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New York Fashion Week Brunch Guide

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Fashion-forward bitches, may I have your attention please. It is officially New York Fashion Week. Bring on the runways and the fabulous designs, this is one week you won’t want to miss. While the Bitches love their fashion, what we love just a little bit more is brunch. So here you are, fashionistas:your very own NYFW Brunch Survival Guide. Happy brunching!

This year there has been a change of venue. Lincoln Center is a thing of the past, and the tents have been primarily re-staked in two new locations: Skylight at Moynihan Station and Skylight Clarkson Square, although chic shows are popping up all over the city. Here’s where to fuel up in between presentations this NYFW.

Where to Brunch Near Skylight Moynihan Station: Chelsea Brunches

Pounds & Ounces

Pounds & Ounces Brunch

The chef is a delight, the food is to die for and the drinks are delicious. Pounds & Ounces is a fabulous stop for any hungry fashionista looking for a plate full of fresh ingredients served with an aesthetically pleasing ambiance. May I suggest the stuff French toast made with guava? Read our review here.

160 8th Ave.
(646) 449-8150



Anywhere that serves a bacon cinnamon roll is alright by us! Bustling with energy and offering up good food, Cookshop is a great place to go if you’re looking for a fun time. Word of warning, the wait can be long. Read our review here.

156 10th Ave
(212) 924–4440


Cafeteria Brunch

Diner brunch meets a fun and flippant vibe at Cafeteria. The maple almond granola served with fresh fruit, low fat Greek yogurt, and organic honey is great for a light breakfast and the restaurant also serves up some killer avocado toast. Read our review here.

119 7th Ave.
(212) 414-1717

Tipsy Parson

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Looking for a little charm with your brunch? Tipsy Parson offers both a charming ambiance, as well as a unique menu with fantastic options and wonderful service. You can even create your own biscuit dish to fuel up an afternoon of shows and presentations. Read our review here.

156 9th Ave.
(212) 620-4545

Gallow Green

Gallow Green Brunch

Who doesn’t love a rooftop brunch? Located atop Sleep No More’s McKittrick Hotel, Gallow Green offers unlimited food along with our favorite: unlimited drinks! Eat to your hearts content on this adorably
floral rooftop, while sipping on mimosas, bloody Marys, Bellinis, and coffee. Read our review here.

542 W. 27th St.
(212) 564-1662

Where to Brunch Near Skylight Clarkson Square: SoHo, TriBeCa & Greenwich Village Brunches

Doma Na Rohu

Doma Brunch

If you find yourself craving grandma’s cooking, and your grandma happens to be from Eastern Europe, then Doma Na Rohu is your definite brunch decision. The restaurant is charming and warm, full of bookish people enjoying their mornings and delicious food. There’s a restaurant cat, so those with allergies may not find this spot right for them. Read our review here.

27 Morton St
(Greenwich Village)
(212) 929-4339

Locanda Verde

Locanda Verde Brunch

Lemon ricotta pancakes with blueberry and meyer lemon curd. Even if you aren’t a fan of lemon, these are definitely a delight you will want to dig into. The vibe is trendy and inviting and the waiters really know their stuff. We definitely recommend Locanda Verde. Read our review here.

377 Greenwich St.
(212) 925-3797

Sacred Chow

Sacred Chow Brunch

Vegan and kosher delights await you here. Almond milk lattes grace the menu and the charming ambiance shouldn’t be missed. Don’t worry meat-eaters; there are menu items for you too. Read our review here.

227 Sullivan St.
(Greenwich Village)
(212) 337-0863

Cafe Select

Cafe Select Brunch

I love avocado, I love toast, and Cafe Select puts them together beautifully. An unpretentious SoHo café with a chic European feels is sure to please. Enjoy a little Swiss charm, good eats, and people watching out on the front patio. Read our review here.

212 Lafayette St.
(212) 925-9322

The Dutch

The Dutch Brunch

If you’re looking to take a post-brunch stroll, then the Dutch is the place to enjoy brunch. The area is amazing and the atmosphere inside is lovely. We definitely suggest trying the hot fried chicken with honey butter biscuits and slaw. They have our token Southerner’s approval! Read our review here.

11 Sullivan St.
(212) 677-6200

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