Keep the sacred NYC tradition of brunch from getting monotonous, and head down to the Village. With more than just your standard French toast and pre-made mimosa, weve got variety and value in our brunch options and were not afraid to share them!
Head south-of-the-border to Tortaria (94 University Pl.) for a distinctly Mexican spin on the brunch menu. For $15.61 you can enjoy a torta, taquitos and a bebida.
Brunch exists 24/7 in the Village. We've got French Roast (78 W. 11th St.) our perennially open- for-business dining staple. Look for traditional brunch fare with a French twist.
Jack's Bistro & Bar (80 University Pl.) specializes in delicious crepes. Try the Cinnamon Apple Crepe with toasted oats, and don't ignore the $3 special on brunch cocktails.
For fine dining, Knickerbocker Bar & Grill (33 University Pl.) is where you'll want to be come weekend mornings. Their eggs are organic and locally-sourced from the Hudson Valley, and they are stocked with 100% New York state maple syrup.
Tertulia (359 6th Ave.) claims the most exotic brunch menu. Inspired by the Spanish tradition of tapas, Chef Seamus Mullen creates fanciful options for the experimental diner. A dish of particular interest is the Coca: a flatbread of Sobrassada sausage, caramelized onion, Mahón cheese and quail eggs.
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