Sunday 20th August 2017,

Rise and shine, and dig in to New York City’s delectable brunch spots. Whether you’re a chicken-fried-waffle snob or you fancy an all-you-can-drink mimosa menu, brunch is a serious fact of life in NYC. It’s one of the best meals of the week, and there’s no better way to end the weekend than with brunch plans. So leave the home-cooking for next week, go to a new restaurant you’ve wanted to try, and make your extended stay in NYC brunch a memorable one. Need some ideas? Look no further.

 

Café Mogador, 101 St Marks Pl.

Café Mogador is an East Village eatery (with another location in Williamsburg) is known for its Moroccan-inspired dishes and Mediterranean artwork and atmosphere. The charming café offers mainly egg-based dishes, and they’re all spectacular and—of course—flecked with Moroccan spice.

 

The Smile, 26 Bond St.

If a restaurant’s atmosphere is just as important to you as the menu is, then The Smile will be your go-to brunch spot. This adorable restaurant offers a brunch menu full of fresh plates and sandwiches with delicious sides. And if the night before wasn’t enough, The Smile’s brunch cocktails feature ingredients like house-infused grapefruit vodka, house made lemonade, and fresh basil, just to name a few.

 

Fresh Salt, 146 Beekman St.

For a quaint brunch spot with a local vibe, Fresh Salt is the place to go for brunch downtown.  Fresh Salt lives in an old fish market building, and the restaurant offers a cozy and quiet space to catch up with friends over brunch. The menu offers classic breakfast dishes, such as pancakes, eggs any style, quiche, and more. Plus, you can’t beat this restaurant’s location.

 

Harry’s Café and Steak, 1 Hanover Sq.

Harry’s Café and Steak is like the king of boozy brunch spots in NYC. The restaurant offers an unlimited champagne brunch menu and a brunch prix-fixe menu for a serious Sunday funday. Along with the flowing champagne, its brunch specials include duck and mushroom hash, cornflake and coconut crusted French toast, and other mouthwatering entrees. You just can’t go wrong.

 

Southern Hospitality, 645 9th Ave.

During your extended stay in NYC, play tourist for a day and visit Justin Timberlake’s restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen. Southern Hospitality offers mouthwatering comfort food, such as smoke pit huevos rancheros, biscuits and gravy, and smoked brisket hash. Even better—Southern Hospitality does a bottomless mimosas/bellini deal. Cheers to that!

 

Sarabeth’s, 1295 Madison Ave.

Adorable with a tasty menu, Sarabeth’s offers a delicious brunch menu full of fruit-inspired dishes and a wide selection of egg and omelette entrees. This sweet spot has been around since 1983, and is in a great location for nice weekend strolls after eating.

 

Diablo Royale, 189 W 10th St #1

Two words: Breakfast tacos. This West Village favorite offers a killer Mexican brunch with a lot of cheese, avocado, roasted salsa, and other Tex-Mex flavors. Along with breakfast tacos, Diablo Royale’s brunch menu features a wide range of brunch favorites with a Mexican twist. And if you’re looking for a deal, this spot offers a $25 brunch special.

 

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