The Big Adventure recently hosted an event in NYC that brought scores of people to town. We had gathered some recommendations of various places to see and go for first time visitors and seasoned travelers alike. In the end, we had a list of restaurants, bars, activities, and museums that are unique to New York City,relatively inexpensive and eye-opening. In short, A Big Adventure "Best Of" list. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing some of our suggestions here…
Weekend Mornings + New York City's Best Brunches = Happiness
423 Amsterdam Avenue (between and 80th and 81st Streets) – Multiple Locations
Brunch Option #1—Always packed, but New Yorkers are a late rising brunch crowd, so if you can arrive before 9:30 AM, you can enjoy the amazing homemade muffins, jams and jellies without too long a wait. Sarah Beth’s has a delicious menu filled with unique creations and exotic drinks.
Good Enough To Eat
483 Amsterdam Avenue (between 83rd and 84th Streets)
Brunch Option #2—Restaurant on the smaller sides that serves country styled breakfasts complete with long lines just outside. Fret not, the line moves quickly especially if you’re a mere party of two. Once inside, enjoy the friendly staff and signature dishes such as the Lumber Jill, granola and more.
156 Chambers Street (between Hudson Street and Broadway)- Morningside Heights location as well
Brunch Option #3—So cute, we could almost vomit. But they back it up with tasty affordable meals and chocolate milk served in a mason jar. They have great breakfast options that will keep you full for all of your touring of the city!
Coming on Tuesday - Bars, Taverns, Ale Houses, Watering Holes and more Bars