Brunch Restaurants New York City
Historically, brunch allegedly came about so that groups of people who were hung-over or simply tired from partying all night didn't have to get up early for their breakfast. Instead, someone got the brilliant idea of creating an entirely new meal that began late in the morning, and offered the usual breakfast fare with the addition of heavier dishes that were usually eaten at high noon. Regardless of the origin, several enterprising New York City restaurants have made it a practice to offer brunch to their clientele. Most New York City brunch restaurants feature traditional breakfast fare that we can't help but crave at other times of the day, such as maple syrup-drenched pancakes alongside a hearty omelet and some fresh marmalade, or a unique menu of international breakfast fare. Whatever the case, you can't deny how great it feels to be able to eat breakfast whenever you feel like it.