5 Best Breakfast Spots in Lower Manhattan

5 Best Breakfast Spots in Lower Manhattan

Where to Breakfast in FiDi 

In an area heavily populated with corporations and mistakenly known for its empty streets, it’s difficult to find a great breakfast spot in Lower Manhattan. Fear not, there are 5-star reviewer-rated breakfast joints all within less than 10 minutes walking-distance of Q&A Residential Hotel. Here are some top foodie breakfast favorites:

Pearl Diner, 212 Pearl Street, New York, NY

Located 3 blocks from Q&A, this iconic diner serves traditional breakfasts such as western omelets or pancakes with bacon.

Leo’s Bagels, 3 Hanover Square, New York, NY

One cannot visit NYC and not have a classic, hand-rolled bagel with schmear. Leo’s Bagels is located right around the corner from Hanover Square. Whether you need something quick or you want to sit down, the aroma of fresh bagels will have you coming back for more.

Les Halles, 15 John Street, New York, NY

One of the two locations in Manhattan, Les Halles is conveniently located 7 minutes walking distance from Q&A Hotel’s front door. The fare is a compilation of the best classics from the brasseries in Paris making it the perfect spot to sit down and enjoy brunch.

French Café Gourmand, 9 Maiden Lane, New York, NY

Dine in or carry out, this French-inspired restaurant offers everything from croissants to Croque Monsieur. Head down Maiden Lane and you’ll find this hidden gem before you hit Broadway.

George’s Restaurant, 89 Greenwich Street, Mew York, NY

Just under a 10 minute walk from the hotel, George’s restaurant truly captures the atmosphere of the Downtown Manhattan area. With over 100 different egg dishes and their most notable ‘Croissant French Toast’, this spot is a weekend brunch must try.

Where do I discover other area happenings?

Whether you’re new or just visiting Downtown Manhattan, Q&A Residential Hotel accommodates the needs of today’s business and leisure travels. Furnished Quarters, the company behind Q&A Hotel, features pertinent area events and attractions on their official blog as well. Check it out!