The Wayfarer offers a front row view and a luxe brunch
by Rachel Barber | October 28, 2016 12:30 pm
If you usually enjoy the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade from your sofa, here’s an opportunity to see it from a whole new angle. The Wayfarer, an upscale American eatery in New York City, is offering a VIP brunch experience. The restaurant sits just under Central Park and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, offering an unparalleled view of the holiday festivities. The bright, posh space takes inspiration from the 1970s, blended with the classic look of 1800s New York.
Beginning at 7am on Thanksgiving Day, you can enjoy a gourmet breakfast and create customized drinks at the unlimited mimosa and bloody mary bars. Mix unique options like cold pressed green juice or spicy tomato juice and top with truffled grilled cheese or candied bacon. The bar offers 1,440 possible bloody mary combinations. In addition to the brunch, your ticket allows you access to a private outdoor section of the parade route, where you and your family can get a VIP view of the action. After the parade, The Wayfarer will re-open to the public where for a la carte Thanksgiving fare. Try the butter poached Maine lobster, roast turkey with vanilla bean sweet potatoes or butternut squash bisque with seared scallops and pine nut mousse.
Three tiers of tickets are available for the VIP parade viewing brunch, starting at $330. Get more information and buy tickets here.
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