Thinking about where to go for brunch? Check out these suggestions for the latest and greatest brunch hits!
Hole in the Wall You can get an Australian-style brunch at both their FiDi (15 Cliff St.) and Murray Hill (626 1st Avenue) locations from 9am – 5pm, Wednesday – Sunday. Signature dishes from Executive Chef Brent Hudson include the Brekkie Bagel with double-smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, American cheese, fresh tomato, pickles, Verde mayonnaise and a side of waffle fries, Chili Scrambled Eggs with tomato kimchi salsa, sambal emulsion, avo and shaved parmesan, and a Pulled Pork Benedict featuring 12-hour slow-braised pork, poached eggs, burnt butter hollandaise and beet relish. This place is a great option to take a break with friends at.
Carnegie Diner & Cafe (205 W. 57th St.) in Midtown is perfect for business meetings, featuring an extensive all-day breakfast menu, which includes a Lobster Benedict, Steak & Organic Eggs, a dozen types of pancakes, decadent waffles and French Toast in addition to bagels, croissants and muffins. Enjoy a bottomless cup of coffee for $3.50 or unlimited mimosas for $19.95 per person Monday – Sunday from 9am – 9pm. It can seem like the weekend even if it’s not!
Loulou (176 8th Ave) in Chelsea just started their weekday breakfast service, featuring the Gruyere’ Omelet with fine herbs, roasted heirloom tomato and a frisee salad, a Mandarin Parfait with Greek yogurt, mandarin, blueberry, coconut and house granola, and a Smoked Salmon sandwich with capers, arugula, crème Fraiche and ciabatta. Terremoto Coffee is served day and night. Brunch is available from 9am – 12pm from Monday – Friday and from 11am – 5pm on weekends, perfect for friends, family or even a date!
Pictures courtesy of Hole in the Wall, Carnegie Diner & Cafe, and Loulou