If you find yourself in New York and want to grab some brunch in a cute French place, then Cafe Cluny is your place. Nestled away in the West Village on West 4th street, brunch here is all about the eggs and the New York special – the mimosa.
So grab a partner in crime and settle down for some gossiping, New York brunch style. And then afterwards get an ice-cream at their outside cart and wander down West 4th street in the sunshine. What a perfect Sunday!
We headed here for brunch on Saturday. Situated in Saint-Germain this place is all about the EGGS! A perfect brunch for me. It’s hidden on a back street and is just a small shop front. You enter to a coffee bar and take the stairs up to the first floor where there is more seating.
The floor is uneven and the walls were seriously wonky but it all adds to the charm of the place.
We had lots of Eggs Benedict and coffee –perfect.
For more info visit Eggs & Co.
Image courtesy of Seamus Walsh
If you’re stuck for ideas for brunch, then head to Marylebone High Street to the Providores and Tapa Room on the ground floor. You will need to get there early to avoid the queue. A good trick is to get there at 10am when they open as then you will be guaranteed a table. If not, queue as it’s worth it.
The tables against the back wall are the best, or if you are lucky the window table to watch the world go by. The window table is also great if you are on your own, as there are plenty of magazines to keep you busy as the breakfast unfolds.
The food is delicious, eat as much as you can. Then head off for a meander up and down the high street to find things, you don’t maybe need, but you will love.
For more information visit Providores.