Friend of a Farmer

Friend of a Farmer

American Restaurant, Breakfast Spot, and Bakery$$$$
Gramercy Park, New York
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    Go here. Experience the pancakes. It's worth it.
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    Brittany B.
    "The French press coffee is delicious and the atmosphere is too cute"(16 Tips)
    NearSay NYC
    "We suggest the pumpkin pancakes, homemade granola, & Belgian waffles"(21 Tips)
    T B.
    "Can't go wrong with the Boomer Special."(7 Tips)
    Travis B.
    "The working farmer just might be the best omelette I've ever had."(6 Tips)
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  • Richard R.heart icon on user image
    Richard RevillaJune 9, 2016
    Dinner was excellent and the decor inside gives it a very cozy feeling. Very reasonable prices for excellent quality.
  • Albert T.heart icon on user image
    Albert TongFebruary 6, 2016
    Boomer special was great. I can see why they are known for their pancakes. Blueberry was awesome. Really cozy home atmosphere. #nom #nyc
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJuly 9, 2013
    There typically is a wait at the cute brunch spot - especially if you want to snag a table outside, but it's well worth it. The omelets are amazing, and are all served right out of the skillet.
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Valerie S.heart icon on user image
    Valerie SMay 25, 2018
    Cozy, rustic breakfast spot nestled in gramercy. Has total farmhouse feel. House-made breads are delish and can’t go wrong with any of the breakfast items. Coffee (French press) is a little pricey.
  • Karenheart icon on user image
    KarenJanuary 23, 2019
    If you come here for dinner, they definitely make you feel like you're on a farm with no electricity. The food is delicious. Try the chicken pot pie. The ginger beer is natural.
  • Ben M.heart icon on user image
    Ben MackeyFebruary 19, 2017
    The line is pretty long on the weenends, but you won't wait too long if you're a couple. The boomer breakfast is great - scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon and home fries. Great value for $17.
  • Bitches Who Brunch
    Bitches Who BrunchOctober 16, 2015
    The Bitches Say: B-. We had high hopes based on the ceaseless brunch line outside, but found it a bit over-hyped. The main dishes were tasty, but the small mistakes and inconsistencies added up. Read more
  • Dean S.heart icon on user image
    Dean SilfenSeptember 21, 2018
    Been here 5+ times
    They have a cocktail called "the agronomist" that is essentially a cucumber martini. Its excellent. If you go for brunch, the curried chicken salad is just "okay", BUT THE "ROSE CLUB" is excellent.
  • Kevin G.
    Kevin GrantNovember 23, 2017
    Cute little breakfast spot. Line gets pretty nuts tho (like most NYC breakfast spots) so try and get there earlier. Everything I've had is good, and the coffee comes in a french press which is cute.
  • Michael B.heart icon on user image
    Michael BalboaJanuary 15, 2018
    Great salad, super tasty spinach meatloaf, yummy roasted brussel sprouts and the skillet baked chocolate chip cookie dessert was from another planet🌀🌀💫💫😀😀
  • Rodrigo N.heart icon on user image
    Definitely order an omelette. Any of them are delicious. I cannot say the same for the eggs benedict with spinach. I'm not fan of pancakes, but their apple pancakes are the heaven, so good.
  • Elizabeth O.
    Elizabeth OllisDecember 22, 2013
    Love the ambiance-so cozy. The food is fantastic! Shared the crab cakes, mussels, and mac&cheese for apps. Had the scallops for an entree - have never had bigger scallops. Try the apple pie! So yummy!
  • Collin M.heart icon on user image
    Collin MarreroAugust 3, 2014
    Truly amazing. Flavors were impeccable. Fresh & cozy. A not so hidden gem in NYC (it was packed with a line down the block). But extremely worth it. Chicken & waffles special and crab Benedict...WOW!
  • Sonia P.
    Sonia PersadOctober 25, 2014
    Special today was chorizo-tomato scrambled eggs -10 pts of yum. Homemade hot sauce is quite nice, tasty, with a tiny kick for Trinis. My French friend pronounced it quite hot and preferred the Tabasco
  • Linnea C.heart icon on user image
    Linnea CornNovember 2, 2014
    Nice spot to have a decent meal before a movie. Dinner starts with yummy cornbread and cinnamon apples. The tables and seating are really tight so expect frustrated waiters.
  • Desmond F.heart icon on user image
    Desmond FooOctober 8, 2015
    Portions are pretty big, the Boomer Special is a great deal
  • Erica C.
    Erica ChoiAugust 9, 2014
    Super cute space and really excellent brunch food. Always a tremendous line, but goes pretty quickly. Egg bennies and skillet dishes are spot on.
  • Nirav S.
    Nirav SuchakOctober 6, 2013
    You'll be tempted to sit outside and enjoy the views of Irving Place. Don't! Sit inside and upstairs if possible, the rustic interiors deserve your attention :)
  • Travis B.heart icon on user image
    Travis BloomOctober 4, 2015
    The pumpkin pancakes are incredible. The working farmer just might be the best omelette I've ever had. Well worth the wait
  • Katelynheart icon on user image
    KatelynApril 13, 2015
    brunch is amazing. make sure you ask for their breadbasket for an awesome assortment of bread (including warm cornbread!)
  • Jen O.
    Jen O'NeillJuly 19, 2014
    People should hype up the bloody Mary's more. Homemade with a kick. 👌
  • Beril E.
    Beril EsenJanuary 6, 2014
    The ambiance is great. When you step into the restaurant, you feel as though you are in a farm. The service is also very fast! A must go.
  • Nico V.
    Nico V.September 17, 2014
    Super homey interior delivers the right vibe for new American cuisine. Get the baked cookie dessert served in a skillet.
  • Helen S.heart icon on user image
    Helen ShakespeareApril 3, 2015
    Great omelettes, good portion, flavoursome. Atmosphere is very cosy, we got there for 9am and already very busy
  • Polina W.heart icon on user image
    Polina WeitzDecember 6, 2020
    Loved the food! We came for brunch, and sat outside (no heat lamps). Salmon Benedict and apple pancakes were superb! Sadly, they don't have oat/almond/soy milk, and the coffee was disappointing.
  • Ina L.heart icon on user image
    Ina LiNovember 28, 2015
    Fresh local ingredients, great portion, simple flavored. Omelette all served in skillet :) try their corn beef Benedict
  • Daniela O.
    Daniela OsorioAugust 12, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Definitely the best salads in NYC! (You can have blackened salmon added to any). All ingredients are locally sourced and it's an amazing spot for brunch.
  • Sonia G.heart icon on user image
    Sonia GrobmanSeptember 4, 2014
    Best French toast ever but they charge extra for bananas with out mentioning it. The bacon comes out really cool but is hard to split.
  • Lauren F.heart icon on user image
    Lauren FurgasonJanuary 4, 2015
    Best for brunch - skillets and omelettes are always solid (faves are Healthy and Working farmer). Pancakes melt in your mouth. Cozy vibe and always friendly!
  • Natalie V.heart icon on user image
    Natalie VFebruary 21, 2017
    Good food, the healthy farmer omelette and cornbread are delicious. However, for brunch it was a long wait and the hostess kept seating people in an odd order, definitely not first come first serve.
  • Uber NYC
    Uber NYCApril 5, 2013
    The line may be long, but once inside you'll feel like you're out in the country eating fresh omeletes in iron skillets, blueberry pancakes, corn bread, and some great french pressed coffee.
  • Compass
    CompassApril 25, 2014
    This place is packed for weekend brunch for good reason. Fluffy omelettes and farm-to-table produce keep locals coming back for intimate meals in the rustic brownstone.
  • Billy J.
    Billy JacobsonFebruary 18, 2019
    Good food. The main dishes are very well priced for the size, but be careful with any sides, apps or drinks as they will overcharge you up the wazoo!
  • Solheart icon on user image
    SolApril 1, 2019
    Warm atmosphere with wholesome food. Usually a wait but if you go early there are tables. Griddle items and egg dishes are great. Solid potatoes.
  • Stefanie R.heart icon on user image
    Stefanie ReisJune 15, 2016
    Gorgeous spot, friendly staff, delicious eggs and fresh pressed juice. Not the cheapest one, but it worthwhile. Try the fried is farmer eggs. ;-)
  • Serah L.
    Serah LeeSeptember 22, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    blueberry pancakes are a must... just the right crisp on the outside and bursting with blueberries on the inside!
  • Christine T.heart icon on user image
    Christine TaylorApril 27, 2016
    Never been here and had anything that wasn't good. All breads and biscuits for sandwiches are delicious and homemade. Wish I could buy just the bread on a regular basis.
  • Edlin C.
    Edlin ChoiMay 25, 2012
    Really cool rustic feel. Very underwhelmed by the omelette though. New sweeping rule: never order omelettes at a restaurant. Must come back for the all crab crab cake (2 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Devontaheart icon on user image
    DevontaApril 11, 2016
    Great options for breakfast/ brunch. Hungry? Try the Working Farmer dish. Taste Amazing!
  • Katie K.
    Katie KellyMarch 27, 2012
    Quiet, calm, and delicious food. Came with a party of 12 unannounced and they gave us a private room upstairs. One of my fav spots in the city. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Kristin S.
    Kristin S.May 21, 2012
    If you want to feel like you're being healthy, order the egg white scramble. Try to remember to eat your own meal and not the person's who you're meeting for breakfast
  • Lauren Q.
    Lauren QuinnFebruary 24, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Love the southwest omelet and the blueberry pancakes which are bursting with fresh berries and caramelize edges.
  • Stan B.
    Stan BashmashnikovNovember 14, 2014
    Super cozy, warm place. Great service. Feels like you're dining at a bed and breakfast in Maine. The Chicken Pot Pie is a must.
  • Alice N.
    Alice NamAugust 8, 2014
    pumpkin pancakes with french press coffee. not-so-crowded, cozy brunch place around union square
  • Carrot C.
    Carrot CreativeFebruary 13, 2013
    Killer brunch menu. The assorted breads (zucchini, lemon, corn) are always warm from the oven. Mostly everything is served in a hot skillet. Try the Gramercy omelet!
  • Lauren Rae A.
    Lauren Rae AustinNovember 23, 2013
    The pumpkin pancakes are the truth! Best ever! I don't even love pumpkin and am not huge on pancakes, but fell in love with these.. Mmmm. Perfection!
  • River R.
    River RoseMay 17, 2012
    The best breakfast. Pumpkin pancakes and French press coffee is the best way to start your day. Fantastic laid back atmosphere.
  • Sabina B.heart icon on user image
    Sabina B.December 23, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Get the beet mashed potatoes and mac & cheese for the table. Great for brunch, their fresh juices are a little pricey but delicious.
  • Christopher T.
    Christopher TaiMay 12, 2012
    Order the pumpkin pancakes and a side plate of bacon. My to-do for next time will be to try the belgian waffles!
  • Chet M.heart icon on user image
    Chet ManciniMay 12, 2017
    Been here 5+ times
    One of the best value dinners in the city. Fantastic home style American cooking in an intimate atmosphere.
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