The Park

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70 Totally Fine

If the word Area, with a capital A, sparks fond nocturnal memories, hail a cab down here now.

118 Tenth Ave., New York, NY, 10011


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The lowdown

Here’s a convertible sports car of a destination that shifts gears nimbly from breakfast to brunch to lunch to dinner to a bar vroom-vrooming into the teeny-weeniest of the wee hours. But for a place called Park it’s firmly in Neutral — chic and stylish and balling, a feast for the eyes more than the mouth. It’s a brunch spot first and foremost, with everything else a pregame or after-party. Its breakfast pizza, berry-and-bee-pollen smoothies, and many gluten-free or vegetarian dishes are meant to ease your weekend from the depths of your hangover to the heights of your gratitude journal. That said, the city’s next-generation Carrie Bradshaws could hardly do better than this stunning, roomy space where the people are often as drenched in sunshine as the food is in Instagram trends. There’s no velvet rope, but there doesn’t need to be when a bagel with lox is $15.

What you need to know

Insider Tips Kitchen open until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, brunch parties of 15 to 24 are offered a special large-party menu.

Recommended DishesBreakfast pizza; Green Mile smoothie; spicy mafalde pomodoro; squid-ink linguine.

DrinksFull Bar

Noise LevelBring earplugs!