When you wake up on New Year's Day, chances are you will be in need of two things: a big breakfast and some hair of the dog.

As usual, brunch will be there to save the hung-over day. While New Year's Day is a holiday that will mean some of your favorite haunts are closed, plenty of others will be open and ready to welcome you -- whether you're trying to recover from the night before, keep the party going or just want a classier way to welcome the new year than using Seamless to order a breakfast sandwich from the bodega down the block.

Venture into 2017 with some bacon and Bloody Marys at these brunch spots.

Isabella's

This Upper West Side bistro will be serving
This Upper West Side bistro will be serving up brunch classics like omelettes, eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles with seasonal fruit and maple syrup. (359 Columbus Ave., Manhattan, isabellas.com) (Credit: Courtesy of Isabella's)

Upstairs at The Kimberly

Combine brunch with a rooftop to start your
Combine brunch with a rooftop to start your 2017 off in an extra trendy style atop The Kimberly Hotel. The specialty cocktails are $18, but they come with a pretty view of The Chrysler Building. (145 E. 50th St., Manhattan, upstairsnyc.com) (Credit: Zaida Sanchez)

The Good Fork

A sunny egg cures everything, especially when its
A sunny egg cures everything, especially when its part of a bibimbap with spicy gochujang-marinated skirt steak at The Good Fork in Red Hook. A few specials will also be on the menu, including a classic steak and eggs dish served with home fries and hotel butter, and shrimp and grits with chimichurri and pan sauce. (391 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn, goodfork.com) (Credit: Zach Desart and Burcu Avsar)

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Insa

Head to Sohui Kim's Korean BBQ restaurant in
Head to Sohui Kim's Korean BBQ restaurant in Gowanus where brunch meets happy hour -- from noon to 4 p.m. on New Year's Day, you'll get $1 soju shots or $2 off draft beer and wines by the glass -- and that's without mentioning the extensive cocktail list. Once you've had your hair of the dog, dig into mochi waffles with pear compote and maple syrup or crispy Korean rice cakes with a choice of house-made version of Spam or soondae sausage, spicy sauce and a fried egg. (328 Douglass St., Brooklyn, insabrooklyn.com) (Credit: Insa )

Tavern on the Green

Head to a New York classic for brunch
Head to a New York classic for brunch with views of beautiful Central Park --- and a massive, three-course prix-fixe brunch menu featuring items like smoked bacon and scrambled egg flatbreads, lobster Benedict, and brioche French toast with strawberries and whipped cream, pictured. ($95 per person, $55 child, Central Park West and 67th Street, Manhattan, tavernonthegreen.com) (Credit: Tavern on the Green)

Saxon + Parole

What better way to recover from having too
What better way to recover from having too much fun on New Year's Eve than by hitting up Saxon + Parole's do-it-yourself bloody mary bar and scarfing down a BLT with avocado? saxonandparole.com) (Credit: Saxon + Parole)

Rider

This relatively new Williamsburg spot from chef Patrick
This relatively new Williamsburg spot from chef Patrick Connolly has a brunch menu worthy of a New Year's Day celebration. Try the lox fries, or if you're really hungover (or if you're just suffering from a general 2016-induced hangover) dig in to The Cure -- crispy rice, duck confit, cilantro, hoisin, sriracha and a poached egg. (80 N Sixth St, Brooklyn, riderbklyn.com) (Credit: Asia Coladner)

Dante

Dante was recently named one of the 50
Dante was recently named one of the 50 best bars in the world and New Year's Day is the perfect time to sip on its All Day Bloody Mary, so named because it doesn't have to be breakfast time to be enjoyed. You can pair it with a wide selection of Italian-influenced brunch dishes, like burrata with sea salt, hazelnut granola with Greek yogurt, honeycomb and toasted spelt bread, and baked eggs with Tuscan kale, tomatoes and feta cheese. (79-81 Macdougal St., Manhattan, dante-nyc.com) (Credit: Dante)

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Little Frog

New Year's Day is the perfect time for
New Year's Day is the perfect time for Little Frog to roll out a new menu item: the Little Frog hangover platter. Recover in style with a rosti eggs Benedict (a rosti is a Swedish potato pancake), boudin sausage, grilled steak, breakfast sausage, Vermont bacon, truffle egg en cocotte, jalapeño grilled cheese sandwich and a side of papa bravas -- all for $20.17. Add a beer and it'll run you $26.17. (322 E. 86th St., Manhattan, littlefrognyc.com) (Credit: Little Frog)

Machiavelli

Head to the Upper West Side's Machiavelli, where
Head to the Upper West Side's Machiavelli, where New Year's Day will feature Italian brunch along with music courtesy of students from nearby Juilliard and Mannes College of Music. Options include the uova alla Fiorentina (or, eggs Florentine) -- poached eggs over fresh spinach, fonduta cheese sauce and a crispy polenta cake. If you're feeling more sweet than savory, there's a panettone French toast with Grand Marnier, candied fruit and raisins. (519 Columbus Ave., Manhattan, machiavellinyc.com) (Credit: Machiavelli)

Freud

Freud -- the Viennese brasserie from Eduard Frauneder
Freud -- the Viennese brasserie from Eduard Frauneder of Edi & The Wolf fame -- will be offering up brunch with a side of jazz in NoHo on New Year's Day. Enjoy the music, sip on $8 mimosas or $10 craft brunch cocktails and enjoy pancakes with blueberries and whipped sour cream, or sunny eggs served with snow peas, maple sausage and shiitake mushrooms. (Freud, 506 LaGuardia Place, Manhattan, freudnyc.com) (Credit: Katie Burton)

Vinateria

Head to Harlem for brunch at Vinateria, a
Head to Harlem for brunch at Vinateria, a cozy Spanish- and Italian-influenced restaurant with a lovely wine list. Brunch plates -- like scrambled eggs with house or Merguez sausage -- cost $18.50 and come with one mimosa or Bloody Mary and coffee or tea. (Vinateria, 2211 Frederick Douglass Blvd., Manhattan, vinaterianyc.com) (Credit: Vinateria)

TESSA

What better way to wake up than with
What better way to wake up than with TESSA's "ultimate breakfast sandwich" -- an English muffin topped with Sasso chicken sausage, a mini omelette, oven-dried tomato, Gruyère cheese and harissa aioli. (349 Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan, tessanyc.com) (Credit: TESSA)

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Anejo

This Mexican restaurant, with locations in Hell's Kitchen
This Mexican restaurant, with locations in Hell's Kitchen and TriBeCa, will be open all day -- so if you can't quite muster up the strength for brunch (during which you can snag an entree, a coffee or tea, and three plata margaritas, mimosas, sangrias or Bloody Marias for $29), you can always drag yourself out later in the day for dinner. (668 10th Ave. and 301 Church St., Manhattan, anejonyc.com) (Credit: Anejo)