast. Sign up now to receive the 2012 edition of our Annual Restaurant Issue, featuring the Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S., the Top 10 Steakhouses, Top 10 Romantic Restaurants and much more.


The highly-anticipated issue, which will also be available for the very first time as an iPhone app and touch-optimized iPad version, drops on March 28.

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The $100 Egg Roll

by Jeff Hoyt


How much would you spend for an egg roll? Chef Jack Lee has created what he calls The $100 Egg Roll, made with premium ingredients: Maine lobster tail, Alaska King Crab meat, summer black truffle, caviar and gold leaf. The Los Angeles-based private chef recently cooked a seven-course meal called “Beyond the Seven Seas,” which also featured his distinctive Chinese Art Scroll made of Chilean sea bass with rice noodle and scrolls made from asparagus.

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