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If you happen to be staying at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York over the weekend and crave brunch, head to Nougatine, the more casual restaurant inside the luxury hotel. The restaurant-bar from noted chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten serves Sunday brunch from noon to 3 p.m. Dishes such as champagne, mango, goat cheese, black olive and Thai basil salad, and French toast with roasted apple make Nougatine’s menu irresistible. Wash your delicious meal down with one of the restaurant’s fruity and herbal homemade sodas. With flavors like black cherry yuzu and chili lime, the beverages start your day on a crisp note.
Nougatine’s dining area is flanked by an open-air kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto Central Park. While you’re taking a break from sipping a Bloody Mary, you can check up on your food and practically see the chefs crafting each dish. And while you’re savoring the fine cuisine at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, do some Central Park people-watching. It’s the perfect way to spend a lazy Sunday morning, other than devouring a delicious brunch.
Brunch is offered in Nougatine on Sundays.