Brunch in Los Angeles

Privy 5 New York Brunch

On a lazy Sunday when you wake up in the late afternoon, you need a place that serves great Brunch. In this city, Brunch is not to be missed with numerous restaurants treating it as important as dinner or breakfast. However, only a select few do Brunch so well that they are head and shoulders above the rest. These are those Brunch restaurants.

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:American (New), Seafood

    210 Spring St. New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 274 0505
    Aquagrill makes for a well favored weekend brunch break however reservations are recommended because space is short. Think of it as brunch and a show, because when the oyster shucker gets busy behind the bar this rollicking hot spot comes to life. Falafel-encrusted salmon is the heavenly creation of chef-owner Jeremy Marshall, and it makes life difficult to contemplate ever eating a naked pink sal ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine:American (Traditional)

    54 E. 1st St. New York NY 10003
    This Critics' Pick is romantic American Nouveau bistro named after chef Gabrielle Hamilton - her childhood nickname. Her skill with the skillet is a blend of multicultural influences and is unpretentious. She offers a weekend brunch which is nothing short of phenomenal and the menus is inspired. Bloody Mary being the brunch staple - Prune offers ten variations on this theme. The "Chicago Matchbox" ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo


    80 Spring Street (between Broadway and Crosby Streets) New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 965 1785
    Balthazar was recently graced with a visit from Katie Holmes, spending quality mother-daughter time with Suri. If you happen to be inside Balthazar and the shutters are unexpectedly pulled down to keep out prying paparazzi, you are probably in company with a celebrity or two. Balthazar is Keith McNally's masterpiece. Remember the last time you strolled the Boulevard St-Germain? This brasserie fare ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:American (New), Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    4 Clinton Street Between East Houston & Stanton New York City NY 10002
    +1 646 602 6263
    On the Lower East Side, you will find the Clinton Street Baking Company where half the people here come for the consistently fluffy yet substantial, signature blueberry pancakes and maple butter. However, it offers an impeccable line-up for brunch. Neil Kleinberg and DeDe Lahman, a husband and wife team and chef-owners have taken the "green" theme and hit the ground running. Filtered tap H2O, serv ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Upper East Side

    Cuisine:American (New)

    133 East 61st Street (between Park and Lexington Avenue) New York City NY 10021
    +1 212 813 2121
    The David Burke Townhouse features a weekend brunch and is also a celebrity spotting hot spot. David Burke - owner/chef, skewers Cajun lobster on flower holders (“crisp and angry lobster cocktail”) and infuses foie gras with kumquats. Just down the avenue from Bloomingdales, this theatrical little restaurant displays its wares like circus acts. His creations are whacky and wild as well as delectab ... read more >

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