This Brooklyn based diner will have you dying for seconds, but you’ll be too stuffed to even think about it. Tom’s has an old school feel but a menu for even the most diverse of breakfast connoisseurs. Found in Prospect Heights, it’s perfect because once you can walk off those delicious waffle calories in Prospect Park.
The Clinton St. Baking company is regularly voted as one of the city’s top breakfast places, and you should believe the hype. Head down to the Lower East Side where heaven will dance in your mouth. Just be prepared for a line, especially on weekends.
The Balthazar breakfast and pastry menu may be a bit more pricy than some of our other options, but if you’re looking for a high quality breakfast experience, this is the place to go. Homemade doughnuts, Croissant’s to die for and our recommendation, a Full English Breakfast, are all on the menu here.
Amy Ruth’s in Harlem has perhaps the most unusual breakfast selection in NYC. Try “The Rev. Al Sharpton” (chicken and waffles) or “The Lloyd Williams” (waffles with boneless rib-eye steak), just two of 14 unique waffle selection on their breakfast menus.
Frommer's Bed and Breakfast in the Mid-Atlantic: A Selective, Full-Color Guide to the Best of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia
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Cuisinart DCC-2800 Perfec Temp 14-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black