Friend of a Farmer
Located in the heart of Gramercy Park, this "farm to table" restaurant is the perfect way to kick off your weekend. Their menu includes a variety of homemade breads and an assortment of omelets served on a hot cast-iron skillet.
The ideal brunch spot for all occasions. The Smiths menu hits all of the breakfast cravings. The Ranchero scramble is always my go order. Do not forget to take a picture in the photo booth downstairs.
In the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan, lies Lexington Brass. Some of my favorite dishes on the menu include the chicken and waffles and the avocado toast. Located close to some major hotels and the park, its a great place to bring a NYC visitor.
A NYC staple, you cannot go wrong with Sarabeths. Pancakes and Muffins and Eggs oh my! All the classic breakfast options are featured on the menu, and the Lemon and Ricotta pancakes are a must.
Root & Bone
Southern comfort can be found deep in the East Village. If I could have eaten everything on the menu, I would have. My favorites include the Biscuits and Fried Chicken and the "Bonuts." I recommend getting there with an empty stomach and don't forget to wear spandex.
Bluebell Cafe's atmosphere makes you feel like you are eating in the comfort in your own home. With a menu filled with Crab Cake Benedict and Country Eggs, this Gramercy gem is a must for Saturday or Sunday brunch!