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NYC Brunch Spots Offering the Classics and Beyond
August 17, 2023, 6:07.10 pm ET

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Photo: Emmet's

Emmett’s on Grove, known for its Chicago style fare in the West Village, is offering Midwestern bruch classics. Highlights include Corned Beef Hash served with sunny side eggs and Dutch Baby Pancakes, popular in Chicago as a type of popover, baked in a cast iron pan and served with fresh mixed berries. There are sandwiches, like the B.L.T with farm fresh tomatoes, and Emmett’s ultra-thin crust, tavern-style Pizzas.


Photo: Gab's

Entering Gab’s in the West Village is like stepping into owner Gabby Madden's living room. For brunch, Chef Nate Ashton’s is cooking up hyper seasonal dishes like French Toast with brioche topped with strawberries and vanilla creme; Trout Roe and Soft Scramble; Buttermilk Biscuits with peach jam and whipped ricotta; and Sausage Egg & Cheese with hoise-made chicken sausage, biscuit and cheddar cheese.


Photo: BLACKBARN

BLACKBARN from from Award-Winning Chef John Doherty is offering a bottomless prix fixe brunch with 2 hours of unlimited mimosas and Bloody Mary’s for $55/pp. Prix fixe options include house-made granola with fresh berries and honey-orange yogurt, Buttermilk Pancakes, Eggs Benedict, Fried Chicken & Waffles, and Huevos Chilaquiles. The a la carte menu features Shrimp & Grits, and a Waffle Croque Madame.


Photo: Restaurant Pearl

Restaurant Pearl located in the Seaport District at the 33 Seaport Hotel is launching brunch. The edgy brasserie has a Korean-Inspired menu. Look for whimsical takes on classic dishes like Korean Fried Chicken & Waffles, Gilgeori Toast (toasted sourdough with kimchi egg omelet, crème fraîche kimchi), Stuffed Brioche French Toast, and its signature Short Rib Burger served on a brioche bun with kimchi relish.


Photo: London + Martin

London’s calling at London + Martin (6 Stone Street). Nurse your hangover at NYC’s newest afternoon tea party featuring a proper champagne brunch with towering tea sets packed with enough food to feed a King or Queen. The high tea comes with tiers of French Toast Bites with marshmallow and peaches sauce, Scotch Eggs, British sausage rolls, and macaroons to satisfy your sweet tooth. Wash it down with Boozy English Tea with yuzu ice cubes.


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