This theme week comes with a choice of toast: wheat, rye, white, sourdough, or raisin-walnut.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s also a meal that many New Yorkers skip, which is a shame, because the restaurants of this city do some amazing things before 11 a.m. The five boroughs are full of venerable greasy spoons, fancy hotel restaurants, chic cafes, and mom-and-pops peddling breakfast dishes from around the globe.
From now until Friday afternoon, Eater NY will be celebrating New York’s great morning meals and the people that make them. Stay tuned for maps, lists, dining guides, and photo essays, plus a deep dive into bagel production and distribution.
To kick things off, here’s a look at how April Bloomfield makes one of New York’s greatest breakfasts at The Breslin:
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