Easter in NYC: 105 Eggs at 30 Rock (Part II)

Rockefeller Center is undoubtedly one of New York City’s most iconic attractions; a wave of tourists pack this colorful part of midtown Manhattan 365 days a year.  Ask any New Yorker when this flagpole heavy area of skyscrapers is its busiest, they will all tell you Christmastime.  The massively tall tree, the colorful lights, the lines of lucky tourists going to see Saturday Night Live all add to the merry madness of 30 Rockefeller Plaza.  Alas, there is another time of year that Rockefeller Center takes on a whole ‘nother kinda setting.  When the trees start to bare fruit, the days get slightly longer, and almost every storefront window is painted in yellow, pink, purple, and aqua from top to bottom.  That time is, without mistake, Easter!  And how does 30 Rock pay homage to this joyful time of Spring, rabbits, and rebirth?  Easter eggs, perhaps.  But since this is NYC, how about designer Easter eggs?!  Before you stands dozens and dozens of eggs worthy of Bunnymund’s paintbrush.  Now if only they could do one in honor of Reggie?!

And now for more of the most fashionable eggs in NYC!

Easter at 30 Rock: Revenge is a dish best served hard-boiled!

Easter at 30 Rock: Revenge is a dish best served hard-boiled!

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30 Rock Easter Egg: David Ling, architect

30 Rock Easter Egg: David Ling, architect

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One Response to Easter in NYC: 105 Eggs at 30 Rock (Part II)

  1. Alisoun Brewster says:

    Once again Jared–these eggs are beautiful—thanks for sharing!!! Such s treat! Happy Easter

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