I used to go to the counterpart of Supermoon Bakehouse when I visited my friends in San Francisco so imagine my delight when they opened up a bakehouse here in New York City! Located in the Lower East Side, it’s a nice, somewhat spacious bakery with a minimalist design. They do have a wall lit up with the words “Bite Me, NYC”, though, which is pretty apt! Continue reading “Supermoon Bakehouse”
I realized recently that I tend to eat breakfast at a lot of Australian spots. I grew up in Los Angeles so the ingredients they use and dishes they serve are so similar to what I ate back home – I guess my subconscious is telling me I’m homesick?!
Citizens of Chelsea is actually an awesome breakfast/brunch place – they have “super fun happy” bowls, a variety of smash toasts, and breakfast bowls that are so delicious that you forget how healthy the meal is! Their menu can be found here. Continue reading “Citizens of Chelsea”
An Australian-style coffee and café, Bluestone Lane a great place to grab breakfast (or brunch) with a properly-done flat white. They have several locations and I’ve been a few times for lunch in the DUMBO location but this was my first time going for breakfast! Their West Village location has a cute outdoor seating with blankets provided to keep warm. You can find their menus here. Continue reading “Bluestone Lane”
One of the local favorites for breakfast is Clinton Street Baking Company. Located on East Houston Street and Clinton Street, they recently expanded into the corner space so now the wait time is nowhere near where it used to be – the first time I came here for brunch I waited in line for almost two hours! Continue reading “Clinton Street Baking Company”