Today is a beginning of New York Menswear fashion week and if you already here you probably want to know some great spots to visit. But if you want to do a lot, you should have some good energy intakes, that means you need a strong breakfast. And as Best Design guides are always here to help you, we prepared a list for a best brunch places in New York.
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If you eager to start your holiday days with quality meal and coffee this is a place for you. Chef Jody Williams is passionate cooker who wants to do everything till perfection. His vision of this eatery is to gather people here from the morning so that they will stay here till the end of the day. At Buvette it is mandatory to try light and airy steamed eggs, little croissant with dollop of butter and jam, Belgian waffles with berries or croques. Also, don’t miss the chances to drink some quality cappuccino decorated with latte art.
Location: 42 Grove Street. Open weekdays at 8a.m.
This is the eatery that looks like really American place to eat. Just imagine: the staff flipping pancakes in the air, photographs of Marilyn Monroe, giant striped coffee mugs painted those perfect eighties pastels stacked along a shelf, and a poster of Barack Obama. And the food is also typical for this kind of place: dozens of kinds of eggs and omelets, thick, fluffy pancakes and waffles topped with honey, berries of whatever you want.
782 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn
Russ & Daughters Café
If you are more into savory breakfast, don’t miss the opportunity to try something unusual. Russ & Daughters café from the begging used to be a place for traditional smoked fish, herrings and also others traditional Jewish staples. So here you can try extra ordinary breakfast menu like bagels coming with spreads and fish, eggs sided with patato latkes and fish or mixed into a smoked salmon cream cheese omelette. An for a sweet tongue there is babka French toast and blintzes.
127 Orchard Street. Open weekdays at 10 a.m.
It’s a Paris experience in New York. In this food meca you should try the quiche du jour, the lemon pancakes with fruit, the farm eggs with pommes de rotisserie or oatmeal topped with cognac stewed fruit.
380 Lafayette Street. Open weekdays at 7.30 a.m.
So indulged yourself with perfect breakfast experience, because the day well-started will be the fuel for the other great experience in New York.