Still downtown after partying all night? How about a proper New York brunch downtown? After all, the cross between breakfast and lunch was invented in this very city! The restaurants below are known for their brunches and stylish scenes, enjoy!
Schiller’s Liquor Bar
Schiller’s sports a look similar to Keith McNally’s other propertis, Balthazar and Pastis. This time with a bit of an Irish/English twist.
131 Rivington St., at the corner of Norfolk St.
Celebrity chef Mario Batali brings the concept of the gastropub to the city. Typically a bar and restaurant that serves high-end beer and food, his version is Irish/English/Italian.
314 W. 11th St., at Greenwich St.
André Balazs’s brasserie at the bottom of the Standard Hotel has a decor similar to Schiller’s on the LES but a menu designed by former Lever House chef Dan Silverman. Get ready for the energy of the Meatpacking crowd though.
848 Washington St.
This authentic upscale Mexican restaurant brings great Mexican drinks and food to the fabulous Noho neighborhood.
354 Bowery, nr. E. 4th St.
Keith McNally’s 2nd restaurant on this list is designed to look like an aged Parisian brasserie.
9 Ninth Ave., at Little W. 12th St.
This rustic trattoria in the Bowery Hotel is a standby, serving crudi, crunchy crostini, and wood-fired pizzas.
335 Bowery, at 3rd St.