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January 19, 2017


Brunch in New York City is just as important as your dinner time plans. In fact, brunch can last into dinner hours, making this all day feast the most important meal of the day! The endless brunching options are overwhelming, and for many newly minted New Yorkers, navigating this microcosm can be exhausting. I remember first moving to the city with the constant feeling of FOMO when weekend afternoons arrived. How can anyone really know where to head on your days off? I comprised a list of my favorite spots in the West Village, a NYC neighborhood favorite of mine, to get you going on your brunch endeavors.

1. Hudson Clearwater
In the mood for corn flake-crusted french toast or an herb omelette with a house cocktail? How about a private garden area reserved for in-the-know customers? Hudson Clearwater offers a wide array of brunch options with a laid back scene and a laid back vibe perfect for an afternoon. The restaurant is not only known for their food, but it is a local hot-spot that is always crowded with neighborhood folk. It is great for a cold day in January, but when the weather gets warm and the garden opens for business, it is by far the best place for bubbly brunches.

Price: $$
Customer: Techie Tycoons, Entertainment Types, Neighborhood Couples- all disguised in trendy, hipster clothing purchased at Acne Studios

2. L'Artusi
This is my favorite West Village Italian spot. It is a little known fact this Italian eatery is open for weekend brunch. Most patrons walk by assuming it is reserved for dinner only, but this past year the owners got smart and began serving brunch. Everything is wonderful and I have never gone wrong with anything on the menu. However, if you decide to order just one thing stick with their ricotta crespelle. The description doesn't do the dish justice and I guarantee you will walk away more than satisfied, but in a light daze of what you just devoured. It is that good:)

Price: $$
Customer: West Village Families, Investment Bankers, Journalists

3. Morandi
Yes, it always has a line. Yes, you might see Martha Stewart or Rachel Zoe. Yes, there is a reason for it. Morandi has made its mark as a go-to, hot-spot, brunching hub for sometime now. Sunday mornings feel somewhat like an over-spill of the buzzy bar scene from the night before. PR girls, hot-shot young financiers and fashion mavens head here for their fazzoletti di ricotta, uova in camicia and crespelle con nutella. The Keith Mcnally owned restaurant provides the perfect setting for a boozy brunch filled of people watching and decadent food options.

Price: $$
Customer: Celebs, Publicists, Stock Traders

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