Y our breakfast options have just gotten considerably more interesting with the launch of El Quinto Pino’s new morning menu. Housemade ensaimadas (above), the larded sweet rolls of Mallorca, alone are reason not to mope around your apartment all day in your pajamas. Pair one with a carajillo (espresso with brandy) or a submarino de Chocovic (hot milk poured over a Spanish chocolate bar). There’s a pressed ham-and-cheese sandwich called a bikini, and churros with dulce de leche. Best of all, breakfast is served (weekdays only) until the very civilized hour of 2 p.m. (401 W. 24th St., near Ninth Ave.; 212-206-6900).
See Also: El Quinto Pino’s Full Breakfast Menu