Clinton St. Baking Company was born in 2001 to prodigy chef Neil Kleinberg. A native New Yorker, Kleinberg honed his skills in the kitchen from a young age and opened his first restaurant at a mere 22 years old.
The menu was curated by Abe Lopez from the Food Network’s TV show “Chopped.” The Spanish tapas cuisine features an award winning vegan smoked truffle mac & cheese that you just have to try.
No list of the best brunch in New York City would be complete without mention of The Consulate, one of the most charming restaurants in the Upper West Side. Restaurant by day, and elegant bar by night, The Consulate offers an air of sophistication that will leave you feeling like Don Draper.
The restaurant feels open and bright, similar to a living room that you could lounge in for hours. During the summer months they open up their rooftop garden to guests. In the winter every dining area has a wood burning oven to add to the homelike feeling.
This is a more casual eatery that specializes in serving some of the best southern comfort-food brunch in New York City. Swing by for all the classics, like fried chicken and waffles, and delicious craft cocktails.
Waking up at grandma’s house is a treat no matter what background or ethnicity you’re a part of. The meals seem to have no end and the flavor made in that kitchen has no comparison. Named after the Yiddish word for grandmother, Bubby’s is no exception
Serving classic French fare in a Parisian environment, Petite Boucherie checks all the boxes for Francophiles. Tucked away on the corner of Gay Street and Christopher Street, this cozy French restaurant is the perfect spot to celebrate a momentous occasion.
You might recognize Jack’s Wife Freda from Instagram. It’s one of the most photographed restaurants in NYC thanks to the floral arrangement that that adorns the entrance at their SoHo location. Paired with a forest green paint job and a neon sign it’s hard for folks not to snap a quick pic.
Styled after the famous Izakaya restaurants in Japan, which resemble a pub, Rule of Thirds provide a spot to settle in with friends for great food and conversation. In fact, Izakaya translates to stay-drink-place and that’s exactly what I do there while enjoying some of the best brunch in New York City
It’s a friendly French neighborhood cafe that serves incredible eats and drinks. Where Cafe LuLuc truly shines however is in serving some of the best brunch in New York City. Offering traditional brunch fare you’ll always be able to find something appetizing.