Top 5 Brunch Spots in NYC

Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant - With a menu that includes blueberry pancakes, sugar cured bacon, buttermilk biscuits and fresh squeezed OJ, this Lower East Side spot is must if you’re looking for some of the best brunch food you’ve ever had. Though seating is limited and the space is small, we highly suggest you stick out the long line - this place is well worth the wait.
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    Tipsy Parson - The brunch menu at this popular Chelsea spot serves up something for everyone, no matter what you’re in the mood for. You can a get the Lemon Corn Meal pancakes with a Peach Bellini or a BLT with their Smoky Bloody Mary. And at the end of your meal, make sure to check out their baked goods (Pecan Sticky Buns anyone?) to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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    Penelope – Located on 30th and Lex, Murray Hill residents love this cozy café. Their $15 prex-fixe menu has a variety of charming entrée options. Among our top choices: When Veggie Met Sally - Chopped greens with a grilled veggie burger, the Sam I Am - two farm fresh eggs scrambled with grilled asparagus and feta cheese, and the Nutella French Toast - Nutella and French toast… enough said!
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    Peels – During brunch, this East Village eatery tends to fill up fast. We love the laidback atmosphere and southern inspired menu that offers $10 cocktails and your very own build – a –biscuit – a classic buttermilk biscuit with a variety of add ons including scrambled eggs, fried chicken or avocado.
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    De Santos- Rustic wooden furniture, an open back patio and a running playlist of music, we love the comfortable vibe in this West Village restaurant. Their brunch offers a variety of options: banana pancakes, crab meat omelets and the burger with truffle fries rank among some of our favorites. But just make sure to come hungry and thirsty -for only $34, you can get both an entrée and unlimited drinks for 2 hours.
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    clinton st bakery
    Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant - With a menu that includes blueberry pancakes, sugar cured bacon, buttermilk biscuits and fresh squeezed OJ, this Lower East Side spot is must if you’re looking for some of the best brunch food you’ve ever had. Though seating is limited and the space is small, we highly suggest you stick out the long line - this place is well worth the wait.