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The 9 Best Hangover Foods in New York City

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The 9 Best Hangover Foods in New York City

Here’s a little gift, for tomorrow’s (or if a Friday party is your thing, today’s) you; the red-eyed, immobile, hungover you. Not all hangover foods are created equal, and that’s certainly the case here in NYC.  Give your body some love so you can get ready to get back to work. We’ve searched out the 9 best hangover foods in the city to help you bounce back for the week ahead. You’re welcome.

Buvette’s Eggs and Prosciutto
eggs and prosciutto
[The Brunch Critic]
  • Where – 42 Grove St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.5/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 5/5

The scrambled eggs are espresso-steamed, and topped with freshly sliced prosciutto and shaved parmesan. You could maybe make this yourself (minus the espresso-steamed part) but it’s nice to have someone serve it to you.

Untamed Sandwiches’ Ol’ Grumpy
[Andrew Zimmer/Thrillist]
[Andrew Zimmer]
  • Where –  43 W 39th St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.5/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

You might be grumpy before you eat this one, but you certainly won’t be after. This is kind of like a breakfast burrito but stuffed in a roll instead of a tortilla. It’s got scrambled eggs, beef chili, pimento cheese, hot jam and cilantro.

Berikoni’s Cheese Khachapuri
[Berikoni]
[Berikoni]
  • Where – 125 Brighton Beach Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.9/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 3/5

This delicious creation has four simple ingredients: butter, egg, cheese and bread. What more could you want out of life?

Marta’s Capricciosa
[Alice Gao]
[Alice Gao/Thrillist]
  • Where – The Redbury Hotel, 29 E 29th St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.5/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

Pizza is great hangover food, and it’s even better when you put salty meats and a fried egg on top of it. Leftovers will be lunch on Monday.

Juan Bar’s Pumas
[James Boo]
[James Boo/Thrillist]
  • Where – 96-15 Roosevelt Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.4/5
    • Yelp – 4.5/5

Tortas Neza at Juan Bar is a well-known cheap eats spot in Queens. The Pumas sandwich basically has everything but the kitchen sink on it.

The Red Cat’s Dirty Burger
[The Red Cat]
[Red Cat]
  • Where – 227 10th Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.3/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

There’s nothing like a classic juicy beef burger with a runny fried egg and bacon on top. The egg means it still counts as brunch.

BarBacon’s …everything
[Andrew Zimmer]
[Andrew Zimmer]
  • Where – 836 9th Ave
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.3/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 4/5

Maybe you just want bacon. It’s okay, we understand. Go for a bacon tasting at BarBacon.

Trattoria Il Mulino’s Burrata French Toast
[Trat
[Trattoria Il Mulino]
  • Where – 36 E 20th St
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.1/5
    • Trip Advisor – 3.5/5
    • Yelp – 3.5/5

It may look like this French Toast is topped with ice cream, but it’s actually a kind of cheese made by blending mozzarella and heavy cream. True decadence.

Cheeky Sandwiches’ Chicken Biscuit
chicken biscuit
[Derek Lo/Flickr]
  • Where – 35 Orchard St, New York
  • Reviews:
    • Google – 4.7/5
    • Trip Advisor – 4.5/5
    • Yelp – 4.5/5

The biscuit is homemade, the chicken is crispy, and the gravy just makes your whole day a lot better. There’s no shame in enjoying a southern style sandwich up here in the north. This one’s a home run.

Featured image source [Wikimedia Commons]

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