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      i like Nice Matin: 201 W. 79th St., bet. Amsterdam and Broadway. The space is superb, open, high-ceilinged and not too tightly packed. Plus, they offer an array of reasonably priced, delicious french food. Try the Baby Spinach Salad w/ aged goat cheese, bacon, beets, onions, hazelnut and nut oil vinaigrette. best brunch in the upper west side...
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      If the wait at that Sarabeth's is too long try my fav St. James Gate: 441 Amsterdam Ave. at W. 81st St. A little Irish brunch in the Upper West Side?! Eggs with Irish bacon, bangers, black & white Pudding with Hash for $13 is a steal; there never seems to be a crowd; and there's a mixture of light/dark seating areas depending on your mood. Plus, since it's very much a bar/restaurant, this is another spot where you can expect a great Bloody Mary.
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      My favorite brunch in the upper west side is Sarabeth's West: 423 Amsterdam Ave., bet. 80th and 81st sts. Try the Almond Crusted French Toast or the Salmon Eggs Benedict. Waits can be long, but there's plenty to do in the area if you care to put your name down and come back. Cafe con Leche, across the street, makes a great cup of coffee and you can wait there. It's worth it, their brunch food is off the charts!
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      one great brunch spot in the upper west side is called Good Enough to Eat. 483 Amsterdam Ave., bet. 83rd and 84 sts. "The ambiance is cozy and the dishes carry a $2-3 premium over standard fare, but it all seems well worth it when your taste buds connect with fresh rolls covered in strawberry butter and succulent, double-thick strips of bacon. Finally, if you happen to be in the market for a bit of hair of the dog that bit you, they also make a fierce Bloody Mary, served in a cup that seems more aptly suited to hold a milkshake than a cocktail. "
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