• Bread Basket at the Tipsy Parson

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  • Extra Virgin
    259 W. 4th Street New York, NY

    My Pick! Extra Virgin is one of the best places I've been to in the city. I get impatient waiting for food, but I will wait for hours to have their banana french toast!

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  • Mile End
    97a Hoyt St., Boerum Hill, NY

    Mile End in Brooklyn is one of our favorite brunch spots. We actually like to refer to it as "the greatest Jewish thing to come out of Canada since Rick Moranis." – Chris Stang and Andrew Steinthal, Immaculate Infatuation

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  • Clinton Street Bakery
    4 Clinton St., New York, NY

    There is a reason why there is a mob of people standing outside every Saturday or Sunday, rain or shine, at this iconic LES breakfast spot. The pancakes are the real draw here, but the buttermilk biscuit egg sandwich is also very much worth the wait. Go early, put your name in and head across the street to Café Pedlar for a cup of Stumptown coffee to sip while you wait. – Amy Given, Give 'n Taste

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  • Roebling Tea Room
    143 Roebling Street Brooklyn, NY

    In Williamsburg, if I'm not eating at home or at my local greasy spoon I head to Roebling Tea Room for their salmon plate. It's perfect when you have a hangover or just want a good start to your Sunday. Instead of a bagel, they serve their smoked salmon with this delicious thick pumpernickel bread, onions, capers, creme fraiche, and pickled beets. It's filling, almost healthy, and super delicious. – Amanda Kludt, Eater.com

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  • Café Cluny
    284 W. 12th Steet New York, NY

    Café Cluny is so cute and French and girly. I recommend the chocolate croissant. – Kerry Pieri, StyleCaster Features Director

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  • HK Hell's Kitchen
    523 Ninth Avenue New York, NY

    Boozy brunch - HK on 39th and 9th has unlimited mimosas, bellinis and bloody marys until 5 for $15, AND there is an amazing flea market on 39th between 9th and 10th on the weekend. Holler! – Dee Grossman, StyleCaster Fashion Assistant

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  • Le Bilboquet
    25 E. 63rd Street New York, NY

    I go to brunch every single Sunday with my dad, so I know brunch, and Le Bilboquet is one of my favorites! – Emily Washkowitz, StyleCaster Director of Business Development

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  • Loconda Verde
    377 Greenwich Street New York, NY

    Loconda Verde  has long waits on the weekend but it's well worth it. Try the lemon French toast and the porchetta sandwich. – Brandon Perlman, StyleCaster Co-Founder

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  • Five Leaves
    18 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY

    For Williamsburg, Five Leaves destroys! Happy brunching! – Alex Moore, Death + Taxes

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Best New York Brunches

Best New York Brunches

Best New York Brunches
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My best friend once made a pie chart of my brain, splitting it up into the different categories I obsess about on a daily basis. It looked a little something like this: 15% boys (ahem Justin Bieber!), 20% TV, 25% shopping and an absurd 40% food! Clearly, to say I love food would be a vast understatement. Going out to eat is my all-time favorite pastime, especially when that meal involves some form of eggs.

I dare any New Yorker to find me a meal thats better than brunch! To quote Carrie Bradshaw, There are very few things this New Yorker loves as much as Sunday brunch. You can sleep until noon and still get eggs anywhere in the city, and alcohol is often included with the meal. I enlisted the help of my StyleCaster fam and a few well-informed New York food bloggers to help me round up the best brunch spots in the city. Click through to see their picks, and let us know what we missed in the comments. Happy eating!

  • Nikki

    I can’t believe I just left Newyork without finding out about this, I need to go!!!


  • mohamed afiq hilmi aq

    is ok

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