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Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

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Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

hello

Only 5 monthes now before i hit the streets of nyc,Time has gone quickly since i booked up.

Anyway i am staying at the Chelsea Lodge and i have a couple of places wrote down for where we could go for breakfast but need some other places.

Price no more than $30 for the both of us.

One of the Places i have wrote down is Le Grainne cafe, any one been this place and is worth going?

Any French places for Breakfast in that area would be fantastic.

Thanks

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1. Re: Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

French Roast:

www.frenchroastny.com/downtown/index.php

and AOC:

http://www.aocnyc.com/1024.php

are two decent French places in the Village that serve breakfast.

Trestle on Tenth is a pretty good and vaguely French place in Chelsea that I believe is open for breakfast:

http://www.trestleontenth.com/

And the brunch at Cookshop (American, not French) is hugely popular (they serve breakfast during the week as well):

www.cookshopny.com/000_home/000home.htm

And there are plenty of non-French and pretty cheap places to get breakfast nearby, such as

The Dish:

www.menupages.com/restaurants/the-dish/

The Malibu Diner:

www.menupages.com/restaurants/malibu-diner/

If you want something quick and portable, Murray's Bagels is close:

http://www.murraysbagels.com/index2.htm

As is City Bakery:

http://www.thecitybakery.com/

Stoke-on-Trent...
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2. Re: Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

thanks crans

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3. Re: Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

If you want a late breakfast I highly recommend cowgirl, was the best breakfast we had on our last stay and will definitely be back when we get there again in September...

breakfast menu

http://www.cowgirlnyc.com/menu_breakfast.html

our review

award-tour.blogspot.com/2008/04/cowgirl.html

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4. Re: Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

Well, I like City Bakery mentioned above, and while it is take out, it also has small tables which are crowded around breakfast. And for "late breakfast" (say 10am) it is hot with locals

But, a tried-and-true is Hollywood Dinner, W. 16th St & 6th Ave. Standard Greek Dinner, Breakfast Specials, but roomy inside and tables outdoors as well. My friends from Europe love it as "Typical American Breakfast" by which they mean the "Lumberjack Special"....(eggs+hash browns + pancakes + toast +coffee)

menupages.com/restaurants/hollywood-diner/

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5. Re: Breakfast places around the Chelsea and Greenwich Village

I would def select The Dish, Malibu Diner, Empire Diner and Chelsea Gallery Diner over Hollywood Diner, but that's just me.

Don't forget Cafeteria, French Roast and Elmo.

FWIW, you can use the "search nearby" functions on www.maps.google.com and www.yelp.com/nyc to find things around a particular location or landmark.

Enter your location (they recognize hotel names pretty well.) Click on it on the map. Select "search nearby." Type in "diner," "breakfast," or "coffee," or whatever. Works pretty well.

On yelp, after you enter your location, there's a "browse nearby" function under the map on the right.

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