September is American Breakfast Month!
Celebrate the season with the classic morning meal


The days are slowly getting shorter, but that doesn't mean there's any less time for the most important meal of the day: breakfast.  With plenty of  days of American Breakfast Month still left ahead of us, there's no reason to not eat pancakes, waffles, and eggs three times a day!  

  Norma's has one of our favorite breakfasts in NYC! Its indulgent dishes are certainly not for everyday, but starting work at 8am when there's rich chocolate and strawberry french toast, oatmeal risotto, or Nutella and fruit pancakes certainly makes a great start to the day.  

Le Parker Meridien New York, 119 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019

Good Enough to Eat
is an excellent all-American breakfast spot. With omelettes named after Manhattan neighborhoods, you're not going to forget where you are as you indulge at this Upper West Side spot.

520 Columbus Ave 85th St New York, NY 10024


Vynl in Hell's Kitchen serves up a hearty all day breakfast, with hot plates of homemade waffles, frittatas, and breakfast burritos! Lunchtime breakfast can sometimes be just the key to re-starting the day on a better note. Weekends feature brunch specials like chocolate pancakes and morning cocktails named after popular divas.

754 9th Ave New York, NY 10019

The Fourth is an East Village American brasserie with an eclectic breakfast menu. The Paõ de Queijo is a gluten-free Brazilian cheese bread; crispy on the outside but soft and chewy on the inside. The New Yorker, a toasted everything bagel with smoked salmon, whitefish salad, cream cheese, tomato & Bermuda onion, is a favorite item for locals.  

132 4th Ave  New York, NY 10003




Cafeteria in Chelsea has one of our favorite breakfasts!  Cheese grits, blueberry pancakes, and egg creations are all cooked perfectly, and taste like the quinessential gourmet American breakfast.

 119 7th Ave, New York, NY 10010






The weekend brunch menu at the Greenwich Projecis fun! Start off with some French Beignets coated with cinnamon sugar and a Pressed Baguette with Taleggio, saucisson (a dried, French-style sausage) and fried egg.  Amish Chicken is served with a memorable Basque Chutney. 

 47 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011





For a quicker breakfast option, check out OatMeals, NYC's first oatmeal bar. The 100% natural oats are served in bowls with over eighty choices of toppings: sweet, savory, and healthy.  You can't go wrong with pumpkin pie, smores, or truffle oats.  

 120 W 3rd St  New York, NY 10012







And in NYC, you can't go wrong with the city's most famous pastry: the bagel.  The bagel sandwich (filled with cream cheese, lox, egg and cheese, or bacon) is the perfect grab and go breakfast, a lunch to share with friends, or even a late night snack item destined to please.  There's no better celebratory breakfast than the bagel!

Whether you're a savory or a sweet breakfast eater, be sure to create time in your routine to celebrate September and enjoy America's most important meal: breakfast.