Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, and a Biscuit

Top 5 Reviewed New York Breakfast Restaurants

What could be more ‘New York’ than enjoying a delicious, hearty breakfast at an authentic New York Diner, or a famous French Café’, or a restaurant that’s as known for its Cheesecake as it is for its giant breakfast plates?

February 25, 2019

Start your day with a fabulous breakfast at one of these highly reviews New York spots for a morning meal!

Address: 42 Grove St, New York, NY 10014
Phone: 212-255-3590
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village
Cuisine: French

Popular, 50-seat French bistro offering a small-plates menu at breakfast, lunch & dinner until late – 2 a.m. daily.

Opened in 2011 by Chef Jody Williams, Buvette is influenced with European traditions.  Buvette is a restaurant, café and bar with a great menu.  Give Buvette a try on your next visit to New York.

Omelette with Tomatoes

Westway Diner
Address: 614 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-582-7661
Neighborhood: Hell’s Kitchen
Cuisine: American Traditional, Diner, Hamburgers

Westway Diner, a classic, 24-hour diner, has been a family owned and operated restaurant since 1988.  This local favorite has a friendly staff (really, it does) and a great atmosphere with ‘New York’ themed murals along one wall.  Westway has a wide variety of dining options listed on their 8-page menu. 

Serving great breakfast dishes all day and late into the night is a specialty.  Westbury also service up great sandwiches, desserts and more.

The Westway Diner is most famous as the restaurant where Larry David famously approached Jerry Seinfeld about TV project that would become the popular show about nothing. You will notice the diner by the banner naming the restaurant ‘the number one diner in the Manhattan’, as determined by Daily News readers in 2002.  Breakfast is what this place is known for – come a peruse the massive menu for your favorites; omelets, pancakes, waffles, eggs, and a lot more.

Visit Westway Diner and see if you agree that it should be a Top 5 Reviewed New York Breakfast Restaurants.’

Russ & Daughters Café
Address: 127 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
Phone: 212-475-4880 ext. 2
Neighborhood: Lower East Side
Cuisine: Cafes, Kosher, Seafood

Russ & Daughters Café was opened in 2014, as a spin-off of the world-famous, New York City institution, Russ & Daughters appetizing store.  

Russ & Daughters Cafe takes the appetizing classics of the Russ & Daughters items and presents them in a sit-down café.

At Russ & Daughters Cafe, expert smoked salmon slicers work their craft in front of guests; an open kitchen provides an over-the-counter connection.  A Soda Fountain Bar beckons with homemade sodas, egg creams, shrubs, and superb cocktails; friendly staff proudly wear the iconic white Russ & Daughters lab coats; and 103 years of living history permeates throughout the entire space.

Waffles Being Covered in Syrup

Address: 120 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: 212-219-0666
Neighborhood: Tribeca
Cuisine: American Traditional

Bubby’s opened on Thanksgiving Day 1990 and since then has become famous for its simple and fresh comfort food. 

NYC’s beloved restaurant and pie shop celebrates 27 years of classic, made from scratch American cooking. Bubby’s now has locations in Tribeca and the Meatpacking District across from the Whitney Museum. 

If you like homemade fare, you will love the homemade buttermilk biscuits that come with each meal.

The home-baked pies and cakes are always a great way to finish (or start) a meal since Bubby's started as a pie company back in 1990.

Eggs and Bacon with Juice and Fresh Fruit

Junior's Restaurant & Bakery
Address: 1515 Broadway, W 45th St, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-302-2000
Neighborhood: Theater District
Cuisine: American Traditional

Say something often enough and soon it becomes truth.  This may be the case with Junior’s saying they have the best Cheesecake in New York City.  But this massive eatery is more than just a mecca for New York Cheesecake, Junior’s is a great place for Breakfast, lunch and dinner.  But this list is about breakfast spots in New York and you cannot go wrong with Breakfast at Junior’s.

Big omelets, tall stacks of Pancakes, Biscuits and Gravy and much more is on the list of ‘best bets’ at this Theater District Restaurant.

When you’re in New York, you see the Statue of Liberty, you walk through Central Park and Times Square and you make time to eat at Junior’s.

Give Junior’s a try and let us know if you agree if it should be a Top 5 Reviewed New York Breakfast Restaurants.’

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