Easter Dinner at Lincoln; Miracle Berry Cocktails

• In the spirit of March Madness, a handful of restaurants will offer discounted specials. A.G. Kitchen will serve mini cubano sandwiches for $10. Virgil’s Real Barbecue will offer $5 pints of Magic Hat #9 and Virgil’s Ale. Neely’s Barbecue Parlor will sell wings for just $1 a pop, and Amigos will offer six wings and a frozen margarita or a Negra Modelo for $12. March Madness indeed. [Grub Street]

Lincoln Ristorante will host a special Easter Sunday dinner on March 31. A four-course prix fixe menu will include Italian dishes like gnocchi with pesto and a whole roasted leg of lamb with artichokes and peas, plus pairings from an all-Italian wine list. [Grub Street]

Crown on the Upper East Side launched a bar menu, with dishes that include steak tartare, trout tartare, and a petite burger with shallot marmalade and béarnaise. All items are under $20. [Grub Street]

EN Japanese Brasserie will serve a Cherry Blossom menu from April 17 until May 12 to symbolize the beginning of spring. The menu features smoked sashimi, sumiso foie gras daikon, and wild sea eel over thin cherry blossom noodles, and is $105 a person. A sake pairing costs an additional $60. [Grub Street]

Serai at the Rubin Museum will debut “Miracle Berry” cocktails on Wednesday in honor of the museum’s new exhibit “Flip Side,” which showcases Tibetan artwork. There are two cocktails to mark the occasion: “Illusion” is made with vodka, pomegranate, and lime juice, while “Flip Side” is a concoction of whiskey, apple liqueur, and lime juice. It’s unclear if these cocktails will make you “flavor trip,” but it’s worth a shot. [Grub Street]

Easter Dinner at Lincoln; Miracle Berry Cocktails