There are two, one uptown, one downtown. Pretty standard coffee shops, perhaps a bit nicer than most. Nothing that would "impress".
Btw, I forgot. The reason for Saturday, is I have a commitment on Sunday. }}:^)
I want to take the time to Thanks Everyone who had responded. Thanks to billyboy, and others to gave me some resource for me to look up. It was such a short notices, haven’t been in the city in over ages. (except for the 9-11 WTC Motorcycle Memorial Rides from Ct. and back home.) I live in Bethel, Ct. Someone in my town, told me about a place, called French Roast. Any Take on it??? Thanks To All! }}:^) Charlie.
if you want to impress a date take her to Barney Greengrass!!!!!
She will think your a savvy City Man who knows ALL the best spots!!
Besides the food is great!!
Although they are both mini-chains, I’m very fond of Kitchenette and Petite Abeille. Kitchenette is a kitschy diner with great traditional breakfasts. Petite Abeille is Belgian, great waffles and omelettes. I like the Hudson St. location.
To impress a date for breakfast, I recommend:
Sarabeth’s on the Upper West Side
Norma’s in Midtown at the Parker Meridian Hotel
Clinton Street Bakery on the Lower East Side
Caveat: Be prepared for long waits for weekend brunch at any decent NYC restaurant.
When you say a full breakfast place, what exactly do you mean? A place that just serves breakfast? A place with a buffet? Is neighborhood or price a factor? Are you looking for an only in NY breakfast or any type of breakfast? Most places do brunch on Sundays only. A few do Saturdays.
Check out this link to a breakfast thread I posted a while back. I hope it’s helpful.
Hi All, Where can I take a date to a full Breakfast place in NYC???? It will be this Saturday, 1-26-08
Where In New York City?
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