Brunch and Manhattan goes together like a perfectly executed Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich, or that amazing mix that you play on your way to that Long Island beach you love going to each summer. With that being said, the options for brunch here are endless, as so many of them offer delicious food and drink to lure you in after a long night of partying. So which ones do we recommend that you try? We have three options that we think you will love each and every weekend in the Big Apple.
Take a look at the options we think you should try. Eat, drink, be merry, and always leave a tip.
In this chicken-centric restaurant, you obviously can’t go wrong with any bird-focused dish including Le Coq Rico’s Poultry Burger with caramelized pineapple, chutney and seared foie gras, the perfect mixture of richness and sweetness to start off your day. For those in the mood for more traditional brunch dishes, both savory and sweet, try some of their other signature dishes like Soft Boiled Eggs with sliced black truffle and truffle butter soldiers or Cream & Cinnamon Brioche, a Westermann family recipe.
A West Village gem serving up modern twists on French classics. Try out their new Foie Gras Bagel with foie gras mousse and pickled ramps for an upscale bagel. If you’re in the mood for something a little less fancy, go for the Frittata Romana with broccoli rabe, red pepper, potatoes and pecorino. For those longing for sweets, the Sticky Bun with royal icing and thyme is just the treat you’ll want.
Urbanspace Vanderbilt & Broadway Bites
For those who are looking for a more casual, low-key brunch with ENDLESS options – Urbanspace is here to answer your prayers. Both Urbanspace Vanderbilt (45th Street & Vanderbilt Avenue, inside The Helmsley Building at 230 Park) and Broadway Bites (Greeley Square – Broadway, between 32nd and 33rd Street) have plenty of options to appease all brunchers. Options vary from burgers to tacos to ooey-gooey grilled cheese, we promise everyone will find something that satisfies their craving.