Five Points

(Now Closed)
New American Restaurant and Cocktail Bar$$$$
NoHo, New York
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  • Amy L.
    Amy LukesSeptember 9, 2012
    The table inside the restaurant right by the door is perfect for nice days! You get a touch of indoor and outdoor seating. Amazing brunch. Baked egg whites were to die for! Definitely coming back.
  • Michele N.
    Michele NgAugust 13, 2013
    Their Monday lobster special is great. I felt like my portions were big and totally worth it. I replaced the baked potato with broccoli rabe. Great service. Get lobster special. Nothing else
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatNovember 28, 2011
    This place is superb for brunch or dinner but we prefer brunch which is weekends only. Try the Lemon Ricotta Pancakes or the Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict. Make reservations because it can get busy.
  • Claire B.
    Claire BechholdJanuary 31, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    The best happy hour downtown, without a doubt. $5 martini and they bring you the shaker. Bonus: a killer bread basket to soak it up.
  • Superb
    SuperbJuly 23, 2012
    Awesome brunch spot. The pork shoulder hash is delicious, and the churros with Mexican hot chocolate is a good appetizer to split with your brunch date(s). Be sure to make a reservation, though!
  • Frank R.
    Frank RimalovskiJanuary 24, 2012
    Awesome farm to table type american. Menu changes constantly but having been here 6 times I can say everything I've had is great or better. Same owners as Cookshop! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Minji S.
    Minji SonMarch 24, 2013
    I LOVE this place. One of my fav. brunch place in the city. Egg Rancheros is a MUST!!!! Everything on the menu is gooooooooood
  • Zach M.
    Zach MaierFebruary 20, 2012
    Has a pretty big selection of "artisan" bloody marys... made with gin, tequila, and a bunch of other liquors. The rosemary-infused bloody mary comes with a GIGANTIC sprig of fresh rosemary.
  • Susan C.
    Susan ClaxtonAugust 22, 2011
    Best brunch in the city and they take reservations. The baked items are nom nom nom as are all the dishes from the wood over. Fav is Pork-Fennel Sausage & Poached Eggs. Life-changing.
  • William K.
    William KellyMarch 23, 2014
    I am pretty positive that their morning hostess trio is purposefully incompetent. Add to the allure of the wait and all. Best bet is to keep asking. They will sit you faster. I dun seen it happen.
  • Aileen T.
    Aileen TseJanuary 5, 2013
    i love coming to this place for brunch: three eggs baked in a crock, brioche french toast, and mexican hot chocolate. but they tend to change the menu often
  • Angela W.
    Angela WenApril 28, 2013
    Angry frittata comes with a super spicy jelly. Huge portion, perfect to share with two when you also get the churros and Mexican hot Chocolate.
  • Chelsea B.
    Chelsea BalkanApril 15, 2013
    #fabuLiST Monday is Lobster Monday! Includes a whole main lobster, twice baked potatoe, coleslaw and your choice of beer or house wine for $24
  • Adriane
    AdrianeFebruary 10, 2014
    Wood oven roasted eggs with polenta, ricotta and tomato sauce are the way to go! Really delicious!
  • Stewart A.
    Stewart AlsopDecember 10, 2011
    Try the Roasted Tomatoes And Eggs With Polenta And Ricotta - Amazing! The ricotta was outstanding and baking the stuff together made it taste just so.
  • Spotted by Locals - city guides by locals
    Try .. well any of the egg dishes. Pair them with pitchers of seriously strong cocktails masquerading as brunch beverages Read more
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Patrons tend to start out with a plate of slender, sugar-crusted churros with melted dunking chocolate ($10), but diners might do just as well splitting the brioche French toast ($12). Read more
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 15, 2014
    All too often afternoon drinking is consigned to warmer climates, but why stop because the patios are closed? Five Points makes for an easy winter destination with half-priced martinis from 5 to 7. Read more
  • Roll C.
    Roll CMarch 13, 2014
    Would love to have come for brunch to try the churos, but the prix fixe lunch menu didn't disappoint. Devilled eggs w/ hot jam and chicken salad were cra cra
  • kristina n.
    kristina neoushoffAugust 17, 2012
    Love the bread and crackers they serve. Pork chop was awesome, and service is friendly and fantastic. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Beth B.
    Beth BatesMay 9, 2013
    The angry frittata is huge and delicious--although watch out for the "hot hot jam" that comes with it: it has a surprisingly large kick.
  • Era S.
    Era SinghDecember 21, 2013
    One of my fave brunch spots in the city, by far. Lemon ricotta pancakes are amazing!!! And fun atmosphere
  • OutSpokenNYC
    OutSpokenNYCAugust 14, 2011
    Some of the best brunch I've ever had in NYC. Not the place for boozy brunch because the drinks are on the pricey side, but the food is unbeatable!
  • Bastian B.
    Bastian BeyerMay 11, 2013
    Best breakfast / brunch I had in Manhattan! Try the Soft Scrambled Eggs
  • Sally T.
    Sally TaylorDecember 17, 2013
    There are very few places where I've reached food nirvana. Five Points is one of those places. Try the gnocchi, carpaccio, or squid.
  • Mike C.
    Mike ChauJune 1, 2013
    Try the Chicken Tinga - Spicy pulled chicken, poached eggs, tortillas, cabbage and red onion slaw, lime crema
  • Maurilio A.
    Maurilio AmorimJune 7, 2012
    Try the Tile Fish With Rye Berries, Jalapeno, Strawberries And Yorgutb - Complex and different at each bite. Brilliant!
  • Ann Marie D.
    Ann Marie DeMauroSeptember 29, 2013
    Lovely place but again a restaurant makes the mistake of have bar stools that are too high ... When did the the average bar and stools get so high they are chin hight to me
  • Elie K.
    Elie KardousJanuary 24, 2012
    Rosemary bloody mary is phenomenal. The frittata is delicious. Hands down one of the best brunches in the city!
  • Gloria C.
    Gloria ChinOctober 8, 2013
    get the smoked salmon eggs benedict w/ puff pastry, breakfast sausage benedict, or soft shell crab sandwich
  • Jeremy
    JeremyOctober 30, 2011
    Omgomgomg! This place is f*cking fantastic. Churros with hot chocolate are a must. Also, just realized it's named after the 5 Points!
  • Food Network
    Food NetworkAugust 8, 2011
    On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Alex Guarnaschelli enjoys the Yukon Gold Potato Pizza at Five Points in New York, NY. Find more tips at FN Local. Read more
  • Charles B.
    Charles BSeptember 15, 2011
    Pretty refined brunch spot. If you can snag a table outside on a nice day, its a great place to drink away a hangover.
  • Phoebe E.
    Phoebe EApril 30, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    Happy Hour 5-7: get the clams with cauliflower. Ask for bread so you can sop up the buttery broth
  • Albert S.
    Albert SzeJanuary 28, 2013
    Had a great potato pizza with truffle oil which was great and the restaurant has really fresh oysters
  • Stephanie
    StephanieDecember 24, 2011
    Weekday? Lunch menu rocks as well...chili is a hearty starter. And of course the freakin potato truffle pizza too
  • Haley H.
    Haley Hughes BryanDecember 8, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    The food here is consistently great. Reliable neighborhood spot. My favorites: scallops, brick chicken, potato pizza with truffle oil, and the burger.
  • Compass
    CompassMay 19, 2014
    The expansive restaurant is home to comfort food, pitchers of sangria, and a killer brunch menu.
  • Grace L.
    Grace LSeptember 1, 2011
    Dinner is phenomenal but their brunch is untouchable. Get the roasted tomato with eggs & mexican churros to share.
  • Adam L.
    Adam LondonFebruary 2, 2013
    Golden ratio: 2 savory, 1 sweet. Roasted eggs, angry skillet, and lemon ricotta pancakes. Enjoy.
  • Journo G.
    Journo GirlDecember 8, 2013
    Make a RESERVATION for weekend brunch!!! The wait is too long otherwise & space is limited & the host/ hostess can be a little disorganized.
  • Elena H.
    Elena H.May 10, 2014
    Delicious and fresh cocktails! Highly recommend the neo Seoul if you want a kick
  • Justin S.
    Justin SongMay 27, 2012
    Try the Pork Shoulder Hash - Has a real peppery kick to it...eggs perfectly poached but portion could've been bigger #nom #brunch #MDW
  • Bas
    BasJanuary 20, 2014
    Try the brisket hash with eggs... the best
  • Evann B.
    Evann BorgmanApril 3, 2011
    Great service, and handsome bartender - sit at the bar for a great Sunday brunch! (Cocktails are a must)
  • Taehwan S.
    Taehwan SonNovember 25, 2013
    Breakfast menu only on the weekends 😢 come on the weekend to have their best egg rancheros!!
  • Michelle J.
    Great private room in the back for groups of 12 - 20. Good team dinner spot.
  • Jessica L.
    Jessica LorenceSeptember 30, 2011
    From 5pm-7pm at the bar they have a great happy hour. $5 drinks, $6 snacks and $2 oysters
  • Sam P.
    Sam PezzulloJanuary 26, 2014
    Pretty solid brunch spot. The spicy jalapeño Mexican Bloody Mary is awesome.
  • Rafi S.
    Rafi SyedJanuary 30, 2012
    Meh. Always a long line and the space in the front is a little dark. Sit in the back under the skylight or go to the smile around the corner and sit at front table.
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