Step into the café, in the Neue Gallery, the museum of German and Austrian art, and into old Vienna.
menu is small and choice: two perfectly round poached eggs in a martini
glass, Bavarian ham, brioche bread, fresh juices; coffee is served on a
little silver tray.
1048 Fifth Ave
212 288 0665
This is a lively place, as much community centre as cafeteria restaurant.
oatmeal, eggs and bacon, and near-legendary hot chocolate are among the
favourites; this also is one of the best bakeries in town, with great
muffins and other morning treats.
Clinton Street Baking Co.
here for one thing above all: pancakes. The flavours vary – blueberry,
banana walnut – but they always are big, fluffy and tasty.
The breakfast/brunch menu is quite expansive, ranging from house-made granola to huevos rancheros and the biscuits are swell.
4 Clinton St
646 602 6263
established in 1981 and has become a New York institution as well as a
nationally known purveyor of fine fruit preserves.
Sarabeth’s casts breakfast in an all-American mode, featuring omelets, fine pancakes French toast and muffins.
423 Amsterdam Ave
212 496 6280
(And other locations)
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