Feast on break­fast

The fest for all good things that hap­pen be­fore noon re­turns at Break Feast.

Metro USA (New York) - - Things To Do - EVA KIS @thi­siskis eva.kis@metro.us

We wouldn’t sug­gest get­ting up early lightly, but break­fast in this town has got­ten pretty in­ter­est­ing. What’s bet­ter, you can taste some of the most spec­tac­u­lar things made be­fore noon in one place dur­ing a free food fes­ti­val.

No need to stag­ger out­side in your jam­mies, ei­ther — Break Fes­ti­val will be­gin at the very civ­i­lized hour of noon Satur­day, June 10, and goes on un­til 8 p.m. at Sun­set Park’s In­dus­try City.

While Brunch Con may have put us off mi­mosas for a while, this isn’t Break Fes­ti­val’s first rodeo — it’s the sec­ond year that the team at Ex­tra Cripsy are wran­gling all the ba­con and eggs you can han­dle, so ex­pect smooth sail­ing.

And the good things are plen­ti­ful. It’s gath­ered 19 ven­dors so far with in­cred­i­ble pay-as-you-go bites like the Lox­ness Knot­ster, a gar­lic-knot sand­wich from au na­turel pizze­ria Grist­mill, the offthe-wall morn­ing hot dogs from Great North­ern Food Hall, taro “ha$h” cakes from Nom Wah Tea Par­lor’s edgy new Nolita spinoff and olive-oil pan­cakes from So­ci­ety Café.

Bev­er­ages from cof­fee to Bloody Marys will also be flow­ing, along with “plenty of break­fast-fu­eled mer­ri­ment” in­clud­ing a DJ and danc­ing.


Nom Wah Nolita’s taro ha$h

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