Dog Friendly Brunch Spots in New York

Wanting to brunch with your dog in tow? Here are our top picks for dog friendly brunch spots in New York City!

1. Sarabeth’s Central Park South

Price: $$$$

Located just across the street from Central Park, this Sarabeth’s location is one of the best to brunch at, especially if your dog is in tow. Their sidewalk seating gives you and your dog a wonderful view of Central Park South, so you’ll be able to enjoy the scenery as you brunch. Their menu is full of delectable sweets like Lemon & Ricotta pancakes or savories like Eggs Benedicts.  If you’re a fan of mimosas, try their Five Flowers Mimosa, made with their Five Flowers juice, champagne, and St. Germaine.

2. Cookshop

Price: $$$

Cookshop is a wonderful spot to brunch if you and your dog are in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. They’ve got great outdo seating for you two to enjoy the sights of Chelsea. Their brunch menu features wonderful bites like, Spiced Apple Beignets or Pulled Pork Croquettes. But if you’re in the mood for something filling, savory, and delicious give their Huevos Rancheros a go! The brunch drinks menu is full of Bloody Mary’s and other brunch cocktails!

3. Tartine 

Price: $$$

Located in a residential neighborhood of New York’s West Village Tartine is a little French Cafe with a delightful brunch menu. Their menu boasts classic brunch items like omlettes and French Toast as well as Croque Monsieur and Croque Madame, if you’re craving something with French flair. Their sidewalk seating is quaint, perfect if it’s just you and your dog. But do note that Tartine is cash only.

4. Five Points 

Price: $$$

Five Points, located in New York’s NoHo and featured on an episode of Food Network’s Best Thing I Ever Ate, and is a popular spot to brunch. The best park about Five Points is that they’ve got great outdoor seating for you and your dog to enjoy brunch together. One of their popular bites are Churros with Mexican Hot Chocolate, but their menu is full of other delectable items. They have cocktails, Bloody Marys, and even cocktails by the pitchers.

5. Cafe Colette

Price: $$

Just across the way from New York City, Cafe Colette in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood is a lovely cafe with wonderful outdoor seating for you and your dog. Their brunch menu is full of fresh and rustic flavors, made with organic produce. If you’re in the mood for some French Toast, they serve a wonderful Cast Iron French Toast with poached fruit and maple butter!

 

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