The city on New Year's Day is all about the walking wounded—some folks will spend the day recovering in bed, and others are ready to head back out there and get in the game. For the latter group, here are some places open for New Year's Day brunch. Just don't forget to tip big; your poor server or bartender is probably in worse shape than you.
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No matter what kind of a night you had on New Year’s Eve (you party animal, you), here are five places that are rallying on New Year's Day to serve you a hangover-helpin’ brunch.
It’s a classic American breakfast, hearkening back to the days of cowboys and ranch hands. And it’s no wonder. Steak and eggs are hearty and filling: that stick-to-your-ribs goodness that’ll keep you full and energized for long mornings on the range, or, in our case, picnicking in the park or nursing a hangover in bed.
Tired of the same old egg-and-bacon plate, or pancakes, or omelet routine? This town definitely offers many tasty renditions of classic American breakfast items, but here are a few international ways to get something new in your weekend mix.
With the Burners and Labor Day vacationers out of town over the next three days, it's going to be a dead city all three-day-weekend long. The upside? Less competition for brunch!