Savor a Stylish Spring Brunch in NYC
No season embodies nature's bounty quite like spring. Flowers bud as early veggies shake winter's frost, and our palates start yearning for warm-weather flavors - as if the ritual of dining might summon the change in seasons all the more. What meal to better welcome this lively time of year than a weekend brunch? If you agree with our Executive Chef N. Salaam, there's no finer way to start a Saturday / Sunday than over a pitcher of handmade cocktails or bottle of champagne, delighting in seasonal dishes sure to satisfy. If you're looking for a great brunch restaurant, NYC has tons of options, but you won't find the farm-fresh, globally inspired American cuisine on NoMo Kitchen's spring menu anywhere else.
Breakfast Meets Lunch, Savory & Sweet
Embracing sustainable, organic ingredients in every dish, Executive Chef N. Salaam has created a menu of midday cravings. Whether you need a sweet bite to start your day or hearty lunch to carry you through, there's a dish of edible art for every palate. Here are a few highlights to tempt your taste buds:
- Steak & Eggs - Wagyu Skirt Steak and fresh-laid Sunnyside Eggs, with optional Black Truffle.
- French Toast - Aromatic Elderflower Crème and Acai-Beet Jam elevate the timeless classic.
- Shrimp Kale Cesar - Dressed in a mouthwatering traditional tonnato sauce of olive oil, capers, tuna, and anchovies.
- Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe - A simple Roman dish of homemade pasta, pepper, and parmesan that globetrotting chef Anthony Bourdain has proclaimed "could be the greatest thing in the history of the world."
Lift a Glass to the Season
Share a pitcher ($48) or try a glass of each ($15), NoMo Kitchen's seasonal cocktails include the white peach and raspberry NoMo Bellini, Prosecco Mimosa, Spiked Apple Fizz with cider and cinnamon, as well as the best Bloody Mary in SoHo.