En route to The Big Apple? Welcome to the most beautiful brunch, served along with the best people-watching in town.

Yes, you do want to make this stop a part of your next journey to New York City. It has been around in East Village fsince 1983, and it ain`t getting any less popular. Cafe Mogador has classic but refined servings, and the tastes might stop your time. The interior has a low-key pulse, yet so extravagant and delicate.

A little piece of Paris in New Yorks creative hub

Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg is such a great street for strolling. You can use a whole day in this area, and you understand why people hardly never leave this place. In Williamsburg, this is the street where you`ll find the pulsating Cafe Mogador, on 133 Wythe Avenue. The sister is situated in East Village; 101 St. Mark's Place on Manhattan. The mood is quite boutique-chic, and gives you the feel of Paris, yet in New York. The interior carries industrial references, but the smaller details have a rustic and decorative charm, quite french and very inviting. Your supposed to enjoy the details here, but the room is set up to be bold , or should we say laid-back.


But of course you are also here for the food. The details and all become extras as soon as you have had your first tastes. The fresh house-bread is to recommend, but all meals both look and taste absolutely DELICIOUS. Are you a group looking for a place, and there might be several favours between you, go to Cafe Mogador, the menu is versatile but still classic.

Did I mention people-watching? The pulse would not exist without the people. You see, this place has been around for 34 years, so Cafe Mogador houses everything from loyal locals to regulars like Alexa Chung!!! There is such great character here, and that is because of the total experience of the location; the food, the elements and the people. Eccentric sophistication.

See you there!