Any ideas? Preferably somewhere that takes reservations, or where there won't be too long a wait. Traditional/American is good, but I'm up for pretty much anything.
bistro 61 (american/french) on 61st and 1st has a good brunch- and theyre rarely packed. I also like portofino (italian) on 63rd? and 1st. Cacio e pepe is nice too, on lex. i cant remember the cross street, but its in the 60s.
Brio on 61st between lex and park. Surprisingly excellent eggs and bloody marys for an Italian restaurant!
bastet212, i think you might be referring to Pane e Vino. I don't recommend - ok food, but really, REALLY abysmal service.
Thanks- Bistro 61 and Brio both look really good.
Ping An Mien, a Chinese Family Noodle Story
Brunch in East Village
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