What’s better than a warm bowl of oatmeal for breakfast? Here are our picks for the five best bowls in New York City.
Back to school means two things: Friday night parties and Saturday morning hangovers. And if you’ve learned anything this far in your studies, you’ll know the best cure to a hangover is your local BEC.
The restaurants listed below let you carbo-load in the best possible way: by offering fluffy pancakes stuffed, dotted, or covered in such ingredients as Nutella, chocolate chips, and strawberries.
Sometimes you want a little polish with your eggs, a little dose of decadence with your coffee. Herewith, our five favorite spots for an oh-so-elegant morning repast.
The city’s most unusual donuts go beyond Boston cream and honey dip. In some cases, they even go beyond round. But no matter how wild or wacky, these donuts share one common characteristic: they’re all utterly yummy.
It’s not easy to find a decent cup of coffee when traveling. So we scoured the world’s airports in search of the best cafes and java joints, and came back with our top seven.
There is not shortage of romantic restaurants across the Hudson from NYC in Hoboken or Jersey City. So grab a date and wine and dine in New Jersey.
You know what they say: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Start your morning off right by ordering one of New York’s best breakfast sandwiches. You’ll be able to handle anything that comes at you for at least the next several hours.
New Yorkers brunch year round, but there are always new offerings to try with seasonally focused menus. We’ve rounded up a dozen NYC restaurants offering the best brunches for the fall with unlimited cocktail options, heated outdoor seating and hearty comfort foods.
Straddling the worlds of both sweet and savory, chicken and waffles deliver that flavor combination like nothing else can. Check out these restaurants from Harlem down to Brooklyn, serving their own versions of this Southern staple.
Can’t fly off to Paris this week, but longing for a freshly baked croissant? You’re in luck. These New York City bakeries and restaurants are serving up both sweet and savory renditions of the flaky, buttery pastries.
The latest specialty dessert shop to hit the Big Apple is Treat House, a so-called “crisped rice treat emporium,” devoted to selling creative versions of a childhood favorite, the Rice Krispy Treat.
For those of us who always go for sweet over savory when it comes to breakfast, French Toast is a go-to choice. These city restaurants offer some of the best – and most creative – French Toast plates to sweeten your morning or lazy weekend afternoon.
In the cool weather, the temptation of a warm, gooey pastry for breakfast is tough to beat.
Through our Mobile Munchies Twitter feed, we’ve been hearing good things about the Egg Tosti from The Steel Cart. Although we usually have only a bagel for breakfast, we do enjoy The Steel Cart’s soups and sandwiches for lunch. Once in a while it’s fun to get breakfast for lunch, too.