A sumptuous dining room hung with claret colored velvet drapes and small light fixtures festooned with roses that spill light directly over each table, set the scene for a deluxe breakfast experience at this festive and progressive eatery is in the heart of Frankfurt's arts and cultural scene. Named for Harvey Milk and standing tribute to his role as an activist, this place is the perfect spot to begin your day in high style.
Hipsters in low-slung trousers and complicated shoes hang out here to enjoy an after-dinner drink, but Staatcafe is also a fabulous place for breakfast. There are plenty of options, from a simple selection of rolls, butter and jam to a massive breakfast for two which includes: fruit, a variety of breads and rolls with jam, butter and honey, meats and cheeses, eggs, coffee, and juice or sparkling wine.
Scrambled eggs at 7am, french toast at 5pm, pancakes past 8 at night, it is breakfast all day, every day at N.Y.C. American dining with international twists such as a Hawaiian topping of pineapple and bacon on the french toast or the Mama Mia which has prosciutto, pesto, mozzarella and eggs on ciabatta. Bagels are flown in regularly from a Jewish deli in New York. For those who prefer more standard fare at lunch or dinner, the menu is chock-full of salads, pastas and soups.
Elbows on the table are de-rigeur as early morning hipsters lounge, stretch and sip coffee across the marble topped tables and park benches refurbished to banquettes with cushy leather seats at Karin's. Form follows fashion with a host of breakfast items including a goat cheese salad or whole-grain ratatouille crepes. Desserts and pastries to go with an afternoon macchiato, too.
A chic crowd of regulars and tourists frequent this café which features a menu of international breakfasts. Try the English, French, German or Russian nothing on the culinary tour will disappoint.