Community Food & Juice

Row 1

2893 Broadway (btwn 112th & 113th St)
New York, NY 10025
(212) 665-2800
American, Breakfast
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 8:00 AM–3:30 PM Fri: 8:00 AM–3:30 PM Sat: 9:00 AM–3:30 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–3:30 PM

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  • The brunch crowd here is a mix of college students and stroller-steering parents. For traditionalists, there are blueberry pancakes; for the adventurous, coconut pancakes with passion-fruit syrup.
  • Get the shrimp pot stickers; if you come with three people they will even give you 6 pieces- enough for everyone to have two. Or two people to have one and a half and one person to have 3.
  • Want to try the pancakes!
  • The B.E.L.T. is a good way to keep your pants up.
  • $3 for the small orange juice gets you this (coins added for scale comparison).
  • Try the Meatballs
  • Try the Southern Fried Chicken & Egg Nog Waffles & Slab Of Bacon
  • Love their large thick perfectly cooked strips of bacon.
  • Aceita cartes de crdito
  • It's my favorite place for Brunch on the UWS!
  • They have really good scrambled eggs!!
  • Same owners as Clinton Street, and in my opinion slightly better than the downtown version - which you rarely hear! The egg sandwich on a biscuit is unbelievably good
  • This neighborhood restaurant offers an American-eclectic menu that features seasonal, local, and organic food whenever possible.
  • Solid breakfast place that offers an unusual spin on your usual breakfast items.
  • Eggs Benedict for brunch are the best in the city
  • I will always fondly remember their blueberry pancakes with maple syrup butter. Try them - you will love them.
  • Farmers plate all the way!!
  • kick ass screwdrivers and blood orange mimosas!
  • The salmon brown rice bowl is delicious
  • Everything is good here. Pancakes are incredible. Biscuits and jam are to die for. Great cocktails. Rice bowl is good too. Can't go wrong for brunch or dinner.