Having given you a guide on the best tequila bars in NYC we felt it was only fair to provide you with some respite from the inevitable problem of a hangover. Hence, we have compiled a list of the best breakfast sandwiches in the Big Apple.
A traditional New York breakfast sandwich usually comprises of bagels, eggs and cheese. However, some places throughout the city have begun making more unusual sandwiches to keep your taste buds guessing.
The traditional breakfast butty is given a twist with an extra helping of cheese and rashers of smoked bacon in an English muffin. Perfect to soak up the left over alcohol!
254 Bleecker St., New York, NY 10014 888.MY.CHEEZ www.murrayscheese.com/
The Portuguese influences are evident in many of the sandwiches from this little deli, including the Bench girl that is filled with an omelet, melted mozzarella, grilled onions, spinach, and Portuguese Alheira-a chicken and pork sausage! Perfect!
649 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036 (646) 684-3916 citysandwichnyc.com/
The Breslin Bar & Dining room
Best know for its array of fried foods, The Breslin offers a fried banana and peanut butter sandwich. The centre is filled with rich, creamy peanut butter and bourbon! Hair of the dog within a delicious treat!
16 W 29th St, New York, NY 10001 (212) 679-1939 thebreslin.com/
And there you have it, FeelNYC´s guide to the best morning sandwiches! You will have no complaints after one of these delicious morning delights.
Everyone has had a bad experience with tequila. Everyone. Here at FeelNYC we know all about those bad experiences and we also know that it can often be attributed to low quality tequila. Thus, we have come up with a review of the top 3 tequila bars in NYC which stock only high quality products, reducing the chances of that all too familiar headache. I said reducing.
This tequila bar and restaurant in the west village has previously been recognized as the best tequila bar by the New York magazine and the best margarita bar by the Food Network. Stocking over 100 different tequilas, you will be spoiled for choice. Don´t worry though, one of their mixologists will be happy to recommend a tipple tailored to your taste!
140 7th Ave South, New York, NY 212-989-2100 agaveny.com/
The east village has built a reputation for being the place to go out drinking. Mayahuel contributes to this reputation with its classy interior and equally classy drinks list. Serving a wide selection of both tequila and mescal, this bar is the perfect place to start a night out. We recommend trying the classic margarita made with tequila blanca, Cointreau and lime juice; a proper drink!
304 East 6th Street, New York, NY (212) 253-5888 mayahuelny.com/
Gabriela´s Mexican Restaurant and tequila bar
This upper west side Mexican restaurant is famous among locals not only for their delicious Mexican food but their sweet cocktails too. Try one of their classic mango and strawberry margaritas, they go down a treat.
688 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY (212) 961-9600 www.gabrielas.com/
So there you have it, FeelNYC´s review of the best tequila bars in New York. The only problem you might have is the hangover the following morning.
We´ve done reviews on where to get the best coffee or hot chocolate, but what goes best with a cup of joe? Yes, a sticky bun or a delicious pastry. Here at FeelNYC we have been round the city trying out bakeries in order to come up with the 3 best places to indulge in some Danish goodness!
Pecan sticky buns, The Queens
More widely known in the area for their grilles cheese sandwhiches, The Queens also makes a mean pecan sticky bun, perfect for the morning with a cup of their freshly made coffee!
40-17 Broadway, Queens, NY718-777-0913
Cinnamon rolls, Clementine Bakery
Located between Clinton Hill and Bed-Stuy is the sweetest little vegan shop around. Their cinnamon rolls are to die for! The perfect place for anyone with allergies thanks to their gluten free options.
299 Greene Ave.Brooklyn, NY , 718.483.8788
Raisin Swirl, Croissanteria
Located in the east village, Croissanteria has a wide selection of pastries and buns for whatever your mood. Perfect for the morning with an espresso. They also offer lunch time croissants with various fillings.
68 Avenue A New York, NY
With this short guide from FeelNYC you should have no problems finding the perfect snack to go with your morning coffee!
Now everyone knows that New York is famed for its bagels, it´s an iconic bread that is sold all over the world. However, there is nowhere better in the world to get a bagel than from in the City, more precisely Brooklyn. Here at FeelNYC, we know that as a tourist coming to the city it can be overwhelming with the amount of choice and not knowing where is good, and where quite frankly isn´t. Hence, we´ve been round Brooklyn testing numerous bagel shops in order to compile a list of what we think are the top 5- don´t thank us, we enjoyed it!
The superb bagels that are being produced by Bagel hole are becoming more well known by the day for the perfectly crunchy crust, yet beautifully soft interior packed with flavor. All bagels are freshly baked on the premises throughout the day- you can even grab a fresh one in the evening.
400 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215, (718) 788-4014
This full service deli goes further than the normal butter or cream cheese, making it a long standing favorite. Whatever filling you want, they´ve got it- even on sandwiches too if you fancy. They also stay open 24hrs on Fridays and Saturdays for the late night crowd!
8002 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11209, (718) 748-0366
Another renowned, undisputed bagel house in NYC is Terrace Bagels. Although the crust may be a little chewier than others, they compensate in size; the perfectly rolled bagels are so good, there´s barely a hole! They also have a wide selection of sweets so make sure you don´t fill yourself up!
224 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 768-3943
Mile End Bagels
Montreal has always claimed that they make better bagels than NYC. We´re not sure who´s are better; however these Quebecoise imported bagels are definitely worth trying! Slightly sweeter and thinner than the traditional NYC bagel and imported from the famed St. Viateur, these bagels are the perfect way to start your day!
97 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (718) 852-7510
Montague Street Bagels
This little bagel house is tucked away amongst Brooklyn Heights´ brownstones. Staying open 24hrs, producing fresh bagels throughout draws a constant stream of custom. Promise you won´t be disappointed!
108 Montague Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 237-2512
Hopefully with this brief guide from FeelNYC to the best Bagels in Brooklyn, you´ll have no complaints that you stopped at a lesser shop than the ones we have advised!