Brunch restaurants

Lafayette Grand Café & Bakery

Andrew Carmellini goes French at this all-day brasserie, café and bakery in NoHo.

La Villette

Trust a Frenchman in No 10 for a leisurely lunch with friends or a daytime romantic tête-à-tête in the West Village.

Westville Chelsea

Mixing American comfort food with the healthy farm-fresh and the perfect vantage point for a boy-scouting outing.

Goat Town

Scoot into one of the white-tiled booths at this atmospheric Alphabet City bistro doing the farm-to-table spiel.

Elmo Restaurant and Lounge

The ideal weekend location to watch the Seventh Avenue sidewalk parade strut by, it’s the daytime place to see and be seen. Oh yeah, and to eat!

Pulino's Bar & Pizzeria

Tables on the chequerboard floor are hard to come by at Keith McNally’s masterful interpretation of a pizzeria. Avoid the dinner rush and choose brunch instead.

The Standard Grill

Choose to eat on the patio, at the bar or in the dining room of this new sprawling, bistro-style favourite with the Anna Wintour stamp of approval.

City Bakery

City Bakery would be just another NY bakery/place for a quick office lunch, if it weren’t for one thing: the pretzel croissant.


The hype is all about brunch on the weekends, especially Saturdays when rich kids go for the late breakfast/party


As a follow up to the incredibly successful Balthazar, this 1930s Parisian inspired brasserie has become a New York classic.


Enjoy brunch with the boys, cocktails and cruising, or even sober up in style at this 24 hour favourite.


This trendy spot may be more about the scene than the food. But who says you can’t have both?


While the food could use some improvements, it may just have the best outdoor space on Lady’s Mile in Chelsea.

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