8 New Kid-Friendly Restaurants in 8 ‘Hoods

Tacuba in Astoria

With a slew of new family-friendly eateries opening up around the city, New York now offers more places than ever to grab a bite with the kids. From a Mexican restaurant in Queens that is quick to offer crayons and paper to a cozy cafe in Brooklyn that serves Nutella by the spoonful, here are some of the hottest newcomers to the New York restaurant scene that welcome young foodies. Click on through to get the scoop!

In Nolita: Egg Shop

If eggs are a breakfast staple in your household then take a trip to Egg Shop. This brand-new Nolita diner is the brainchild of the self-proclaimed “Egg Heads, Sarah Schneider and Demetri Makoulis. The menu showcases a variety of inventive dishes with some new twists on the standard scramble, benedict and omelette. There is also an option to customize your own egg-and-cheese sandwich. If the little ones aren’t in the mood for eggs, there are a few scrumptious alternatives, including a french toast made with Ronny Brook chocolate ice cream and a savory yogurt dish featuring ambrosial granola and seasonal fruit.

Egg Shop
151 Elizabeth St.
Online: www.eggshopnyc.com

photo: via Michelle L. on Yelp

  • Egg Shop in Nolita
  • Tacuba in Astoria
  • In the East Village: GGs
  • Sushi Dojo in Meatpacking District
  • Nuteria in Park Slope
  • In Nomad: Belgian Beer Cafe
  • Bergn in Crown Heights
  • Bluebird Food and Spirits

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