Is a specific AM time for breakfast a thing anymore?
After this past year, breakfast can and should be enjoyed anytime your heart desires.
Here are five NYC spots where you can start your day off, indulge mid-day or in the diner’s case have breakfast at night on weekdays and weekends alike:
Hole in the Wall serves brunch favorites at their FiDi (15 Cliff St.), Murray Hill (626 1st Avenue), Flatiron at Hotel Henri (37 W 24th St.) and Williamsburg (292 Bedford Avenue) locations. Signature dishes from Executive Chef Brent Hudson range from sweet to savory for any mood. The menu includes his Wagon Wheel Waffles with vanilla whipped cream cheese, strawberry jam, torched marshmallow and Nutella sauce, and a Pulled Pork Benedict featuring 12-hour slow-braised pork, poached eggs, burnt butter hollandaise and beet relish on sourdough. Sip on a Jalapeno Bloody Mary, a Blood Orange Negroni, an Aperol Spritz or a Mimosa anytime of day. Brunch at FiDi is available Friday – Sunday 9am – 5pm, Murray Hill: Wednesday – Sunday 9am – 5pm, Flatiron: Monday – Friday 10am – 4:30pm and Sat – Sun 9am – 4:30pm and Williamsburg: Monday – Sunday 9am – 4:30pm
Egg Shop has reinvented the egg and proved that an egg can be the star of any dish at their Nolita (151 Elizabeth St.) and Williamsburg (138 N 8th St.) locations. On the sandwich end, Egg Shop offers the Egg Shop B.E.C. with broken yolk, Vermont white cheddar, pepper bacon, tomato jam, and pickled jalapeno on a brioche roll. Or chow down on their cruisers like the Brisket Chilaquiles made with slow-cooked brisket, over easy, fried tortilla, jack cheese, Salsa Roja, cotija, sour cream, jalapeno, pickled onion, and cilantro. Wash it all down with a refreshing Breakfast Mule and the day is yours. Nolita is open Friday 9am – 3pm & Saturday – Sunday 9am – 4pm and the Williamsburg location is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 9am – 3pm & Saturday – Saturday 9am – 4pm.
Carnegie Diner & Cafe (205 W. 57th St.) in the heart of Midtown features an extensive all-day breakfast menu, which includes a Lobster Benedict, Avocado Toast, a dozen types of pancakes, decadent waffles, crepes and French Toast in addition to bagels, croissants and muffins. Enjoy a bottomless cup of coffee for $3.50 or unlimited mimosas for $19.95 per person. The diner is open every day from 7am – 10pm.
NOIR Supperclub (357 W. 16th St.) is a vibrantly gold venue amidst the chrome facades of West 16th Street. This reimagined multilevel space is rich with layers of mirrors, ornate décor and elaborate lighting. The upscale, indoor Supperclub experience features a modern take on classic cocktails and an elevated Asian inspired menu served in a 1920s-inspired space with DJ booths and chandeliers. NOIR offers brunch classics and Asian fusion dinner signatures from Executive Chef John DeWine. Brunch dishes include Slow Poached Eggs with a choice of Smoked Salmon, Tuscan Kale and Crisp Prosciutto, and a Tokyo Sushi Bagel with Spicy Tuna, Salmon, Avocado, Sesame Seed, Sushi Rice and Seaweed Salad.