Waking up a little later during a trip should not always be considered heresy. Because we need to be well rested to explore the destination for the rest of the day. For this reason, the to brush has become an increasingly common meal.
Being served between breakfast and lunch, it it is perfect for those who want to enjoy a complete meal without worrying too much about what to order. In New York, for example, the dishes served by the restaurants are all very similar and satisfy your hunger very well.
Serving brunch from 11 am until 2:30 pm, the Ferris it’s pure charm. The ambience of the place is decorated mainly with wood, and the lighting is given by a few spots of light that make the atmosphere more cozy.
Regarding food, everything is freshly prepared and served with great care. The dishes have Japanese influences, such as a small piece of wagyu served with vegetables, egg and onion pickles. The menu is divided between an “almost breakfast” and an “almost lunch”, and the dishes in this second part are a little more elaborate.
The Wild Son
With super cute decor and industrial style furniture, the The wild son it is one of the most adorable corners of the city. As they occupy a small space, they have to wait a little longer depending on the day of the week. That is, schedule to go to the place early.
In addition to six sandwich options, the place also serves pancakes, salads, burratas and other types of dishes served in bolws. Anyone who wants to see the full menu can take a look at the local their.
Among all the places in this post, the Coins perhaps it is the simplest. However, this does not decrease the quality of the meals. The portions served there are ideally sized for one person, so don’t think about sharing the dishes.
Their menu is not as varied as that of other places, but the few options are enough for someone who wants to enjoy a good brunch. One of the alternatives is, for example, a bowl with black beans, kale, avocado, pumpkin seeds and alfalfa sprouts.
Jack Freda’s wife
THE Jack Freda’s wife has three units spread across New York, so you can already imagine the success of this restaurant! The local menu has many options – there are so many that it is even difficult to decide on a single dish.
For the curious on duty, here are some alternatives: chicken kebab, pumpkin spaghetti with tofu, bowl with scrambled or poached eggs, quinoa, pumpkin spaghetti, grilled tomato, radish and avocado.
Another beautiful restaurant with delicious food around New York! Elea serves classic brunch dishes, with a few touches more connected to Greek cuisine. Their Greek shakshuka, for example, is served with eggs, tomatoes, pepper, feta cheese and bread. Unfortunately, brunch is only served on Saturdays and Sundays. You can still go there from 11:30 am for lunch 😉
If you also want to know where to find the most traditional New York dishes, just look is fasting.