Breakfast, American
$ $
325 Bowery (at E 2nd St)
New York, NY 10003
(646) 602-7015
7:30am - 12:00am
7:30am - 12:00am
7:30am - 12:00am
7:30am - 12:00am
7:30am - 12:00am
7:30am - 12:00am
7:30am - 12:00am



  • my favorite place in the city. Here's what you need to do. 1) order the shrimp + grits (wow!), 2) order the La Chouffe beer (seasonal and awesome), 3) build a biscuit (bacon + pepperjack). Game over!
  • Peels' biscuits are an abomination. Their enduring popularity is offensive to my Southern sensibilities. A friend and colleague put it best when he said they are "fit for yankees".
  • They serve Sir Kensington's ketchup! Ain't no Heinz here fool!!
  • The view from upstairs is great, if you get the choice find a cozy booth up there
  • They just added fish tacos to the menu and they're the cat's pajamas. Seriously. Order them.
  • New York: The latest hotspot from Freemans owner Taavo Somer. Click "More Info" to see our photo story of Somer's Thanksgiving dinner sampling party amongst close friends.
  • Try the Sweet Potato Pie
  • Build-a-Biscuit, I dare ya!
  • Don't even think about saying "no" to the biscuits. Don't.
  • It's not worth $18, but the baja salad with tomato, avocado, cotija cheese, and grilled skirt steak is unbelievably tasty and vaguely healthy.
  • Sit upstairs - super nice !
  • Get a Peels muffin. Buckwheat & lemon marmalade with rosemary. It may seem weird at first, but just go with it. You won't regret it.
  • Get the gobblecado - its a great lunch sandwich with awesome spicy chips
  • Try the bloody mary: comes with either a lemon, lime, or olive. Top 3 in the area.
  • Go splitty splitty with a pal - Gobblecado and grass fed burger. Do it!
  • try a biscuit and a coffee for a great afternoon snack + pick-me-up. get the amazing jelly on the side.
  • For dinner, get the pork loin w/ sweet potato mash & crabapple compote (as the server said, "It's Fall on a plate") or the lamb shank w/ stewed beans. Wash down with complimentary sparkling water.
  • The baked goods are the standout here, like the $3 fluffy biscuits, which you can stuff with scrambled eggs and melted pepper-jack cheese. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!
  • Peels is all about the iced coffee. It's cold-brewed and some of the most delicious in the neighborhood.
  • We love the signature Peels Muffin. It blends rosemary with nutty buckwheat, and finishes with the zesty flavor of preserved lemons.

Nearby places

344 Bowery (at Great Jones St)
1 Bleecker St (at Bowery)
95 East Houston St (btwn Bowery & Chrystie St)