Breakfasts of champions

Lower East Side, New York City

Breakfasts of champions

New York City never sleeps, but it wakes up hungry. Morning person Emily Elyse Miller leads a unique tour showcasing NYC’s breathtaking breakfast diversity…

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Your congee? Wonton soup? New York lures you from the highest-thread-count bedsheets for day-starting feasts. Join early riser Emily – showrunner of the BreakfastClub’s discovery-dining events – on a global tasting tour that goes way beyond the usual wakey, wakey eggs and bakey.

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From $500 for 2 people

Emily Elyse Miller

Your insider

Emily Elyse Miller

Rise and shine

An insider with many reasons to get out of bed each morning, Emily Elyse Miller is a connoisseur of AM dining. She’s breakfasted and brunched through Manhattan and beyond and morning routines are her business. Through her popular BreakfastClub events, she convinces chefs at megawatt restaurants – Pujol in Mexico City, Portland’s Tusk and the like – to set an early alarm and cook for a gang of woke gourmands. She writes on global food-trends and released Breakfast: the Cookbook, to show that breakfast out of bed is equally enticing…

A smorgasbord of sweet-tooth-satisfying bakes and fly fry-ups: New York truly makes breakfast the most important meal of the day

Duration
2 hours and 30 minutes
Start Time
Tours run between the hours of 09:30 and 12:00
Booking
Call our travel specialists 24/7 on 1 800 464 2040 or contact us to find availability
Where you'll go
Discover how diverse NYC breakfasts can be on this trek through the LES. It’s as much about NYC’s concordant cultures as it is a good morning. Forget Tiffany’s: you’ll start with creative croissants and Spanish-Caribbean delicacies, before exploring an unassuming Chinatown bakery. Then, traverse the globe in several plates, meandering towards Broadway through brunchtime, tasting down-home Southern fare, South-of-the-Border bites, warming Shanghainese flavours and Malaysian morsels as you go.
What you'll try
First, grab a remixed Reuben at punk pâtisserie Supermoon Bakery. Then seek out local favourites: fried platters and Dominican smoothies at El Castillo de Jagua, and ‘pineapple’ buns with congee at Lucky King Bakery. Global treats follow: biscuit-buffered fried chicken at Cheeky Sandwiches, Maya morsels at Factory Tamal, soup at Wu’s Wontons and Malaysian kaya butter (green pandan-coconut jam) on toast with teh tarik (condensed milk with black tea) at Kopitiam. Smashed avo will never seem the same again.
Experience location
You will be meeting at a highly Instagrammable hotspot on Rivington; we’ll send you the details in your confirmation.