Breakfast

Sarabeth’s Upper East Side

Sarabeth’s Upper East Side location made its debut in 1983 and has been known for its fresh and sumptuous menus ever since. Located near the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park, The Jewish Museum and 92nd Street Y, it’s where New York locals and visitors go for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the …

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abcV

abcV in Gramercy has a brunch menu for everyone, especially vegetarians, vegans, and wellness-loving folks. Inspiring a cultural shift towards plant-based dining through creative use of farm-to-table ingredients, the Jean Georges restaurant is known for its minimalist aesthetic and healthy fare. Interestingly enough, abcV is owned by abc carpet & home, which is on the …

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Sweet Chick – Lower East Side

On the Lower East Side, another NYC neighborhood known for its history of cool is Sweet Chick. Sweet Chick is recognized as one of the best restaurants in NYC, so just for that, it’s worth a try. They are most known for their chicken and waffles, which are especially good at Sweet Chick. Some other notable options include …

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Ted’s Bulletin DC

Known for its wholesome American food and its friendly, yet chic atmosphere, Ted’s Bulletin is a must-try brunch spot if you’re in central DC. Situated a stone’s throw from Capitol Hill, this spot could not be more conveniently located. On the menu, you’ll find a delicious, hearty all-day breakfast with everything from breakfast burritos to …

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Farmers & Distillers

At Farmers & Distillers, the variety and diversity of American culture and cuisine take center stage. Taking its inspiration from local farmers, history, and culture, the menu is always full of eclectic, meaningful dishes. Their commitment to serving up uncomplicated, authentic recipes made with food grown and produced in local farms has made Farmers & …

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Cafe Medi

Cafe Medi is interested in coastal cuisine. They take inspiration from France, Italy, and Spain — three countries that are always at odds on who’s cuisine is better. What a great idea to just implement all three. Especially at brunch.  The good news is, there’s a juice press on site. More good news is, because …

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Les Enfants de Bohème

In our opinion, everyone needs a French brunch once in a while. And yes, there have been a few French-inspired places on the list so far, but Les Enfants de Bohème is just as good. This French restaurant serves every meal, in addition to happy hour and cocktails, so you’re more than welcome to try …

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Jajaja Plantas Mexicana

A spot that serves Mexican that’s vegetarian and vegan — this is a brunch place fit for the hungry and lovers of vibrancy — both in aesthetics and their food. While it’s not so hard to find excellent vegan restaurants in a place like NYC, you still want to be eating the best of the …

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Sons of Essex

Highly rated for their stellar macaroni and cheese, Sons of Essex also has an excellent brunch menu, one of the best in NYC. It’s also one of the fabled NYC speakeasies, so at Sons of Essex, there are multitudes of fun to be had. The Sons of Essex’s rallying cry is to combine the classic …

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Dirty French

Since there has yet to be a French brunch option on this list, we give you Dirty French. If you like your breakfast sweet and loaded with freshly baked bread, then Dirty French is what you’ve been looking for. This brasserie promises chic French decor and food that will satisfy your European-inclined cravings.  Dirty French …

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