The Upper East Side restaurant that took over Elaine's — the one-time stamping grounds of celebrities and writers like Woody Allen and Gay Talese — has rolled out a prix-fixe special that pays homage to its famous address. For $17.03, diners get one entree of their choice, plus a cocktail or craft beer. Select from brunch favorites such as eggs benedict on homemade biscuits, cured salmon with everything-spiced bread or a burger topped with bacon-onion jam. A second new offering lets brunch-goers craft cocktails right at their table. For an additional $25, they'll receive a bottle of Crémant De Loire bubbly, along with carafes of orange juice and peach puree so they can mix mimosas and bellinis throughout their meal.
1703 Second Ave.; 212-335-0075