Jul 11, 2013
Simplifying NYC: Top Picks for Brunch Spots
Hello Fabulistas! If you live in New York City or if you've been here to visit you know that New Yorkers can't live without brunch. It's like our sport! It's more than a meal here in New York, it's a time for friends to get together, catch up on events the night before, catch up on their week and eat some delicious food. Yes, we will have to wait in line for a table, but that's part of the fun! Here are a few of my favorite brunch spots. Gramercy Terrace I LOVE the Gramercy Park Hotel. It's one of the most fabulous hotels in town, and of course, all the celebs stop by! The Gramercy Terrace is very chic and well decorated. I adore the string lights hung on the ceiling. Aside from celeb-watching, Gramercy Terrace has a great menu.
from Gramery Park HotelPastis Pastis is an iconic brunch spot here in New York. Located in the Meatpacking District, it's one you have to visit at least once. I've been here more than once of course, because I just can't get enough! I love the variety of egg dishes, there's something for everyone.
from PastisSarabeth's Sarabeth's is more than a restaurant, it's also known for it's amazing bloody mary and baked goods and jam. The cookies are my fave but the muffins are delish, too. Sarabeth's has all you could want,sweet and savory. There are multiple locations, too, so you'll be able to find one near you!
from Sarabeth'sPrune If you're looking for something more intimate, head to Prune. It's tiny, so you'll have to wait, but it's worth it! The food is amazing, and the vibe is very cool. The crowd is very laid back and relaxed, it's perfect for the weekend.
from PruneDBGB Another of my downtown fave's is DBGB. It's a great place to go with your fella because of its vast menu. It has the typical brunch items and also has more manly dishes like links and sausages, which is what it's famous for. There's also a huge beer list. Don't worry, you can get a mimosa too!
from DBGBThere are so many more delicious brunch spots here in New York, but these are my faves right now. Where do you brunch? Do you like to go to the same place every time, or do you like to mix it up?