Celebrate Sunday with a piled high plate of pancakes. From compotes to cocktails, these top 5 Sunday brunch spots take New Yorkers’ weekend ritual to another level.
Everyone-from the out of town big spenders to the resident upper east side family-enjoys this Le Parker Meridien-based spot. Fan favorites include the Banana-Macadamia Nut Flap Jacks and Chocolate Decadence French Toast.
119 West 56th Street, between Avenue of the Americas and 7th Avenue
2 Locande Verde
Cozy up to the pastry bar or nab a table outside for the quintessential New York brunch experience. This Andrew Carmellini tribeca spot is packed on the weekends with people chowing down on Hazelnut-Crusted French Toast and Zucchini Frittatas.
377 Greenwich Street, between Franklin and North Moore Streets
3 Bubby’s Tribeca
Don't be fooled by the down-home decor, this place is a watering hole for all walks of New York life. Uptown and downtown folks unite over favorites like the Huevos Rancheros and Sourdough Pancakes.
120 Hudson Street, between North Moore and Franklin Streets
This spot is known for its brunch atmosphere and great food so it's no wonder the place is buzzing on weekends. Sunday is prime time for New Yorkers to get together over Spiced Apple Beignets or the Baked Brioche French Toast.
156 10th Avenue, between 19th and 20th Streets
Lafayette opened its bustling dinner destination for brunch and as expected, the Andrew Carmellini creation is a hit. It’s a bar, it’s a bakery and now a successful brunch spot filled with Soho patrons, new and old. Try the Baked Eggs or the Lemon Pancakes.
380 Lafayette Street, between 3rd and 4th Streets