Best Brunch In NYC

Best Brunch In NYC

New York City

BRUNCH IN THE CITY

There are so many amazing restaurants in NYC which is one of the many reasons I love living here. The options for delicious brunch are endless! Whether you’re in the mood for savory eggs benedict or sweet pecan pancakes, you’re sure to find whatever your heart desires.

Today, I’m sharing my favorite spots where you can get yummy brunch and a good Instagram photo to match (because it definitely helps when the food looks just as good as it tastes!)

SUNDAY IN BROOKLYN

This new Williamsburg joint is an Instagram dream. The interior feels just as cozy and inviting as their name suggests and it’s the perfect way to spend a Sunday in Brooklyn. The pancakes are a must try and the in-house prepared pastries are to die for! Be sure to check out their recently opened roof and upstairs dining.

LITTLE PARK

With a focus on seasonal and sustainable ingredients, Little Park is a downtown favorite. They have a ton of vegetarian options for me and the eggs couldn’t be fresher. There’s also a great playground at Washington Market Park a block away so it’s the perfect weekend destination for me and the family

BY CHLOE

Go for the cute Instagram worthy branding, stay for the wholesome plant-based food. I brought a friend who is not the least bit into vegetables nor vegan food and she was completely wowed. I always order the Quinoa Taco Salad and Sweet Potato Fries but don’t skip out on the pancakes and delicious smoothies available during brunch. This is hands down one of my favorite vegan restaurants in the city and it lives up to the hype.

By Chloe also has a cute shop on Bleecker Street dedicated to just Vegan and Gluten-Free desserts. They have everything your heart could desire – from cakes and pies to push pops and cinnamon rolls. Don’t forget to bring your phone and go flat lay crazy.

Lifestyle blogger Sai De Silva talks about brunch in NYC at By Chloe3

Above By Chloe images 1,2 and 3 photographed by Mikey Pozarik.

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