21 NYC Brunch Dishes That Are Worth Every Penny
Calling all ye hungover.
The huertas rotos — crispy potatoes, fiery chorizo, and an oozy poached egg — at Huertas.
The chicken fried steak — smothered in creamy sausage gravy — at Pies and Thighs.
The "South by Southwest" Benedict — served on a crispy corn tamale with pulled pork, BBQ sauce, and poached eggs — at Queens Comfort.
The cheese toast — with housemade ricotta and apple cranberry compote — at Sunshine Co.
The Frita Cubana burger — complete with a sirloin patty, shredded pork, and chicharron — at Coppelia's.
The huevos ahogados — served on toast with chorizo, guacamole, and jalapeño hollandaise — at Chavela's.
The classic eggs benedict at Tartine.
The croque madame — with fried chicken and ham on a bacon-smothered biscuit — at Jacob's Pickles.
The grilled crostino — crispy country bread served with mushrooms, Stracchino cheese, and poached egg — at Supper.
The classic challah french toast at La Bonbonniere.
The tofu-scramble-stuffed breakfast enchiladas at Champs Diner.
The yuca benedictos — shrimp and yuca hash browns topped with guac, poached eggs, and cilantro hollandaise — at Yuca Bar.
The strawberry-mascarpone-stuffed French toast — made with homemade brioche — at The Rabbithole.
The baked eggs with avocado at The Smile.
The Rev. Al Sharpton — perfectly fried chicken on the waffle of Leslie Knope's dreams — at Amy Ruth's.
The winter hash — with black rice, baby Brussels sprouts, and squash — at Dimes.
The Nutella-stuffed french toast at Penelope.
The fried-egg topped crab cakes at Verboten.
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