Soon enough, it’ll be 2023, which means good riddance to 2022 (a familiar refrain). The first day of a new year requires hearty brunch food, good luck dishes (lots of black-eyed peas), and some mimosas for those who may have partied way too hard on New Year’s Eve and/or are seeking to start the new year on the right foot. From black-eyed peas at William Chris Vineyards to chicken and waffles at the Cavalier, here are the brunches your body needs to have you feeling for 2023.
Everything below should be open or available on Saturday, January 1, 2023. While you’re here, check out our roundups of the best New Year’s Eve dinners, parties, and takeout meals (to be updated soon).
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