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 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)1/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczMushroom egg toast with Parmesan cheese and herbs ($12) Colonie, 127 Atlantic Ave between Clinton and Henry Sts, Brooklyn Heights (718-855-7500, colonienyc.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)2/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczDuck hash with slow-poached egg and fingerling potatoes ($13) Colonie, 127 Atlantic Ave between Clinton and Henry Sts, Brooklyn Heights (718-855-7500, colonienyc.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)3/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczHot meat-loaf sandwich with a fried egg on country white bread ($TBA) The Brooklyn Star, 593 Lorimer St at Conselyea St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-599-9899, thebrooklynstar.com). Brunch begins in June; check before heading out.
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)4/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczBreakfast tacos, served either with homemade chorizo or all-green Mexican vegetables (cactus, chayote and poblano peppers), pictured, (one taco $4, platter $12) Tacombi, 267 Elizabeth St between E Houston and Prince Sts (917-727-0179, tacombi.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)5/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczPork-belly grilled cheese with poached egg ($14) Fish Tag, 222 W 79th St between Amsterdam Ave and Broadway (212-362-7470, fishtagrestaurant.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)6/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczRoasted eggplant and baked-egg skillet with tomato confit and toast ($14) Fish Tag, 222 W 79th St between Amsterdam Ave and Broadway (212-362-7470, fishtagrestaurant.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)7/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczNduja, fried egg, young pecorino, pickled fennel on grilled country bread ($17) A Voce, 10 Columbus Circle at Broadway, third floor (212-823-2523, avocerestaurant.com). Brunch is Sunday only.
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)8/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczCreole red grits with grilled shrimp and crab, topped with a poached egg ($16) Red Rooster, 310 Malcolm X Blvd (Lenox Ave) between 125th and 126th Sts (212-792-9001, redroosterharlem.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)9/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczLamb and sweet-potato hash, tossed with rosemary and beets and topped with a creamy egg custard ($15) Red Rooster, 310 Malcolm X Blvd (Lenox Ave) between 125th and 126th Sts (212-792-9001, redroosterharlem.com)
 (Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz)10/23
Photograph: Paul WagtouiczKaiserschmarrn: caramelized pancake bits with seasonal fruit ($14) Edi & the Wolf, 102 Ave C between 6th and 7th Sts (212-598-1040, ediandthewolf.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)11/23
Photograph: Donald YipSpoon bread: carrot cake with sweet crme frache ($4) Buvette, 42 Grove St between Bedford and Bleecker Sts (212-255-3590, ilovebuvette.com). Available daily until it runs out.
 (Photograph: Lindsay Maclean Taylor)12/23
Photograph: Lindsay Maclean TaylorN'Orleans Scramble: tasso ham, oysters, peppers, onions, celery and Jack cheese, atop sourdough toast ($13) Goat Town, 511 E 5th St between Aves A and B (212-687-3641, goattownnyc.com)
 (Photograph: Lindsay Maclean Taylor)13/23
Photograph: Lindsay Maclean TaylorAvocado toast with spicy eggs ($12) The Fat Radish, 17 Orchard St between Canal and Hester Sts (212-300-4053, thefatradishnyc.com)
 (Photograph: Lindsay Maclean Taylor)14/23
Photograph: Lindsay Maclean TaylorSpaghetti squash, candied bacon and crispy egg ($12) The Fat Radish, 17 Orchard St between Canal and Hester Sts (212-300-4053, thefatradishnyc.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)15/23
Photograph: Donald YipChawanmushi: sausage and assorted mushrooms, steamed egg custard ($13) EN Japanese Brasserie, 435 Hudson St at Leroy St (212-647-9196, enjb.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)16/23
Photograph: Donald YipSkilled-baked adzuki pancake ($15) EN Japanese Brasserie, 435 Hudson St at Leroy St (212-647-9196, enjb.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)17/23
Photograph: Donald YipThe Pacific Englander: marinated and sliced kalbi short rib and poached egg served over a toasted English muffin, with kimchi butter and hollandaise sauce and served with greens (one $7, two $13) Lani Kai, 525 Broome St between Sullivan and Thompson Sts (646-596-8778, lanikainy.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)18/23
Photograph: Donald YipKalua Pork & Grits: Hawaiian-style smoked and roasted pork served over Anson Mills cheddar grits, topped with a sunny-side-up egg and crispy shallots, served with toast ($12) Lani Kai, 525 Broome St between Sullivan and Thompson Sts (646-596-8778, lanikainy.com)
 (Photograph: Virginia Rollison)19/23
Photograph: Virginia RollisonTwo butter biscuits with pork-sausage gravy ($9, with two baked eggs $12) Northern Spy Food Co., 511 E 12th St between Aves A and B (212-228-5100, northernspyfoodco.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)20/23
Photograph: Donald YipCrispy cheese curds and ramp pesto with sweet pickled rhubarb, celery, baby greens ($10) Back Forty, 190 Ave B between 11th and 12th Sts (212-388-1990, backfortynyc.com)
 (Photograph: Donald Yip)21/23
Photograph: Donald YipCroque Madame Italien: coppa and Taleggio, sandwiched in two slices of bread, topped with a fried egg, and served with a side of arugula salad ($15) August, 359 Bleecker St between Charles and W 10th Sts (212-929-8727, augustny.com)
22/23
Egg souffl with mushroom broth and bonito ($7) M. Wells, 21-17 49th Ave at 21st St, Long Island City, Queens (718-425-6917, mwellsdiner.com)
23/23
Egg tomato pot: baked egg in tomato stew ($8) M. Wells, 21-17 49th Ave at 21st St, Long Island City, Queens (718-425-6917, mwellsdiner.com)

23 new brunch dishes

In case you needed a reason to get out of bed…here are 23.

By Carolyn Stanley
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