Popular transit app Uber figures that many people calling rides on Saturdays and Sundays between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. in NYC are hailing a cab to brunch.
Knowing what we know about New Yorkers and Uber users, they are probably right.
To see which restaurants their users frequent most, they took a look at the data. Here's what they found:
No shock here! The beautiful bistro is wealthy hipster central. (Though also a spot flocked to by tourists.)
Pretty spot near the High Line? Yep.
Katz's Deli, Lower East Side
Another iconic spot that's very Instagrammable.
The queen bee of Brooklyn restaurants!
Buvette, West Village
A West Village gem that is quaint and very Parisian. Also grammable.
The River Cafe, DUMBO
Most people can't afford the River Cafe. Uber users can!
ABC Kitchen, Union Square
This is the sister restaurant to ABC Cocina, where the guacamole with peas recipe originated.
Pizza and history, in one place. Also: lines.
Maison Premiere, Williamsburg
Shockingly the first Williamsburg restaurant to rank, M.P. of course fits. Oysters and absinthe in an old-timey setting?!
By Chloe, West Village
This new spot is highly buzzed about and makes veggie burgers, one of the biggest food trends of 2015.
Le Barricou, Williamsburg
Open since 2006, this bistro is known for brunch. There you go.
Sweet Chick, Lower East Side
Fried chicken, waffles, hip hop.
Vinegar Hill House, Vinegar Hill
A beautiful and delicious place, yes, but we think people take Uber here because there is literally no subway nearby.
A new spot with rave reviews and a "California" burger with avocado. Very attractive.
Bottomless mimosa brunch is a big thing here.