Thursday, May 19, 2016

The Wayland | East Village, NYC




The final NYC brunch was at The Wayland in Alphabet City - a hip, artistic, bohemian, neighborhood of Manhattan's East Village. I only wish we had more time to explore around the graffiti imaged, community garden centered, up and come streets after our delicious meal! It started with their signature Garden Variety Margarita ($11) made with blue agave blanco tequila, ginger-kale juice, lime juice, agave nectar and smoked sea salt. A margarita + ginger-kale juice = a healthy, rejuvenating buzz; this cocktail should be the next brunch staple alongside The Bloody Mary. The boys went all out with a dish aptly named The Man Child ($14) a heaping plate of three eggs any style, bacon, sausage bread, fried fingerling potatoes + Brussels hash. Leah had the Breakfast Tacos ($8) - 2 fried eggs on corn tortillas w/ bacon, avocado, refried beans, cilantro, salsa + smoked pepper sauce. The eggs were superrrr runny which made for some messy tacos, but besides that she enjoyed them. I went for something totally different which was their Cauliflower + Egg Sandwich ($11) - crispy cauliflower, shishito peppers, soft scrambled eggs, pickled onions + clinatro on a baguette, and absolutely loved it.

700 E 9th Street
New York, NY 10009
The Wayland Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato 

5 comments:

  1. That cocktail + sandwich could easily be my go-to brunch forever.

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  2. Wow you took amazing shots here! I don't know enough about Manhattan, I've only been to NYC twice actually! Keeping this on my list for next time though!

    Chelsea
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  3. I just drooled on my keyboard. This looks amazing!

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  4. Ok, that margarita almost sounds healthy- I need one!! And your egg sandwich looks and sounds delicious! (catching up on blog reading today, clearly!)

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  5. That marg sounds like no other! Time to recreate this one. I know how you love a good healthy breakfast!

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