Food: The $12 make-you-own omelette option is always reliable. I recommend gruyere and mushrooms, but you can mix and match your favorite ingredients. Omelettes come with a light, buttery biscuit instead of traditional toast - sooo good! The potatoes are cut into little cubes which have a nice crispy skin. The brioche French toast is another must-have, drawing attention to all nearby tables. This dish is huge and looks like a big slice of birthday cake.
Drink: Brunch includes a small OJ or cranberry juice, and cocktails are about $6 each.
Atmosphere: Very casual and homey, this restaurant caters to locals at all life stages who are looking for a good bite to eat in a relaxing, quaint environment. The place settings are different at each table (coffee cups, salt and pepper shakers) which makes for a homey feel.
Bluebell Cafe: 293 third avenue (between 23rd and 22nd streets), 646.649.2389
Brunch: 8AM - 4PM