NEW YORK - April is brunch month.
If you're one of those people that love to brunch all day, you might want to check out Carnegie Diner & Cafe on West 57th Street outside of Carnegie Hall.
"I hate when I go to places, and they're like oh we serve this between 7 and 11 and or we serve this between 3 and 4," said Stathis Antonakopoulos, Owner of Carnegie Diner & Cafe.
Some favorites include the steak and eggs, double stacked buttermilk pancakes, lobster avocado toast, or their signature "egg-strami," a pastrami sandwich with eggs.
Opened in 2019, Carnegie not only survived the pandemic, it's thriving and expanding. They will be opening their third restaurant in the Times Square area near 8th and 50th Street.
"People love us, we love them, it's all about making people happy," Antonakopoulos said.
Ten Hope Brooklyn
If you’re looking for a brunch spot in Brooklyn, try Ten Hope in Williamsburg.
The chef-driven Mediterranean inspired cuisine is a big hit with tourists and New Yorkers.
Their new brunch deal offers a generous 90 minutes of bottomless brunch for $35 per person with an entrée.
Their menu boasts an array of mouthwatering options like their assorted dips: whipped feta and baba ganoush.
Be sure to grab a table in the outdoor garden, Ten Hope's brunch is sure to delight your taste buds and satisfy your brunch cravings.
Other Restaurants to Try:
It's ok to brunch all day long at LOULOU's on 176 8th Avenue in Chelsea. Chill is the vibe around here.
The exposed brick and soft lighting make it a brunch to remember.
The cocktails are funky, instagram,-worthy, and oh yeah, there's even a speakeasy in the basement.
The name Loulou is also the name of the owners dog, a rescue from Puerto Rico who hangs out with the staff at the restaurant.
"She’s always in the restaurant walking around saying hi to people," owner, Mathis Van Leyden said.
Leyden also said no matter what time of day you show up the ham and cheese sandwich will always be on the menu.