My Top 5 Brunches in NYC

My Top 5 Brunches in NYC

A weekend in New York City won’t be a good weekend unless you spent it with your girlfriends in your favorite brunches place. Just kidding. But a good avocado toast with a cup of coffee is the best recipe to start with.

In New York there are many great place to eat and drink, and I’m a person who has a hard time making decisions. Deciding which coffee shop I want to go with friends can be a fateful decision for me, and I hope that for you the next list will be a bit less difficult.

Have additional recommendations? Comment on this post, and I will check it out!

Bluestone Lane

The cute Aussie inspired place is offering fresh ingredients, and great coffee at 8 locations around the city. Although the food menu is a bit limited, and offers different kind of salads, bowls, and their famous avocado toast, their beverage menu is impressive. I really like fresh juice, and here you can find it all. In addition, they have different of special hot drinks, and shakes.

The interior of the place is very warm and welcoming, and just makes you want to sit there for a long time. If you in a rush, you can take coffee at the counter to go.

Recommended for: Healthy people.

Price range: $10-$30

To find the closest location to you, log in here.

Citizens of Chelsea

I was introduce to this place by one of my closest friends, and since then when I don’t know where to go, I go here. It’s a typical New Yorker place designed, with big sharing tables and great food. They also have a wide range of alcoholic beverage and carafe of mimosa, just perfect for those weekend branches.

Recommended for: Drinks with the squad.

Price range: $12-$35

401 W25th st. New York, NY

The Cookshop

You want to be here early as you can, otherwise you could wait in line for hours if you don’t have reservations. This place own by the chef Marc Meyer, is American style restaurant inspired by local and fresh ingredients. Everything is made there from scratch, and that’s probably why the food is so delicious. Don’t let the food menu confuse you, their pastry are amazing and must try!

Recommended for: Fancy mornings.

Price range: $15-$35

156 tenth ave. at 20th street, New York, NY


This cute little space I discovered by walking around the streets of Nolita, looking for my friends who got lost on the way to meet me. The outside blue-turquoise door caught my attention when I passed by, so I decided to get in. The place is very cozy, and they offer a day menu and dinner menu. The price of the food is below the average in New York, and they offer variety of drinks.

During the weekdays they offer happy hour from 4-7pm.

Recommended for: A chic work meeting.

Price range: $7-$25

200 Mott st., New York, NY

Two Hands Cafe

Waiting time at Two Hands cafe’ can take a while during the weekends. The small Aussie place has a simple and yet delicious food. The food does not pretend to be something that is not, and maybe that’s what works so well here. Their avocado toast cost only $9, and you can add egg if your not vegan. While you there, try their special seasonal drinks.

Recommended for: The ones who love the simplicity of avocado toast.

Price range: $10-$25

They have two location in the city, and you can find their address here.



Daniel Klein
Daniel Klein

Danny-to-wear was founded by me in 2017. I grew up in Israel, then moved to New York City to study at FIT. While growing up in a small country, I always looked for ways to express my individual personalty. This blog was created in order to give myself the stage to write about fashion as I always wanted to.

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