The Meatpacking district is one of the most glamorous neighborhoods in the city. There is an abundance of things to do from exploring The Highline, hiding out on a rooftop, shopping, culture, nightlife and dining of course. We’ve rounded up the absolute best places to brunch in Meatpacking whether you’re looking for a party vibe or a laid back meal.
This hotspot is located in the heart of Meatpacking. Put on your dancing shoes on and get ready for a day party with a side of brunch. Enjoy dishes like avocado toast (or as they call it “eggs & avocat”) and classic items like the croque madame. Before you know it, this place will fill up and the Champagne bottles will be popping. Read the review, here.
Bagatelle, 1 Little W 12th St, New York, NY 10014, (212) 488-2110
The seafood hotpot has been a bustling staple just shy of a decade. It’s not just about their food and drinks though; it’s quite the place for nightlife and spotting celebs. The multi-level restaurant has four floors including a rooftop for dining. The brunch menu is impressive, spanning a range of options split into various categories. There’s a raw bar, cold selection, hot entrées, sweets, eggs, grains and greens, and breads and spreads. Read our recent review here.
CATCH, 21 9th Ave, New York, NY (212) 392-5978
The charming French bistro is prominently located right on Little W 12th street. CoCo radiates Parisian glamour with a New York edge through art, fashion, culture, and entertainment influences. As you walk in, you’ll be greeted by beautiful gold walls and accents, faux shearling lined chairs, and marble top tables. The restaurant serves up a seriously stylish brunch. Right now, CoCo has a solid brunch special where a cool $35 includes an entrée and 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys. There’s also a prix-fixe option for $39 sans alcohol that includes a shared starter, one entrée, and dessert. We loved the Scandinavian eggs and creamy burrata on tomato coulis. Read the review here.
Old Rose at the Jane Hotel
Old Rose is a charming restaurant to snap some cute shots of your squad. The chic space has great service and solid food. Old Rose has become known for its incredibly flavorful pizzas served throughout the day. We definitely consider this a recurring place to visit away for just about any meal. The Bitches give it five Champagne flutes. Read the review here.
Old Rose, 113 Jane St, New York, NY, (212) 255-4143
The home furnishings retailer turned experiential and dining destination follows footstep from the LA and Chicago locations.. To get to RH Rooftop, you have to make your way through the store lobby to a glass elevator. On your ascent, you’ll see three more floors of their trademark beautiful home furniture displays, flashing by like a dreamscape. Each table is adorned with a stunning crystal chandelier. After a glamorous brunch filled with standard American fare, step out to the wine terrace for some day-time imbibing with views of One World Trade. Read about our experience here.
Escape to the Italian countryside at Santina for an incredible brunch and a guaranteed good time. The space is bright and airy and the cocktails are incredible. Plus it’s around the corner from The Whitney so you can head to the museum right after. Read about our amazing brunch experience here.
Santina, 820 Washington St, New York, NY, (212) 254-3000
Stop into The Chester for brunch, housed in the trendy Gansevoort Hotel. The Chester has a solid but elevated brunch in a fun beer garden space. This is our top choice for when the weather is warm. Read the full review here.
The Chester, 18 9th Ave, New York, NY, (646) 253-2284
You can’t brunch any closer to the highline unless you’re at Untitled. It’s nestled into the bottom corner of The Whitney, but high ceilings paired with floor-to-ceiling windows makes the space feel inviting. The space is super contemporary yet simple. Brunch is also superb. Read about our experience here.
Untitled, 99 Gansevoort St, New York, NY, (212) 570-3670