There are few things better in this city than a fresh, warm bagel. Throw in some other delicious, well-executed breakfast staples and a space ten times cooler than your corner deli, and you’ve got yourself a trendy brunch at Sadelle’s. Read our full review, here.
With literal towers of bagels adorned with capers and fresh smoked salmon being whisked around you by waiters in chic diner-spinoff uniforms, you might find yourself asking, “Is this some kind of brunch dream?” No, this is real life.
Sadelle’s isn’t the kind of place you roll out of bed and show up to. This is a place to see and be seen, with throngs of good-looking diners waiting for their tables and watching you eat.
You want an outfit that complements your hip environment. It merits leather and fur accents, with cool sneakers, fancy leggings (room for bagels!), and a statement coat and clutch. You’ll be roomy and comfortable after polishing off two bagels without sacrificing your downtown style.