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Eat Chic: 25 BAZAAR-Approved Brunch Spots in NYC
"This is Southern comfort food in the heart of Tribeca, with a cosmopolitan twist. Splurge on freshly baked, buttery biscuits, tons of bacon and fantastic Bloody Marys."—Joyann King,Editorial Director
120 Hudson Street, bubbys.com.
"This spot is warm, chic and comforting, with fantastic food. It feels like you're being transported to a small French town, complete with waiters in breton stripes."—Kerry Pieri, Fashion & Features Director
284 W 12th Street, cafecluny.com.
"If you are an egg lover, this cute Soho spot is a must. It's rare to find a spot that seems to know exactly how you want to eat–but Egg Shop gets it right every time. From decadent, hangover-cure egg sandwiches to lighter 'cruisers' of egg bowls paired with simple and delicious toppings, this place knows how to do eggs right. Don't ignore the hot sauce on the table–it's magic."
—Carrie Goldberg, Travel & Weddings Editor
151 Elizabeth Street, eggshopnyc.com.
"On a little cobblestone street just east of Dumbo, Vinegar Hill House is Brooklyn's best kept secret. I go for the sourdough pancakes—plus the cozy decor in the winter and lush outdoor patio in the summer."—Olivia Fleming, Senior Features Editor
72 Hudson Avenue, vinegarhillhouse.com.
"I always visit Locanda Verde for the best brunch in my Tribeca neighborhood. I actually got married at Locanda, so I have a soft spot for the place. Plus, the lemon ricotta pancakes are a guilty pleasure not to be missed."—Joanna Hillman, Style Director
377 Greenwich St, Locanda Verde, locandeverda.com.
"This airy patio space sets up shop for a brunch that satisfies health nuts and decadent-craving foodies alike. From stellar pastries from the adjacent Loosie's Café, to hearty grain bowls with kale, quinoa and a soft egg, you can’t help but get in touch with nature amongst this dreamy setting that feels anywhere but New York–in the heart of NYC." —Lauren Sheffield, Assistant Editor
91 South 6th Street, Brooklyn, loosieskitchen.com.
"If you’re looking for brunch staples that are a little bit healthier, Little Park is the place to go. The food is always fresh and farm-grown, but you can still find deliciously fluffy pancakes and French Toast, not to mention amazing coffee."—Jenna Rosenstein, Senior Beauty Editor
85 West Broadway, littlepark.com.
"Situated in the hub of the Financial District, this historic eatery is the perfect spot for a lavish Saturday brunch. With its velvet booths, and glamorous light fixtures, you can't help but feel like you're dining in old-school New York as you sip on mimosas."—Lauren Sheffield, Assistant Editor
1 Hanover Square, harrysnyc.com.
"This is hands down my favorite spot in Manhattan—you can't go wrong with a single item on the menu. I like a sweet breakfast, so my go-to's are either the French toast or the organic pancakes." —Chrissy Rutherford, Senior Fashion Editor
156 East 2nd Street, supperrestaurant.com.
"Ever wonder where chefs and food writers go to brunch? It's Estela. Don't miss this tastemaker mainstay–it's airy, loft-like dining room is located directly above a Soho dive bar–but Ignacio Mattos and Thomas Carter’s restaurant that wows for dinner is doing just as innovative things for brunch. Don't go here for basic benedicts–expect dishes that make you think, partnered with a less is more attitude to cooking that feels more cool-kid than try-too-hard."—Carrie Goldberg, Travel & Weddings Editor
47 East Houston Street,estelanyc.com.
"A cozy and friendly restaurant with the most delicious food. Their brunch menu features a ton of incredible egg dishes, but I can never resist ordering the burger and fries. It's my absolute favorite."—Perri Tomkiewicz, Digital Designer
124 Bedford [email protected] N. 10th Street, allswellnyc.com.
"Trust–these are some of the best homemade bagels in the city."—Amanda Weiner, Accessories Director
463 W Broadway, sadelles.com.
"As the weather warms up and Sardine's floor to ceiling windows open, this is the best place in the West Village to people watch and enjoy an incredible brunch spread."—Cassie Anderson, Fashion Market Editor
183 West 10th Street, sardine.com.
"With a warm, bistro-like atmosphere and brunch items that range from sesame seed avocado toast to a 'Grandma's pancake' with ricotta, apples and mint, you'll want to spend your entire lazy Saturday curled up in one of their plush booths. The caesar salad with soft-boiled eggs is another can't-miss menu item."—Lauren Sheffield, Assistant Editor
9 Great Jones Street, acmenyc.com.
"I can order eggs, potatoes and bacon with the best of them, but sometimes you want something light and good for you to kick off the week. El Rey is the vegetarian spot in downtown Manhattan that non-vegetarian foodies flock to. The kale salad here is possibly one of the best things I've ever had. I would put that dressing on anything."—Carrie Goldberg, Weddings & Travel Editor
100 Stanton St,elreynyc.com.
"The brunch here is absolutely unbeatable. I like to sit at the chef's counter, order the Hudson Scramble, and soak in the weekend." —Cassie Anderson, Fashion Market Editor
"I take brunch very, very seriously. Peaches's granola-crusted french toast is, without a doubt, one of the best things I've ever eaten. Add a bloody mary and white cheddar grits (the more carbs the better) and you have a perfect meal."—Julie Kosin, Senior Social & Culture Editor
393 Lewis Avenue, Brooklyn, bcrestaurantgroup.com.
"When we’re not on a bagel run, my friends and I love brunching at this neighborhood spot for some Caribbean-American cuisine. The interior is chic and cozy, but there’s also a patio that’s perfect for outdoor dining when the weather’s nice. This place has your go-to benedicts, fresh fruit juices, and you can’t got wrong with the pork belly Brussels sprouts. But its strongest suit? The epic drink menu, hands down."—Erica Gonzales, Assistant Editor
195 Wyckoff Avenue, sallyroots.com.
"Whether you sit outside and enjoy some sangria alongside a shrimp frittata, or opt for an indoor setting amongst the colorful Mediterranean decor, this hotspot in the Meatpacking District is right under The High Line and down the street from The Whitney Museum, making it the perfect start to fuel up for a Saturday in the city. Order their signature chickpea crepes topped with avocado, and go hard on their green hot sauce–thank me later."—Lauren Sheffield, Assistant Editor
820 Washington Street,santinanyc.com.
"It's not hard to see why The Elk is favored by the blogger set (the inside decor is the perfect mix of rustic and chic), but the food and coffee is actually way better than the Instagram you'll get. I'm a big fan of their baked egg toast and cold brew coffee."—Lauren Fisher, Associate Editor
128 Charles Street, theelknyc.com.
"I grew up eating Jewish brunch each Sunday with my family and the traditional options on this menu remind me of home. More innovative takes, like the Super Heebster topped with whitefish and wasabi roe, are for the diner who's looking for something a bit exciting, with classic flavors. If you're going to eat bagels and lox on a Sunday and aren't doing takeout from Sables uptown, this is where you should be brunching."—Carrie Goldberg, Weddings & Travel Editor
179 E Houston Street, russanddaughters.com.
"I cannot rave about the gluten free pancakes enough, topped with almond butter and bananas and served in the chicest sun-drenched space. ABCV is a delicious veggie restaurant for even the most omnivorous among us."—Kerry Pieri, Fashion & Features Director
38 East 19th Street, abchome.com.
"Whether you're looking for A+ avocado toast, a big breakie or even a breakfast skillet, Dudley's is the perfect cozy LES spot. The colorful menu and the cool, Aussie vibe of the cafe make it an ideal spot to spend your Sunday morning."—Lauren Fisher, Associate Editor
85 Orchard Street, dudleysnyc.com.
"Not only do you feel like you're in a garden escape through the entirety of your meal, but you can also sit on the adorable roof for pre or post brunch drinks. The banana stuffed french toast is a go-to."—Lauren Sheffield, Assistant Editor
135 N 5th Street, Brooklyn, juliettewilliamsburg.com.
"Sotto 13 is a chic little hole-in-the-wall spot in the West Village. Perfect for a brunch date with your friends, they have the best boozy family-style brunch and a DIY Prosecco bar that's amazing.
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