Noi Due Café
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We’re told breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And yet, many restaurants reserve their sunny side up eggs for the weekend. But that’s not the case at Noi Due Cafe on the Upper West Side. This new kosher, vegetarian spot serves brunch dishes like shakshuka and challah french toast from 11am to 4pm, plus lunch and dinner options like arancini, margherita pizza, and baked ziti until 10pm. You can try their Italian and Mediterannean dishes everyday on their outdoor patio, or for takeout and delivery.