I'm a succor for Saturday brunch, and this city is full of great place, so I hear. I most always order the Eggs Benedict unless there is a strong recommendation to try something else particular to the restaurant. I've collected a list in my phone of various places I've heard people say they love. I was pretty food-adverse when I was pregnant; the oxymoron to that is that I gained 70lbs. But I've had no trouble rediscovering my appetite and enjoying good eating since. Bon appetit!
Freemans - (LES//hip atmosphere)
Jane - (Soho//traditional American)
Balthazaar - (Soho//well-know brunch)
Blue Ribbon Bakery (Soho//Great bread)
Shortys 32 - (Soho//quaint)
Spotted Pig - (Village)
Bobo - (W. Village//Upstairs seating feels southern)
Red Rooster - (Harlem)
Popover Cafe - (UWS)
Ditch Plains - (UWS)
Normas - (Upper Midtown//must do)
Eataly - (Chelsea)
Cookshop - (Chelsea//traditional)
Paradou - (Meatpacking)
Friend of Farmer - (Gramercy//Country style)
Any more recommendations?
Last week we ventured out with the boys to Landmarc. It's unusual how much space they have to accommodate a double stroller. Most places can't do so.