Refinery Rooftop

Industrial-chic rooftop spot in the Refinery Hotel featuring cocktails, light fare & dramatic views.

With awe-inspiring views of the Manhattan skyline and Empire State Building, Refinery Rooftop is one of Midtown’s most dynamic spaces.

Top Brunch Restaurants

The Crooked Knife

The Crooked Knife offers a boozy brunch in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan for $42 on the weekends. The $42 price point includes any entree along with unlimited bloodies or mimosas. The weekend brunch fills up early so be sure to make your reservation early.  Crooked Knife also has a cozy brick-lined bar with …

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Buvette

The village has brunch! Another place situated in the ultra-desirable Village is Buvette. Unsurprisingly, Buvette is also a French place, so you may have to do your own pros and cons on which French brunch is the best because there are a lot to choose from. Buvette’s more famous dishes include the jambon cru, which …

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Agave

Buzzy Southwestern restaurant in the West Village known for its margaritas & all-you-can-drink boozy, bottomless brunch on the weekends. For $33 you get a choice of a meal and unlimited drinks (mimosa, wine, or frozen margaritas) for 2 hours.

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Buttermilk Channel

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Jacob’s Pickles

Come for the biscuit and stay for the pickles. Jacob’s Pickles is one of the most popular brunch spots in the city, and for a good reason. There’s nothing quite like the comfort of a Southern meal. Before you ask, they do make their own pickles. And they do fry them (and make a spicy …

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Banter

Another Australian inspired restaurant (See Five Leaves), has its home in the Village and gets in name from flirting, or just a really good conversation. Besides great food, Banter is also a great place to catch up with friends. We’re also fans of any place that is going to give us the portions we deserve, …

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Poco NYC

Poco – NYC

Poco’s world famous East Village brunch includes an entree and unlimited mimosas, bloodies, and sangria for $37 per person, cash only. Related Posts:PocoEZ Grill NYCHarry’s NYCVERSA NYC

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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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