Best Upper West Side Brunch Spots

Good Enough to Eat

How lucky are we that Chef Carrie Levin choose the Upper West Side for her hugely successful “traditional American cuisine”, opened in 1981.  Levin’s training began in France, then continued in England before apprenticing at the Four Seasons. Highlights include the biscuits with strawberry butter, and the items named for NYC neighborhoods, like the Little Italy, and the Gramercy Park. That should elicit some interesting table discussion.  Their extensive list of “extras” should fill any gap on your plate. 520 Columbus Avenue (at 85th St.)

best upper west side brunch spots

best upper west side brunch spots

 

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MJ Goff

MJ Goff

Freelance writer and author, MJ Hanley-Goff, found her life's passion while composing high school essays. Since then, she's enjoyed a successful writing career which began at Long Island's Newsday, and then moved to the Times Herald-Record in Orange County. She's a regular contributor to Orange Magazine which covers the talented craftspeople of the area, and to the award-winning site, WomanAroundTown.com, which features entertainment, book reviews, and trending topics of interest to its New York City audience. The mom of "the best two daughters," MJ is also a writing teacher, high school essay helper, and book coach. Read her blogs at www.JoyfulWriting.com.
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