Enjoy Brunch in New York Restaurants


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Gastronomy of New York consists of multi ethnic cuisines blended with native American delicacies. There are numerous restaurants where you can experience sophisticated dining. However, if you are booking flights to New York to get a feel of local culture, consider visiting restaurants known for serving best brunch in the Big Apple. Some of the prominent spots to enjoy high quality brunch are: 

Tipsy Parson

The restaurant was opened in 2009 and within a span of four years, it has gained rapport as one of the best places in NYC to enjoy brunch. The cozy yet affordable restaurant is located in West Chealsea.  They have one of the most expansive brunch menus in and around the city. While going through the menu, you would come across salads, eggs and sandwiches. However, highlight of the menu is Biscuit Bomb which will be stuffed with as per your choice. Take your pick from avocado, honey butter, hot pepper jelly, habanero jelly or bacon –herb gravy. 

Back Forty West 

The casual restaurant is located in SoHo, the prime shopping area in the city. It has two floors with an eclectic d├ęcor that comprises of mismatched paintings and astute ceramics. The compact menu has starters, eggs and sweets however, items that you must order are brisket with slasa verde, pig’s head nuggets, spring cauliflower vegetable gratin and pork riblets. For sweet lovers, brunch at Black Forty West is incomplete without Chocolate Peanut Blackout Cake and Lavender Buttermilk Panna Cotta. 

Cookshop

The Chelsea restaurant is owned by Vicky Friedman and Marc Meyer. Open kitchen is the most discerning feature of the restaurant. While dining in, admire the outside world through the glass walls. Timing for weekend brunch is from 11 am to 4 pm. For egg lovers, there are numerous options to choose from. Most popular ones are Cookshop Scramble and Huevos Rancheros. Other items you can add to your brunch are Grilled Jersey Asparagus Sheep Milk Ricotta and Brunch pastries.

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