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Now that the 4th of July celebrations have come to end, you may be both physically and mentally hungover from a long weekend of indulging in some of the best foods and drinks you could lay your hands on. Getting back into your regular work routine can be difficult after such a fun and relaxing time, but one of the best ways you can do so is by starting your day with a delicious, healthy breakfast. For those in New York City, the following are some of the best places to visit for all your breakfast needs.

Little Park

From everything to traditional eggs and sausage to duck confit hash, Little Park serves breakfast items that nearly everyone can find enjoyable. Located in Tribeca, this restaurant has a large variety of options. Omelettes, oatmeal, yogurt, and granola are all on the menu for a delicious, but also healthy breakfast.

Dudley’s

As the name may suggest, this is an Australian cafe that tends to attract decently-sized crowds on the weekends. However, Dudley’s regular audience is much more tame on weekday mornings. Opening at 9:00 a.m. and serving breakfast all day, you can try pancakes, avocado toast, and their specialty: the big breakie.

Sadelle’s

A much more upscale location, Sadelle’s is a Jewish restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a chic environment that can make any interior designer envious. Utilizing salmon, bagels, and everything in between, this restaurant creates a large variety of breakfast options that are just as visually impressive as they are delicious. While they may be closed on Mondays, weekday mornings often draw sizable crowds, so the earlier you get there, the better.

Panya Bakery

Most people might not associate Japanese cuisine with breakfast, but Panya Bakery effectively breaks that stigma, serving breakfast plates full of salmon, rice, vegetables, and tofu. This restaurant in East Village is perfect for diners looking for a breakfast a little more outside the box, though you are still free to order egg omelettes, French toast, and oatmeal dishes.

High Street on Hudson

As you know, New York City is quite renowned for its pastrami sandwiches. High Street on Hudson effectively turns that into a delectable breakfast sandwich with hash, but also serves a vegetarian sandwich composed of mushrooms, kale, eggs, and swiss. This restaurant’s location makes it perfect for group trips to jump start your mornings.

While all of these New York City restaurants serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, they have been consistently noted as some of the best places to grab a bite to eat early in the morning. Before you head to the office, consider any of the aforementioned for a truly delicious breakfast.