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7 Places to Get Breakfast 24/7 in New York


Where to get breakfast any time of day?

The very first one dates back to the early 1870s, but they became popular in the 30s and 40s: diners, which serve typical American food 24 hours a day, fast and easy to eat, like burgers, club sandwiches, and fries galore. In New York, diners are still popular, and you can find them on many street corners; here is our gourmet selection.

#1 Pearl Diner

Open for over 50 years, Pearl Diner is located in the Financial District, and it's not uncommon to see businessmen in ties coming to quickly gulp down a drooling omelet (extra cheese). A gourmet stop without being either too fatty or not fat enough. The perfect balance.
Pearl DinerJames & Karla Murray

Pearl Diner

212 Pearl St

New York, NY 10038

212 344 66260

#2 Tom's Restaurant

A little unusual, Tom's Restaurant is indeed a diner, but it's been in the hands of a Greek family since the 1940s. It's where Columbia University students meet often to taste omelets and sip "the incomparable milkshake in New York" (according to them).
Tom's Restaurantlaura-miller

Tom's Restaurant

2880 Broadway

New York, NY 10025

212 864 6137

#3 Lexington Candy Shop

Established in 1925, Lexington Candy Shop is a reminder of the days when soda fountains and luncheonettes were part of the landscape of every neighborhood. A few steps from the MET, this New York diner is a must in the neighborhood, which continues to serve typical luncheonette dishes, with pancakes, muffins, sandwiches, burgers, chicken legs...
Lexington Candy ShopPaul Lentz

Lexington Candy Shop

1226 Lexington Ave

New York, NY 10028

212 288 0057

#4 Joe Junior

A big Formica counter, a row of bar stools, and a few tables; Joe Junior does have the makings of a diner, serving up an unpretentious burger ($5.5) that is nonetheless a great tasting moment. Ask that your steak (ultra-fresh and not frozen!) is not cooked "a la pancha" because otherwise all the juice escapes and it becomes a bit dry.
Joe JuniorNick Solares

Joe Jr.

167 3rd Ave

New York, NY 10003

212 473 5150

#5 B&H Dairy

Don't let this self-proclaimed "vegetarian" diner fool you; there's plenty of meat to go around if you're craving animal protein. So come to B&H Dairy with cash (no other means of payment), few people (it's very small), and a big appetite (the plates are well served and you'll surely want to nibble on everything).
B&H Restaurantmarky_mark

B&H Dairy

127 2nd Avenue

New York, NY 10003

212 505 8065

#6 Bel Aire Diner

Established in Astoria for over 50 years, Bel Aire Diner has retained a certain charm, always enticing families to sit down on the comfortable booths to enjoy simple, but good (and not too greasy) food. Families are delighted that the diner also offers an online ordering service, where they can simply pick up their food!
Bel Aire DinerZachary Fleischer

Bel-Aire Diner

31-91 21st St

Astoria, NY 11106

718 721 3160

#7 Isenberg

No relation to the professor-dealer, because this diner has been raising the cholesterol level of New Yorkers since 1929. You can have breakfast there at any time of the day, and their tuna sandwiches, milkshakes, and carrot cake have already made many happy. Why not you?
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