Three New Places to Get a Mouthwatering Breakfast in NYC

Here's a look at some new New York City restaurants to try if you are looking to start your day with a full stomach and a smile.

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The wildly popular LA-based Eggslut has made its New York City debut. Eggslut has opened for a limited time at Chefs Club Counter in SoHo. More on Eggslut here.
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Pictured here is the SoHo Salmon, which features smoked salmon, a sunny side up egg, Havarti cheese and a cream sauce. Lauren Scala describes the breakfast sandwich as "so New York," which makes sense since it was created specifically for the Empire State.
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This Eggslut specialty is a coddled egg on a smooth potato purée served in a glass jar.
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Du's Donuts and Coffee in the William Vale Hotel in Williamsburg serves exactly what its name implies, donuts and coffee. The donut shop is chef Wylie Dufresne's latest venture and his innovative style definitely shines through. More on Du's Donuts here.
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Ten different kinds of donuts are offered on the menu every day. Du's donuts serve some traditional flavors, but many of the offerings are more unique. Creamsicle and Banana Graham are just two of the tasty offerings.
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Du's Donuts and Coffee also serves up coffee from Brooklyn Roasting Company.
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Casual NoLIta eatery Atla serves up contemporary Mexican cuisine from world famous chef Enrique Olvera. The popular breakfast menu is served daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The best part? Everything is under $20.
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Pictured here is the guacamole goat cheese mollete from Atla.
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While Atla has a long list of cocktails, they also serve up delicious juices.
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