Welcome to our new photo series, where Eater photographer Daniel Krieger visits some of the city's storied restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. For our third installation, we visit Norma's at Le Parker Meridien for their Sunday Brunch
Norma's, the restaurant at Le Parker Meridian (that isn't Burger Joint or lesser known Seppi's) is the title holder for one of the most famous brunches in New York. Though it can seem overrun with tourists at times—mostly during the Holiday season when waits can exceed the two hour mark—on most Sundays, you'll get an even mix of out of towners and New Yorkers out for a solid brunch. Weekdays it's a big spot for Midtown business breakfasts. NB: reservations are accepted on OpenTable only, and if you indicate a time other than the one they give you in the special requests, they will honor it. Take moment to have a look around at the place on a typical fall Sunday.
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