New York Style Breakfast
New York City is a place of uncounted diversity of experience. Breakfast is one of them.
You have here the highest buildings, the breathtaking views, one of the longest bridges, the wildest variety of people, museums and shopping. And I’m sure I overlooked something.
For all the food lovers this is however a place with the richest variety of choices when it comes to the pleasure of eating.
As per Wall Street Journal there are over 9.000 eating establishments in Manhattan only, which makes it not only impossible to review but would also be quite a challenge to visit.
I therefore focus on breakfast only and on the three most adorable tastes I recommend to try.
The Avocado Toast
The best served at Le Pain Quotidien, a chain with various locations across Manhattan and Norma’s Restaurant at Le Parker Meridien which you will find on West 57th Street between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue.
The Jalapeno Avocado Omelet
A bit of Mexican flavor best for a stomach with a big appetite.
The one I tasted is at the Bus Stop Cafe at 597 Hudson St. , the far from being fancy restaurant one could say. Nevertheless its homey style, where expectations meet the reality of quality and tasty serves of classic dishes makes it, as cited by NYMag, one of the West Village long lasting favourite.
I recomend it in paricular if you’re in a company of hungry males appreciating a well sized dish 🙂
Something for the ladies. Sorry guys. Yes, most of all New York City is a place taking organic and healthy food as a seperate religion. And I can wholeheartly say this appeals to me.
via Cafe Cluny
Cafe Cluny located at 284 West 12th St, offers this delicious combination among many other tempting options. A very upbeat and lively place to enjoy the vibe of The City.
As a bonus…
If you still feel you have some place left for a desert go for a lemon cheesecake.
A piece of art to be tried at the Magnolia Bakery.