NYC Eats: Poco

2016 Food, Food

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last trip up to New York City, I partook in two brunches on the same day because you know… #yolo.

The top photograph was from my second brunch at Bistrot Dominique – a cute french restaurant. Even I can’t eat forever and just ordered a coffee and grazed off everyone’s else’s entrees. The ambiance at Bistrot Dominique was much more relaxed than Poco. It’s a very hidden place in the West Village on a very adorable side street that is just meant to be Instagrammed.

The photograph generic phentermine pictures above is from Poco in the East Village. I ordered their traditional Eggs Benedict, which was good but not exceptional. Poco is known for their bottomless brunch, which makes it a popular spot on Sundays. It was very crowded when we went. They have seating on the bottom level, which is very dark without windows. My friends and I were fortunate to get a window table on the street level of the restaurant, but it was a very tight squeeze.

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