Sadelle's

Sadelle’s

Iconic brunch spot that’s located between the Village and Soho, Sadelle’s, is worth its weight in bagels. Sadelle’s has a history of making the news with their incredible breakfast options and perfectly prepared bagels. In fact, Sadelle’s was named the best bagel in New York by Grub Street in 2016. They were named the best french toast in 2017, and one of New York’s best new restaurants by the Infatuation in 2015.

What people come to Sadelle’s for is, of course, the bagels, but also the tower of salads, as in lobster, tuna, egg, and shrimp. There is also a selection of fish to choose from if you want your bagel paired with more than creamy cream cheese. There’s even a selection of caviar for the cultured bruncher within you. Eating a tower of bagels is everything you ever imagined for your perfect brunch, and if you haven’t, then you’ve been slacking on your daydreams.

Sadelle’s really has all the staples you’ll need for a satisfying brunch, complete with a bright and bustling décor. Feast on oysters, food prepared to your liking, and sticky buns, without ever giving a thought to pesky Monday.

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