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An egg sandwich from Fairfax in the West Village.
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21 Terrific Places for Breakfast in Manhattan

Settle in with fluffy pancakes and Japanese breakfast sets or grab breakfast burritos and egg sandwiches to go

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An egg sandwich from Fairfax in the West Village.
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s also a meal that many New Yorkers skip, which is a shame because so many restaurants in this city do amazing things before 11 a.m. Whether it's with a traditional Japanese breakfast, egg-stuffed tacos, bagels and lox, or outrageously good banana pancakes, here's where to start a day off right.

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1. Harlem Biscuit Company

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At 67Orange street, 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026
(929) 390-1472
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It’s not unusual to encounter a line snaking out the door at this ongoing Harlem pop-up shop, and for good reason. Chef Melvin Johnson started Harlem Biscuit Company during the pandemic and quickly amassed fans for the shop’s buttery, flaky biscuits, sold alone and as the base for a range of stuffed biscuit sandwiches. Solid entry points include the Langston, piled high with fried chicken, pickles, onions, and chili garlic honey; or the Frederick, featuring a pork sausage patty, egg, cheese, and jerk honey.

A close-up photo of an unwrapped biscuit sandwich stuffed with fried chicken, pickles, and onion slices.
The Langston biscuit sandwich, made with fried chicken, pickles, onions, and chili garlic honey.
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2. E.A.T.

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1064 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10028
(212) 772-0022
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Part of Eli Zabar’s east side empire, E.A.T. is a diner-cafe mix that blends American breakfast classics with Jewish fare. Sit in the checkered room for dishes such as a ratatouille omelet, cheese blintzes with apple sauce, or a bagel with sturgeon.

3. Old John's Diner

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148 W 67th St
New York, NY 10023
(212) 874-2700
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Upper West Side restaurant Old John’s Luncheonette was brought back to life earlier this year as Old John’s Diner, a revamped take on the 70-year-old neighborhood staple. Find breakfast diner classics like ham and cheese omelettes and chocolate chip waffles available every day from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

A person holds a bottle of carbonated water and pours some of it into a brown drink with white foam on top and a red and white straw sticking out of the side.
A chocolate egg cream at Old John’s Diner.
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4. Sullivan Street Bakery

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533 W 47th St
New York, NY 10036
(212) 265-5580
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Even if unknowingly, many New Yorkers have tried the bread from Sullivan Street, since it’s sold to many restaurants around the city. The dishes are just as fantastic, especially the soft eggs with prosciutto on brioche, which come highly praised. The bakery opens daily at 8 a.m.

A small pancetta and egg sandwich is held in a hand.
The pancetta and egg sandwich at Sullivan Street Bakery.
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5. Margon

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136 W 46th St
New York, NY 10036
(212) 354-5013
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This Times Square counter is mobbed during lunchtime, but it's peaceful in the mornings before 10:30 a.m. During lunch its magnificent Cuban sandwiches are the clear choice, but breakfast calls for an egg platter or an omelet (all under $7), plus a Cuban coffee. This storefront can be easy to miss.

Wedges of lime sit next to a plate of roast pork topped with pickled onions.
Pork roast and salad at Margon.
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6. Spanish Diner

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10 Hudson Yards
New York, NY 10001
(646) 495-1242
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Humanitarian chef Jose Andres’ Hudson Yards food hall Mercado Little Spain houses a full-service diner that offers a lovely breakfast starting at 11:30 a.m. daily. Pair eggs with morcilla and other pork products, or try a variety of classic Spanish tortillas. Wander around the rest of the expansive and varied space if there’s a wait.

A brightly lit dining room with an open kitchen space to the left and a dining area to the right with wooden tables and chairs
Spanish Diner at Mercado Little Spain.
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7. Pershing Square

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90 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10017
(212) 286-9600
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The team at this Grand Central-adjacent bistro takes its pancakes very seriously. Starting with a traditional buttermilk base, the restaurant offers fillings like blueberries, bananas, and chocolate chips. The pancakes are so fluffy and buttery, a scoop of butter on the side is unnecessary (but still worth piling on). The rest of the breakfast menu is just like diner fare: not fancy or terribly interesting, but always solid.

A stack of banana pancakes sits on a white plate, with sides of maple syrup and butter.
Banana pancakes from Pershing Square.
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8. King David Tacos

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11 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10010
(212) 520-7600
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Early risers near Madison Square Park have a breakfast taco option in King David Tacos, originally a Prospect Park cart that’s added this location in Manhattan. On Friday and Saturday starting at 8:30 a.m. (and Sunday starting at 9 a.m.), breakfast tacos are on offer, including the BPEC (bacon, potato, egg, and cheese), Queen Bean (refried beans, potato, egg, and cheese), and Or’izo (Mexican chorizo, potato, egg, and cheese).

A hand holds a breakfast taco half-wrapped in foil with a view of Madison Square Park in the background.
A BPEC from the King David Tacos cart in Madison Square Park.
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9. Daily Provisions

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103 E 19th St
New York, NY 10003
(212) 488-1505
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The breakfast menu here may not have a ton of variety, but of the handful of options, it’s impossible to go wrong. Bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches arrive hot and melty on pillowy brioche buns; the cafe’s legendary crullers are refreshed often with seasonal flavors; and flaky egg gougères stuffed with scrambled eggs make for a satisfying start to any weekday morning.

A close-up photo shows a plate of egg gougères, with one broken apart to display scrambled eggs inside.
Egg gougères from Daily Provisions.
Daily Provisions

10. Fairfax

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234 W 4th St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 933-1824
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Gabriel Stulman's charming aesthetic got a revamp when Perla flipped to Fairfax, an all-day cafe and wine bar resembling a living room. At breakfast time, settle into one of the leather couches or large armchairs for savory oatmeal, cheesy egg sandwiches, or avocado toast with cucumber, labneh, and za’atar. Served until 11:30 a.m. on weekdays.

11. Buvette

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42 Grove St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 255-3590
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The eggs at chef Jody Williams’s Grove Street charmer are cooked with the steam wand on the espresso machine, normally used to make a cappuccino — and they’re perfect. Starting at 8 a.m. daily, diners have the option of topping them with either smoked salmon or prosciutto. A waffle sandwich and plenty of pastries are also available at this petite restaurant.

Bartenders dressed in white pour glasses of wine for customers who are sitting on barstools.
The bar at Buvette.
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12. Brooklyn Kolache

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185 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012
(646) 559-2989
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Brooklyn Kolache, long a neighborhood staple in Bed-Stuy, expanded with a West Village outpost earlier this year. Order a handful of the sweet and savory Czech-Tex pastries — the jalapeño, egg, and cheese; and the cherry compote and sweet cheese options are not to be missed — and wash it down with a cup of coffee sourced from favorite NYC roaster Kitten Coffee.

A powdered sugar-topped, jam- and fruit-filled kolache pastry.
A puffy, sweet kolache.
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13. Veselka

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144 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003
(212) 228-9682
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This normally 24-hour Ukrainian diner offers breakfast all-day during its revised mid-pandemic operating hours, starting at 8 a.m. The menu has challah French toast, pancakes, waffles, and latkes served with sour cream and apple sauce. The blintzes and pierogis are especially great.

People gather on bikes outside Veselka while a patron in a white t-shirt and blue patterned shorts walks out; most are wearing face masks.
An afternoon crowd outside of Veselka.
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14. Black Seed Bagels

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176 1st Ave
New York, NY 10009
(646) 859-2289
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Black Seed is an East Village go-to for wood-fired bagels, offered with spreads or in sandwich form topped with bacon, egg and cheese; pastrami smoked salmon and scallion cream cheese; or egg and cheese. Seating inside the shop is limited, but the restaurant added a small outdoor patio to its space during the pandemic.

A bagel sandwich stuffed with pastrami and melty cheese is photographed on a light green and white background.
A pastrami, egg, and cheese sandwich from Black Seed.
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15. Downtown Bakery

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69 1st Ave
New York, NY 10003
(212) 254-1757
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When the morning calls for breakfast burritos, head to Downtown Bakery. The small shop is stocked with a wide variety of the cheesy, stuffed fare — including chorizo, steak, and veggies — and the bakery opens at 9 a.m. sharp everyday.

A foil-wrapped breakfast burrito cut open and the two halves placed side by side to show the insides with potatoes, cheese, egg, chorizo, and beans.
A breakfast burrito from Downtown Bakery.
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16. Davelle

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102 Suffolk St
New York, NY 10002
(646) 988-1973
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Open at 8 a.m. during the week and 9 a.m. on weekends, this stylish but sparse Japanese cafe serves breakfast toast sets that cost $9. Choose from pretty options like honey lemon, ham and egg, and cheese curry.

A snug cafe with high ceilings, a mirror, a single table, and a coffee menu written in cursive on paper.
The compact dining room at Davelle.
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17. Shopsin's

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88 Essex St
New York, NY 10002

The late Kenny Shopsin’s kids have kept this beloved diner going in its most recent iteration inside the Essex Market on the Lower East Side. The massive menu can be overwhelming to newcomers, but start with the “blisters on my sister” category, where anything from enchiladas to a skillet of rice and beans comes topped with two sunny-side up eggs. The banana pecan brown sugar pancakes are also a top choice. Note that Shopsins is closed Mondays and Tuesdays, and breakfast starts at 10 a.m.

An open kitchen with wooden booths and and high-top counters in the Essex Market
Shopsin’s at Essex Market
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18. Mei Lai Wah

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64 Bayard St
New York, NY 10013
(212) 966-7866

Breakfast is the ideal time to stop by Chinatown stalwart Mei Lai Wah, as they often sell out of their fresh-baked treats later in the day. Load up on puffy roast pork buns, pineapple pork buns, and custardy cocktail buns for a guaranteed good start to the day.

19. Kopitiam

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151 E Broadway
New York, NY 10002
(646) 894-7081
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All-day Malaysian cafe Kopitiam made a splash with its reopening a few years ago, expanding its menu to include more savory options, too. The sunny, colorful space, owned by chef Kyo Pang, kicks off breakfast service at 10 a.m. with dishes like kaya toast, half-boiled eggs with soy sauce and pepper, and fish ball soup.

Potted plants hang from the ceiling in a naturally lit dining room with bar stools, high-top counters, and exposed brick.
The dining room at Kopitiam.
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20. Hole in the Wall Cafe and Bar

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15 Cliff St
New York, NY 10038
(212) 602-9991
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This Australian cafe — with other locations in Murray Hill, Flatiron, and Bryant Park — offers up the breezy, down-under dishes for which the country is known. Avocado toast and flat whites are standout, as is the iced coffee come summer. Plus, there’s ample seating for a pre-work drop-by or a meeting, starting at 8:30 a.m. on weekdays.

Avocado toast is topped with lemon, cheese, tomato, egg, and black sesame seeds
Avocado toast from Hole in the Wall.
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21. George's New York

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89 Greenwich St
New York, NY 10006
(212) 269-8026
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Since the 1950s, George’s has been fueling the FiDi office crowd ahead of a day’s work. The no-nonsense diner is serving breakfast essentials like chocolate chip pancakes, eggs with hash browns, waffles, and omelets. The familial staff and setting at George’s are hard to find elsewhere.

The exterior of George’s with a large restaurant sign spelling out “George’s” displayed over the entrance.
George’s in FiDi.
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1. Harlem Biscuit Company

At 67Orange street, 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10026
A close-up photo of an unwrapped biscuit sandwich stuffed with fried chicken, pickles, and onion slices.
The Langston biscuit sandwich, made with fried chicken, pickles, onions, and chili garlic honey.
Erika Adams/Eater NY

It’s not unusual to encounter a line snaking out the door at this ongoing Harlem pop-up shop, and for good reason. Chef Melvin Johnson started Harlem Biscuit Company during the pandemic and quickly amassed fans for the shop’s buttery, flaky biscuits, sold alone and as the base for a range of stuffed biscuit sandwiches. Solid entry points include the Langston, piled high with fried chicken, pickles, onions, and chili garlic honey; or the Frederick, featuring a pork sausage patty, egg, cheese, and jerk honey.

At 67Orange street, 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026

2. E.A.T.

1064 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10028

Part of Eli Zabar’s east side empire, E.A.T. is a diner-cafe mix that blends American breakfast classics with Jewish fare. Sit in the checkered room for dishes such as a ratatouille omelet, cheese blintzes with apple sauce, or a bagel with sturgeon.

1064 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10028

3. Old John's Diner

148 W 67th St, New York, NY 10023
A person holds a bottle of carbonated water and pours some of it into a brown drink with white foam on top and a red and white straw sticking out of the side.
A chocolate egg cream at Old John’s Diner.
Molly Tavoletti/Eater NY

Upper West Side restaurant Old John’s Luncheonette was brought back to life earlier this year as Old John’s Diner, a revamped take on the 70-year-old neighborhood staple. Find breakfast diner classics like ham and cheese omelettes and chocolate chip waffles available every day from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

148 W 67th St
New York, NY 10023

4. Sullivan Street Bakery

533 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036
A small pancetta and egg sandwich is held in a hand.
The pancetta and egg sandwich at Sullivan Street Bakery.
Ryan Sutton/Eater NY

Even if unknowingly, many New Yorkers have tried the bread from Sullivan Street, since it’s sold to many restaurants around the city. The dishes are just as fantastic, especially the soft eggs with prosciutto on brioche, which come highly praised. The bakery opens daily at 8 a.m.

533 W 47th St
New York, NY 10036

5. Margon

136 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036
Wedges of lime sit next to a plate of roast pork topped with pickled onions.
Pork roast and salad at Margon.
Robert Sietsema/Eater NY

This Times Square counter is mobbed during lunchtime, but it's peaceful in the mornings before 10:30 a.m. During lunch its magnificent Cuban sandwiches are the clear choice, but breakfast calls for an egg platter or an omelet (all under $7), plus a Cuban coffee. This storefront can be easy to miss.

136 W 46th St
New York, NY 10036

6. Spanish Diner

10 Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001
A brightly lit dining room with an open kitchen space to the left and a dining area to the right with wooden tables and chairs
Spanish Diner at Mercado Little Spain.
Alex Staniloff/Eater NY

Humanitarian chef Jose Andres’ Hudson Yards food hall Mercado Little Spain houses a full-service diner that offers a lovely breakfast starting at 11:30 a.m. daily. Pair eggs with morcilla and other pork products, or try a variety of classic Spanish tortillas. Wander around the rest of the expansive and varied space if there’s a wait.

10 Hudson Yards
New York, NY 10001

7. Pershing Square

90 E 42nd St, New York, NY 10017
A stack of banana pancakes sits on a white plate, with sides of maple syrup and butter.
Banana pancakes from Pershing Square.
Erika Adams/Eater NY

The team at this Grand Central-adjacent bistro takes its pancakes very seriously. Starting with a traditional buttermilk base, the restaurant offers fillings like blueberries, bananas, and chocolate chips. The pancakes are so fluffy and buttery, a scoop of butter on the side is unnecessary (but still worth piling on). The rest of the breakfast menu is just like diner fare: not fancy or terribly interesting, but always solid.

90 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10017

8. King David Tacos

11 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010
A hand holds a breakfast taco half-wrapped in foil with a view of Madison Square Park in the background.
A BPEC from the King David Tacos cart in Madison Square Park.
Erika Adams/Eater NY

Early risers near Madison Square Park have a breakfast taco option in King David Tacos, originally a Prospect Park cart that’s added this location in Manhattan. On Friday and Saturday starting at 8:30 a.m. (and Sunday starting at 9 a.m.), breakfast tacos are on offer, including the BPEC (bacon, potato, egg, and cheese), Queen Bean (refried beans, potato, egg, and cheese), and Or’izo (Mexican chorizo, potato, egg, and cheese).

11 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10010

9. Daily Provisions

103 E 19th St, New York, NY 10003
A close-up photo shows a plate of egg gougères, with one broken apart to display scrambled eggs inside.
Egg gougères from Daily Provisions.
Daily Provisions

The breakfast menu here may not have a ton of variety, but of the handful of options, it’s impossible to go wrong. Bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches arrive hot and melty on pillowy brioche buns; the cafe’s legendary crullers are refreshed often with seasonal flavors; and flaky egg gougères stuffed with scrambled eggs make for a satisfying start to any weekday morning.

103 E 19th St
New York, NY 10003

10. Fairfax

234 W 4th St, New York, NY 10014

Gabriel Stulman's charming aesthetic got a revamp when Perla flipped to Fairfax, an all-day cafe and wine bar resembling a living room. At breakfast time, settle into one of the leather couches or large armchairs for savory oatmeal, cheesy egg sandwiches, or avocado toast with cucumber, labneh, and za’atar. Served until 11:30 a.m. on weekdays.

234 W 4th St
New York, NY 10014

11. Buvette

42 Grove St, New York, NY 10014
Bartenders dressed in white pour glasses of wine for customers who are sitting on barstools.
The bar at Buvette.
Daniel Krieger/Eater NY

The eggs at chef Jody Williams’s Grove Street charmer are cooked with the steam wand on the espresso machine, normally used to make a cappuccino — and they’re perfect. Starting at 8 a.m. daily, diners have the option of topping them with either smoked salmon or prosciutto. A waffle sandwich and plenty of pastries are also available at this petite restaurant.

42 Grove St
New York, NY 10014

12. Brooklyn Kolache

185 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
A powdered sugar-topped, jam- and fruit-filled kolache pastry.
A puffy, sweet kolache.
Dara Pollak/Brooklyn Kolache

Brooklyn Kolache, long a neighborhood staple in Bed-Stuy, expanded with a West Village outpost earlier this year. Order a handful of the sweet and savory Czech-Tex pastries — the jalapeño, egg, and cheese; and the cherry compote and sweet cheese options are not to be missed — and wash it down with a cup of coffee sourced from favorite NYC roaster Kitten Coffee.

185 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012

13. Veselka

144 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
People gather on bikes outside Veselka while a patron in a white t-shirt and blue patterned shorts walks out; most are wearing face masks.
An afternoon crowd outside of Veselka.
Gary He/Eater NY

This normally 24-hour Ukrainian diner offers breakfast all-day during its revised mid-pandemic operating hours, starting at 8 a.m. The menu has challah French toast, pancakes, waffles, and latkes served with sour cream and apple sauce. The blintzes and pierogis are especially great.

144 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003

14. Black Seed Bagels

176 1st Ave, New York, NY 10009
A bagel sandwich stuffed with pastrami and melty cheese is photographed on a light green and white background.
A pastrami, egg, and cheese sandwich from Black Seed.
Max Flatow/Black Seed

Black Seed is an East Village go-to for wood-fired bagels, offered with spreads or in sandwich form topped with bacon, egg and cheese; pastrami smoked salmon and scallion cream cheese; or egg and cheese. Seating inside the shop is limited, but the restaurant added a small outdoor patio to its space during the pandemic.

176 1st Ave
New York, NY 10009

15. Downtown Bakery

69 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003
A foil-wrapped breakfast burrito cut open and the two halves placed side by side to show the insides with potatoes, cheese, egg, chorizo, and beans.
A breakfast burrito from Downtown Bakery.
Erika Adams/Eater NY

When the morning calls for breakfast burritos, head to Downtown Bakery. The small shop is stocked with a wide variety of the cheesy, stuffed fare — including chorizo, steak, and veggies — and the bakery opens at 9 a.m. sharp everyday.

69 1st Ave
New York, NY 10003

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16. Davelle

102 Suffolk St, New York, NY 10002
A snug cafe with high ceilings, a mirror, a single table, and a coffee menu written in cursive on paper.
The compact dining room at Davelle.
Jean Schwarzwalder/Eater NY

Open at 8 a.m. during the week and 9 a.m. on weekends, this stylish but sparse Japanese cafe serves breakfast toast sets that cost $9. Choose from pretty options like honey lemon, ham and egg, and cheese curry.

102 Suffolk St
New York, NY 10002

17. Shopsin's

88 Essex St, New York, NY 10002
An open kitchen with wooden booths and and high-top counters in the Essex Market
Shopsin’s at Essex Market
Alex Staniloff/Eater

The late Kenny Shopsin’s kids have kept this beloved diner going in its most recent iteration inside the Essex Market on the Lower East Side. The massive menu can be overwhelming to newcomers, but start with the “blisters on my sister” category, where anything from enchiladas to a skillet of rice and beans comes topped with two sunny-side up eggs. The banana pecan brown sugar pancakes are also a top choice. Note that Shopsins is closed Mondays and Tuesdays, and breakfast starts at 10 a.m.

88 Essex St
New York, NY 10002

18. Mei Lai Wah

64 Bayard St, New York, NY 10013

Breakfast is the ideal time to stop by Chinatown stalwart Mei Lai Wah, as they often sell out of their fresh-baked treats later in the day. Load up on puffy roast pork buns, pineapple pork buns, and custardy cocktail buns for a guaranteed good start to the day.

64 Bayard St
New York, NY 10013

19. Kopitiam

151 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
Potted plants hang from the ceiling in a naturally lit dining room with bar stools, high-top counters, and exposed brick.
The dining room at Kopitiam.
Jean Schwarzwalder/Eater NY

All-day Malaysian cafe Kopitiam made a splash with its reopening a few years ago, expanding its menu to include more savory options, too. The sunny, colorful space, owned by chef Kyo Pang, kicks off breakfast service at 10 a.m. with dishes like kaya toast, half-boiled eggs with soy sauce and pepper, and fish ball soup.

151 E Broadway
New York, NY 10002

20. Hole in the Wall Cafe and Bar

15 Cliff St, New York, NY 10038
Avocado toast is topped with lemon, cheese, tomato, egg, and black sesame seeds
Avocado toast from Hole in the Wall.
Serena Dai/Eater

This Australian cafe — with other locations in Murray Hill, Flatiron, and Bryant Park — offers up the breezy, down-under dishes for which the country is known. Avocado toast and flat whites are standout, as is the iced coffee come summer. Plus, there’s ample seating for a pre-work drop-by or a meeting, starting at 8:30 a.m. on weekdays.

15 Cliff St
New York, NY 10038

21. George's New York

89 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10006
The exterior of George’s with a large restaurant sign spelling out “George’s” displayed over the entrance.
George’s in FiDi.
Erika Adams/Eater NY

Since the 1950s, George’s has been fueling the FiDi office crowd ahead of a day’s work. The no-nonsense diner is serving breakfast essentials like chocolate chip pancakes, eggs with hash browns, waffles, and omelets. The familial staff and setting at George’s are hard to find elsewhere.

89 Greenwich St
New York, NY 10006

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