Whether you're on the go during the week or want a classic sit down bottomless brunch we've included all options in the city that never sleeps. 

Elsie Rooftop
Elsie Rooftop's High Tea Brunch with Lady Mendl takes place over two seatings at 11:30am and 2:30pm every Saturday afternoon. It's a high tea experience like no other. Guests are treated to a delicious assortment sweet and savory brunch items complemented by tea infused cocktails and spiked hot tea. Brunch service includes Truffle Grilled Cheese with Bacon, Black Angus Sliders and Wild Mushroom Flatbread as well as an assortment of sweet and savory pastries. Hot Tea-Infused Cocktails include a Chamomile Honey Toddy, Bourbon Peach Green Tea and an Earl Grey Old Fashioned. Enjoy a pot of tea to share for two people with flavors such as Assam Black Tea, Jasmine Petal Tea and Mint Verbena Tea. Then it's time for the show unlike anything you've seen before dark. Lady Mendl and her talented collection of fabulous friends delight and dazzle the crowd with their various talents.  It's a high energy experience that's guaranteed to brighten your spirits, especially in the dead of winter.  

Sir Henri Penthouse Rooftop
Sir Henri Penthouse Rooftop atop Hotel Henri is hosting a brand new Penthouse Bottomless Brunch & Day Party providing an elevated brunch experience with music from NYC's top local DJs every Saturday. The weekly Saturday brunch party is offered from 12pm - 5pm and the DJ will play till 7pm. Enjoy the finer things in life with their Hakuna Mimosa option for $45 which includes an entrée and 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, Mimosas, Bellinis or Sangria or their R.B.F. (Resting Brunch Face) option for $55, which includes an entrée and 90 minutes of Mimosas, Prosecco, Bellinis, Sangria, Well Cocktails, or Rum Punch. Entrees include Chicken & Waffle Sliders, which includes four sliders drizzled with house-made honey sriracha syrup, an Omelet with the option of mixed vegetables, ham & cheese, or cheese, served with breakfast potatoes or Shrimp & Grits drizzled with a house-made Remoulade. 

Ainslie


Ainslie features a heavenly unlimited brunch, which includes a two hour unlimited cocktail option for $28 p/p with drinks like their house spiked iced tea called Me Last Night, Road House Bloody Mary or the classic Mimosa with the purchase of any brunch entree. Executive Chef John DeLucie is serving up delicious dishes including a Mushroom Omelette with three eggs, mushrooms & parmigiano, Baked Truffle Eggs with creamy polenta and mushroom, the Ainslie Burger with prosciutto, and Gorgonzola dolce on brioche, Pancakes & Gelato topped with vanilla chocolate chip gelato, Penne Alla Vodka with tomato cream sauce and the Margherita pizza with tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and basil and more 

Clinton Hall
Clinton Hall features 90 minutes of bottomless drinks for $24 p/p with the purchase of any entree from 11am - 3pm at their 51st St., 36th St., and Williamsburg locations and from 11:30am - 3:30pm at their FiDi location. Entrees include Executive Chef Darryl Harmon's Down South Frittata with three farm fresh eggs, crumbled bacon, swiss cheese, potato hash browns, peppers, onions, a buttermilk biscuit and sausage gravy, The Brunch Burger with a farm fresh egg, boursin cheese, smoked bacon and CH sauce, and The Hangover Hungry Man with hanger steak, farm fresh eggs any style, salsa verde and tater tot home fries. 

Ten Hope
Ten Hope (10 Hope St.) offers up bottomless brunch on the weekends from 11:30am - 4pm. For $15 p/p with the purchase of an entree, you get one hour of unlimited Bloody Marys, Mimosas & Screwdrivers with your brunch with dishes like the Bacon Egg & Cheese Flatbread Sandwich with scrambled Eggs, apple smoked Bacon & Kasseri cheese, Greek Yogurt Pancakes with roasted Apples, whipped butter & maple syrup, and the Sunflower Salad with Jerusalem Artichoke Tabbouleh, Sprouts, Seeds, Black & White Vinaigrette.

Utsav
Utsav, located in the heart of Times Square at 1185 6th Ave features a daily lunch buffet for $22.95 a person Monday - Friday from 12pm - 2:30pm and on Saturday and Sundays for $24.95. Delicious Indian options include Tandoori Chicken, vegetarian and non vegetarian offerings in addition to Fresh Naan, Lentils, Saffron Rice and an assortment of salads and Raita. The restaurant has the highest volume lunch buffet in Times Square and is also celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year.

Brooklyn Chop House

Brooklyn Chop House just introduced an irresistible Restaurant Year lunch menu to delight the downtown lunch crowd. The restaurant’s new three course lunch menu is offered from Monday - Friday, from 11:30pm - 4pm year-round for $24.95 with the option of a Martini for an additional $11. Mouth-watering appetizers include a choice of French Onion Soup Dumplings, Chicken Satays, a Mixed Green Salad or Vegetable Spring Rolls. Entrees include a Brooklyn Chop House Burger or Impossible Burger served with fries on a toasted bao bun, Beef & Broccoli, Green Shrimp, Sweet Black Bean Beijing Chicken, a Steak Sandwich with fries on a toasted garlic bun, a Grilled Chicken Breast Sandwich with avocado and a 12oz Dry Aged NY Strip Steak with fries, which is offered for a $15 supplement. Desserts include ice cream or sorbet, tea or coffee, as well as a dessert of the day. 

Beyond Sushi

Beyond Sushi's Executive Chef Guy Vaknin offers an express lunch with options like the Smoky Jack sushi roll with pickled cabbage, mango, hickory smoked jackfruit, watercress, mint, dehydrated olives with black rice, topped with a tomato guajillo sauce. Chipotle Seitan skewers are also on the menu with baby watercress, red onions,sumac, cilantro, tahini and pomegranate molasses as well as the Kefta Kebab with baby kale, red onion, sumac, parsley, tahini. The Kale Yeah Dumpling is also on the lunch menu and features smoked seitan, kale, shallots, garlic, kale chips, lemon panko and a tomato guajillo sauce. Additional options include Hummus and Fava Bean Dip in addition to a Beet Drop Salad with baby kale, tri colored beets, pistachios, feta, avocado, baked tofu and a red wine shallot vinaigrette and the Main Squeeze Salad with baby watercress, red onions, sliced portabella, pickled red cabbage, avocado, figs, cashews, lemon and evoo.  Beyond Sushi has seven locations in NYC.  

Hole in the Wall

Hole in the Wall has a FiDi location at 15 Cliff Street and now a much larger new location in Murray Hill at 626 1st Avenue/  Both locations serve breakfast and brunch choices from Executive Chef Brent Hudson like Avocado Toast with a poached egg and option to add bacon, Pulled Pork Benedict with poached eggs on sourdough toast, Chili Scrambled Eggs with tomato salsa, Salted Caramel Whipped Waffles with Ricotta, Brulee banana and mixed compote. Lattes, macchiatos, cappuccinos, hot or iced are also on the menu along with delicious shakes like one that pays homage to the owner's Aussie roots in the form of a Tim Tam Shake.  And since nothing goes better with brunch then a tasty cocktail, enjoy classics like a Moscow Mule or combine your love of coffee and cocktails with an Espresso Martini.

Carnegie Diner & Cafe

Carnegie Diner & Cafe is located at 205 West 57th Street off 7th Avenue, steps from the iconic Carnegie Hall in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The new diner and cafe offers classic breakfast favorites like eggs & omelettes, buttermilk pancakes, waffles, burgers, sandwiches and more. Additional specialties include Salted Caramel Waffles, Lobster Benedict and a Morning Sunshine Burger with a fried egg. It pays homage to the diners of yesteryear in its design but has a menu made for today, with something for everyone.