The Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunches in NYC

The Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunches in NYC

by Kamilah Darling
12.27.2010

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: Bao Noodles
391 Second Avenue
New York, New York 10010
(212) 725-7770

The heavily praised Bao Noodles provides patrons with exquisite and authentic Vietnamese fare and they will continue to please on New Year’s Day. Pho – an excellent hangover dish, we might add - will be on special for $9.99 at their New Year’s Day brunch. This deal also includes your choice of spring roll, summer roll or papaya salad. You’ll feel better just thinking about it.
 

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: Esperanto
145 Avenue C
New York, New York 10009
(212) 505-6559

Esperanto wants to take care of you after your New Year’s Eve out on the town. They know it’s probably going to be hard for you to get out of bed, so they’ll be serving their stellar brunch from 11AM until 8PM. Brunch is only $9.99 and served with coffee and your choice of mimosa, bloody mary, screwdriver or orange juice. The brunch menu is enormous and full of the kind of hearty South American flavor that’ll snap you out of it in no time.

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: The Sunburnt Cow
137 Avenue C
New York, New York 10009
(212) 529-0005

All three of the restaurants in the Moo Life Restaurant Group (Sunburnt Cow, Sunburnt Calf, Bondi Road) are offering the same deal - $18 endless brunch. Yes, “endless.” With savory and sweet selections, this sounds more like a late holiday present than a New Year’s Day celebration. The only problem will be deciding which of the restaurants you want to brunch at – the summery atmosphere of the Sunburnt Calf, the sleek modernity of Bondi Road, or quirky artsy vibe of the Sunburnt Cow? It’s definitely a difficult choice.

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: Andaz Fifth Avenue
485 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10017
(212) 601-1234

Are you the kind of partier that never wants to go home? Consider this booking a room at Andaz Fifth Avenue at the end of your night and you’ll enjoy a complimentary gourmet brunch on New Year’s Day from 10AM until 2PM. Schaller & Weber cured meats, house baked pastries, greek yogurt and unlimited Bellinis and Bloody Marys are just a few of the treats Andaz has lined up for its patrons.

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: Maialino at Gramercy Park Hotel
2 Lexington Avenue
New York, New York 10011
(212) 777-2410

In some cultures it’s believed that the way you spend New Year’s Day will set the standard for the rest of your year. If there’s any truth to these myths then, you might want to head over to Maialino at the Gramercy Park Hotel on January 1st between 10AM and 2PM. Soak in the cozy yet classy ambiance, and enjoy their world class creations (such as ricotta pancakes topped with apple compote).

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: Recette
328 West 12th Street
New York, New York 10014
(212) 414-3000

Recette’s simple, yet classic take on cuisine is definitely what you’ll want to experience on New Year’s Day if you’re still overwhelmed from the night before. The restaurant is popular for its small plate, tapas style fare and brunch is no different. Get exotic with the Buffalo Sweetbread Sandwich, be traditional and have two fried eggs with bacon, potatoes and toast or do a quirky combination of the two with the PB&J “Pain Perdue.”

Best New Year's Day Hangover Brunch: The Carlyle Restaurant
35 East 76th Street
New York, New York 10021
(212) 744-1600

?All of you socialites who haven’t quite wound down from the excitement of New Year’s Eve should consider brunching at the Carlyle, the Upper East Side hotel that’s famous for celeb sightings, timeless elegance and delicious food. From the Lobster Omelet to Carpegna Prosciutto, there’s no going wrong at the Carlyle.


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