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National French Toast Day Guide: NYC

French toast? Oui s’il vous plait! Today marks one of the most delicious and sweet holidays: National French Toast Day! While the Bitches love a good savory egg dish, we can’t deny that French toast is one of the absolute best brunch inventions to date.

Looking for something sweet? Below is a guide to our favorite French toasts. Bon appétit!

Nomad Brunch


If you want to wet your French toast palette without it being the main event of brunch, check out Nomad’s smaller-portioned but equally amazing French toast with candied walnuts, apples, and a sweet sauce. 1170 Broadway

Eatery Brunch

Eatery Brunch

Eatery’s stuffed French toast comes equipped with a banana cream cheese filling, covered in Vermont Maple syrup, served with a few scoops of vanilla ice cream. They also serve a corn-flake crusted French toast with orange marmalade and fresh berries. Prepare for rich, but delicious! 798 9th Ave.

Central Park Boathouse

Central Park Boathouse Brunch

The Central Park Boathouse offers a challah French toast with Gran Marnier banana berry compote that is to die for! It is rich and decadent without being too sweet. You may want to order two so you can avoid sharing! E 72nd St.

Greenwich Street Tavern

Greenwich Street Tavern Brunch

If you have a strong sweet tooth, Greenwich Street Tavern is the place for your French toast needs. Their banana foster French toast is a solid, no-frills French toast without any extra bells and whistles. Is it just me, or are banana’s the perfect topping for a fabulous French toast? 399 Greenwich St.

Pounds & Ounces 
Pounds & Ounces Brunch

Stuffed challah French toast, crispy on the outside, creamy and sweet on the inside makes Pounds and Ounces a great option for the holiday. The passion fruit version is my particular favorite. 160 8th Ave.

Happy brunching beauties!



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