NYC’s 6 Best New Year’s Day Brunches

It’s getting to be about that time where you have to start planning not for New Year’s Eve, but your recovery brunch the next morning.  With that we give you (in no particular order) the 6 best options around this glorious city.

1. Sons of Essex on the LES.  This is the boozy brunch that takes you from the night before, straight on through the day.  With unlimited mimosas from 1-8pm and dishes like the Mac N’ Cheese Omelet and the Lobster Benedict, you’ll be soaking up the alcohol as quickly as your guzzling it down.

2. Allswell in Williamsburg. This Bedford Ave. restaurant from the Spotted Pig’s Nat Smith offers a changing daily seasonal menu based upon what’s available at local market’s.  The best way to start your brunch will be with a plate of the sticky Chelsea Buns (again, to soak up the night before).  Follow that with anything from fried eggs, to pancakes to kale flatbread, whatever was freshest at the market.

3. Maya on the UES. This bottomless Mexican brunch is a true winner and the real deal when it come’s to bottomless brunches.  Bottomless applies to both the booze and the food here, so don’t be afraid to ask your waiter or waitress for one of everything on the menu.  Another tip, don’t fill up on chips.

4. The NoHo Star in Noho. Big menu, good drinks, low expectation on attire.  Where your nicer pajamas, or roll in like a hot mess from the night before, neither is totally out of the question at this unpretentious option.

5. Beaumarchais in the Meatpacking District. If you’re looking for the party to just keep going, Beaumarchais is the place for you. Think DJ’s spinning, champagne popping, sparklers sparkling, and burlesque….at 1pm in the afternoon.  Definitely roll in straight from last nights party.

6. Penelope in Murray Hill.  Expect a line at this Murray Hill brunch destination, but if you do get a table, you’ll understand what all the fuss is about.  This is the place for comfy, hearty, down home goodness.  Consider going for the egg sandwich, you won’t be sorry.  Need more carbs, hit the pumpkin waffles or nutella french toast.

Consider any of these 6 options for your New Year’s Eve recovery destination and remember to have a safe and happy holiday as we head into the season of giving.

-Ashley, AMP3

New York PR Firm

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