Brunch is not just a meal, it’s an event. That’s why Eater NYC has put together the ultimate guide to brunch spots in the city. Whether you’re looking for classic eggs Benedict or something more avant-garde, this guide has got you covered.
One of the top picks in the guide is Sadelle’s, a stylish bakery and restaurant in SoHo. Its famous bagels and smoked fish are a must-try, and the atmosphere is chic but comfortable. The brunch menu also features egg dishes, pastries, and salads.
For a more laid-back vibe, head to Russ & Daughters Cafe on the Lower East Side. This iconic appetizing store has been a New York City staple since 1914, and its new cafe serves up classic brunch dishes like lox and bagels, latkes, and challah French toast.
If you’re in the mood for something out of the ordinary, check out Sunday in Brooklyn in Williamsburg. This airy, industrial space serves up creative and innovative dishes like smoked tomato and lentil soup with goat cheese dumplings, or malted pancakes with hazelnut maple praline and brown butter.
Those looking for a seafood-focused brunch should head to Maison Premiere in Williamsburg. This oyster and cocktail bar offers a prix fixe brunch menu that includes items like crab cakes, shrimp and grits, and oysters Rockefeller.
And for a true indulgence, check out the Bottomless Brunch at Root & Bone in the East Village. For just $29, guests can enjoy unlimited mimosas or Bloody Marys alongside classic Southern dishes like fried chicken and waffles, biscuits and gravy, and mac and cheese.
With so many options, Eater NYC’s Ultimate Guide to Brunch Spots is a must-read for anyone looking to elevate their weekend brunch game in the city.