Dinner

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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Beauty & Essex

For an elegant brunch day out, Beauty & Essex can give you the sweet and the savory you’ve been craving. Beauty & Essex is owned by the Tao Group, which owns restaurants in other major cities on the West Coast, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Even in its decor, Beauty & Essex is a little …

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Dante

The breakfast dishes, sourdough flatbreads, hazelnut granola, and Italian restaurant sandwiches – does that impress you and want to visit the place for the exciting brunch session? Head over to Dante right away. It has been adjudged as the top 16 among the 50 best bars in the world. It has a history spanning over a …

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25 NYC Restaurants to Have a Romantic Intimate Dinner

You made it through the anxiety inducing first date and was swept away in the glorious honeymoon stage. Congratulations! So how do you keep the romance going? Brunch in NYC is always a safe bet, but if you really want to turn on the romance, make a reservation at the most romantic restaurants in NYC. Dine with a view …

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LIC Market

Going in a completely different direction, LIC Market is known for its farm-to-table recipes and reputation. And now that Amazon won’t be coming to Long Island City, we can still bask in the glory of the neighborhood’s incredible food scene. Not only is the food, which includes a duck hash with dried cherries, short rib, …

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Narcissa

The new American restaurant located just at The Standard at East Village, Narcissa offers you a rotational menu. You also have access to a private dining room in addition to the main dining hall. The menu includes Seasonal, farm-to-table dayside bites like the duck hash and lobster scramble that is available at $20. You also have …

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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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Root & Bone

Root & Bone is a hip, elegant brunch spot with a flair for presentation. Thriving on hospitality and ethically sourced food, Root & Bone’s rustic charm goes beyond the food. If we’re speaking about the food at Root & Bone; however, then we need to discuss how often the menu changes. That’s something we love …

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Red Rooster

Who didn’t know this was coming? Red Rooster, and the restaurant’s chef, Marcus Samuelsson, are an institution in cuisine. The famous Harlem eatery is also open for brunch (if you can get in, be aware that they don’t take reservations on Sundays). Like the global combination of cultures that Red Rooster compiles in its lunch …

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Cookshop

If you haven’t yet been to the Highline, you should go at least once. The view is spectacular, and there are a huge number of restaurants to choose from. If you’ve decided you’ll do brunch at the Highline, start with Cookshop. This is a supremely popular brunch in NYC, so do your best to plan …

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