It’s time for Sunday brunch once again, so make this the week that you try something new. Ditch your local hangout and head to Manhattan’s trendy Nolita neighborhood to explore incredible cuisine in a range of charming atmospheres. We profile the 10 best brunch spots in Nolita.
Gracing New York City patrons since 1997, Keith McNally’s iconic haunt offers a wide range of unparalleled fare for your weekend brunch. From French onion soup to the caramelized banana tartine, perfectly executed eggs Florentine, and more, Balthazar is one brunch spot that every New Yorker should visit at least once. Brunch is served from 9 am until 4 pm, and reservations are highly recommended.
Brunch at Café Habana merges authentic Latin American fare with that cool New York City vibe. From 9 am to 4:30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, guests can choose from a variety of handcrafted cocktails, from caipirinhas to daiquiris, frozen sangria, margaritas, and traditional mimosas. Pair your drink with the likes of huevos rancheros, challah French toast, chilaquiles verdes con pollo, and fresh salads.
Serving a daily brunch from 8 am to 4 pm, Egg Shop is, unsurprisingly, the perfect place for egg-lovers. From egg dishes to egg sandwiches, enjoy your favorite food with all the toppings, from white cheddar to black forest bacon, tomato jam, jalapeños, and freshly pressed bread.
Described as a juice bar, café, and ‘vegetable slaughter house’ The Butcher’s Daughter is committed to local and seasonal ingredients, which keeps the menu fresh, healthy, delicious, and varied. Brunch options include the likes of avocado toast, tacos verdes, and a spicy kale Caesar salad. Pair your meal with one of their fresh-pressed juices, and you’re good to go.