Settle in near this Uptown spot’s cast iron stove top gas warmer and order some of the excellent (and possibly created after several "special tobacco" sessions) bar fare, including a peanut butter bacon burger, Mac and Steez ("extra super fancy" pasta and four-cheese blend), and Twizzler-infused vodka lemonade.
With a flagship location in Harlem plus a new outpost in Washington Heights’ Northend Food Hall, Harlem Public is expanding its reach and drawing in a slew of brunch lovers. The casual neighborhood eatery’s brunch menu is divided up into two sections. Under “Use Those Hands,” you’ll find towering breakfast sandwiches like the Breakfast BLT and the Chicken and Waffle Sando served between two Belgian waffles. For menu section number two dubbed “Fork and Knife Action,” choose from traditional dishes like the Breakfast Poutine with cheese curds and sunny-side up eggs; and the Garbage Plate piled with beef, shredded cheddar, sausage gravy, fried eggs, and tots.