The perfect spot for a quick bite, Fiat Café is a cozy Italian-inspired joint on Mott Street. Their breakfast and brunch menus offer a wide range of delicious options, from traditional omelets and eggs Benedict to eggs Florentine and Canadian bacon. Fiat Café is the perfect casual stop for your brunch favorites.
Fiat Café, 203 Mott Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 969 1809
Epistrophy is more than just a coffee shop; the menu also features a variety of enticing Italian-inspired brunch options. Try the melazane sulcitane, a baked eggplant dish cooked in tomato sauce and topped with melted mozzarella and parmesan cheese, served with traditional Sardinian bread or opt for a hearty classic like lasagna or chicken breast with Italian bacon.
Epistrophy, 200 Mott Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 966 0904
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.
Balthazar, 80 Spring Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 965 1414
Serving brunch every day of the week, Mother’s Ruin offers your favorite NYC meal whenever you crave it. Choose between chicken and waffles with a honey glaze and buttermilk dressing and the fried chicken and kale salad with poached pears, bacon, and creamy garlic dressing. Why limit brunch to Sunday afternoons? Indulge all week long.
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.
Café Habana, 17 Prince Street, New York, NY USA, +1 212 625 2001
Serving free-range eggs, a selection of sandwiches, and Japanese-inspired fried rice dishes, Lovely Day offers brunch in several different sizes. Pair your meal with a classic bloody mary or mimosa, or opt for something a little different and go with hot rum apple cider, a hot toddy, or an Irish coffee, perfect for the cooler months.
Lovely Day, 196 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 925 3310
Public offers tasty twists on the classics, from applewood-smoked bacon and East Coast oysters with yuzu mignonette to potatoes with jalapeño mayonnaise, Turkish eggs, and tea-smoked salmon. Perfect for shaking up your usual brunch routine, Public may just become your new favorite haunt.
Public, 210 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 343 0918
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.
Egg Shop, 151 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 646 666 0810
The Butcher’s Daughter
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.
The Butcher’s Daughter, 19 Kenmare Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 219 3434