When it comes to brunching in NYC, the choices can be overwhelming. The good news? We’ve got you covered!
Here’s our ultimate guide to brunching in NYC, broken down by neighborhood so you can find the spot that’s perfect for your next weekend feast.
Upper East Side
Let’s start with the Upper East Side. Whether you’re looking for a classic brunch spot like Second Avenue Deli, or something more modern like Café Boulud, this area of town has no shortage of options. For those seeking a bit of luxury, try the prix-fixe brunch at Tavern on the Green— it’s worth the splurge.
Swinging a bit further south, you’ve got Midtown East. This bustling area of town has some real gems when it comes to brunch. One of our favorites is SushiSamba, located on Park Avenue. Their unlimited small plates brunch is an absolute must — and you won’t be disappointed by the playful cocktails, either.
This cozy corner of NYC is home to some truly iconic places, like Balthazar and Buvette. But if you’re looking for something off the beaten path, venture over to The Smith. Their bottomless mimosas and classic American brunch fare make this spot a must-try.
We could go on and on, but we’ll leave it there for now! Whether you’re looking to indulge in some luxurious brunches or just grab a quick bite with friends, NYC has something for everyone. Happy brunching!
P.S. If you have any other recommendations, please add in the comment section below!