Best NYC Brunch Spots on Crave

When it’s socially acceptable to wolf down pancakes, eggs Benedict and mimosas in the daytime, who wouldn’t love brunch? Whether it’s an indulgent gathering with loved ones, a boozy Bloody…

When it’s socially acceptable to wolf down pancakes, eggs Benedict and mimosas in the daytime, who wouldn’t love brunch? Whether it’s an indulgent gathering with loved ones, a boozy Bloody Mary fest with friends or a restorative (but greasy) hangover cure, brunching in NYC is unmatched.

We’ve gathered a list of the top places to brunch in NYC on Crave to save you the hassle on weekends. All you need to decide is whether to save room for more food or more drinks!

Bazar Tapas

At brunch, Bazar Tapas focuses not only on tapas and paella but also egg dishes, starter dishes and toasts – each with Spanish leanings. Dishes include Char-grilled Octopus and Chorizo Shakshuka, and sangria is available by the pitcher. The healthy crowd can also get their fix with the Three Grain Healthy Bowl

Weekends, 10:30am-3:30pm: 40% offBrunch NYC | Bazar Tapas

Tara Rose

A friendly Kips Bay cocktail bar, Tara Rose is eloquently styled with quirky touches, leather couches and a grand piano. Expect Irish hospitality and classic American fare. Brunch dishes include avo toast, bowls, waffles, and their famous The Cure: a huge sandwich to cure all hangovers. Thank us later.

Daily, 11am-4pm: 40% offBrunch NYC | Tara Rose

Jules Bistro

Jazz up brunch with a trip to this hot jazz spot in the East Village. The French brunch menu includes Croque Monsieur and a Jules Benedict made with rosemary-olive oil hollandaise.  There are detox juices available for the health conscious and plenty of tempting bubbly cocktails for the rest of us.

Weekends, 11am-3pm: 30% offBrunch NYC | Jules Bistro

My Friend Duke

Taking Sunday brunch to a whole new level, this sophisticated Rose Hill bar features a mezzanine and a large skylight. Cooking up dishes like Dulche De Leche French Toast, Mushroom Toast, a Fried Chicken Sandwich, Crispy Fish Tacos, and Oysters, it’s definitely an indulgent place to do brunch!

Weekends, 11am-4pm: 30% offBrunch NYC | My Friend Duke

Printers Alley

Normally known for its buffalo wings and loud weeknights of live music, this upbeat Nashville-themed bar does Southern brunch food. A cozy venue, comforting dishes and chilled cocktails are all the signs of a great brunch! Chicken and waffles anyone?

Weekends, 11:30am-12am: 30% offBrunch NYC | Printers Alley

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