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As one of the most international cities, you can literally brunch your way around the world in the Big Apple. Feel like getting away? Take a trip planned just for you, and let us do all the work. Discover Trip Design. Korean comfort food comes in the form of a buckwheat crepe served with two sunny-side-up eggs, soppressata, and fresh garden salad; Mandoo Soup with kimchi dumplings; seafood dumplings and a few other little miracles. Tasty dishes include guacamole, salsa, yucca tots, carne asada con huevos, huevos rancheros, blueberry corn pancakes, and morning tacos plus your choice of a half a dozen types of margaritas.
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Anything here that began as dough is an especially good bet: Clark and Willis, who oversee the dining room and kitchen, respectively, met while working at Ovenly, a bakery in Greenpoint. The Everything Bagel Babka looks more like a popover—but who are we to say what babka is supposed to look like? Willis is a whiz with eggs, too: gently boiled and mashed into a silky salad, then topped with cherry tomatoes, nubs of blue cheese, and bacon, to be scooped into crisp leaves of iceberg; sunny-side up, on a shallow pool of yogurt strewn with kale and encircled by a moat of chili oil spangled with peanuts, pepitas, and sunflower seeds; scrambled, Texas migas style, tossed with salsa verde and julienned radish inside a snipped-open bag of Fritos. Throw in a side of deep-fried breakfast potatoes, doused in spicy maple syrup—or, for the health conscious, a bowl of warm multigrain porridge finished with a dollop of creamy chia pudding and nibs of caramelized pineapple—and brunch is made great again.
As the famous Ellen DeGeneres once said, "Do we have to know who's gay and who's straight? Why can't we just love everybody and judge them by the car they drive? At these restaurants, no one has to worry about judgment, and everyone is able to be unapologetically themselves while enjoying a meal worthy of 5 stars. Food is a fundamental human right, and no one should be denied all its glory merely because of their sexual orientation. So celebrate WorldaPride Month by grabbing your friends, hitting the bars, going to a parade, or dancing at these restaurants' parties like there's no tomorrow.