Eat and Drink NYC's most unique and delicious bacon dishes By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated January 29, 2015 7:05 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email We're celebrating NYC's most unique bacon dishes... because we can. Buvette's Brunch Sandwich Photo Credit: instagram/melissabethk Adorable Parisian cafe Buvette makes an awesome internationally inspired breakfast sandwich. Two waffles are drizzled with maple syrup, piled with crispy bacon and topped with an over easy egg. Bacon covered in egg yolk and syrup? Yes, please. Add a side of fresh pressed orange juice for the ultimate breakfast indulgence. Bacon Wrapped Matzo Balls at The Gorbals Photo Credit: flickr/scaredykat The ultimate irony is served at Ilan Hall's new Williamsburg restaurant The Gorbals. Fluffy, Eastern European Jewish matzo balls are encased with a strip of crispy, forbidden (to Jews) bacon, for the ultimate in salty, savory perfection. Perhaps the rule-breaking nature of this dish is what makes it so fantastic. Kale BLT Salad at Sweet Chick Photo Credit: facebook/SweetChickBK If there's anything to remove the guilt of eating thick, house cured, fatty, juicy bacon, it's a delicious kale salad topped with preserved lemon vinaigrette. Get this marvelous meaty vegetable dish at Sweet Chick, and indulge in some bacon wrapped oysters too, as long as you're at it. Breakfast Ramen at Talde Photo Credit: Talde If noodles for breakfast are your thing, check out Talde's brunch ramen in Park Slope. The noodles swim in a buttered toast broth, topped with thick honey-glazed bacon and a soft six minute egg. Tuna Tataki Cups at The General Photo Credit: The General For the lighter side of bacon (kind of) try The General's tuna with bacon, guacamole and balsamic. Japanese, American, Mexican and American flavors all fuse into one in this creative dish! Maple Bacon Doughnut at Traif Photo Credit: flickr/chinkerfly Traif, Williamsburg's ironic homage to all things non-Kosher, is superb in the bacon department. Try their maple and bacon doughnuts for an indulgent bacon dessert! Peter Luger's Extra Thick Bacon, by the slice Photo Credit: flickr/robgross You're probably not going to visit legendary Peter Luger Steakhouse without ordering a steak, but why not include a side of bacon? This thick, meaty, greasy slab is the perfect compliment to a carnivorous meal. PB & B Burger at Whitmans Photo Credit: flickr/zokuga The peanut butter and bacon burger at Whitmans in the East Village may be one of the most cleverly topped burgers in NYC. The peanut butter soaks up the grease and adds savory flavor and the bacon adds crunch and plenty of flavor to the already delicious burger. Maple Glazed Bacon at Shopsins Photo Credit: flickr/rikomatic The eccentric Lower East Side restaurant Shopsins serves all types of sweet and savory mash-up foods, from macaroni and cheese pancakes to their candied maple glazed bacon. All of the perfect flavor of breakfast in one crispy bite, this bacon is certainly unique - and delicious. Good Morning Dog at Crif Dogs Photo Credit: flickr/dereklo Crif Dogs is really the royalty of hot dogs in NYC. Locations in the East Village, West Village and Williamsburg serve creative hot dogs, the best wrapped in bacon and topped with items like a fried egg and cheese for the Good Morning Dog or peanut butter, crushed chips and a pickle in the Lil Ma menu item. Waldy's Woodfire Bacon & Chicken Pizza Photo Credit: flickr/slice If there's anything better than bacon, it's pizza, but it's tough competition. Waldy's Woodfire Pizza and Penne in Chelsea serves up a pizza topped with crispy bacon, chicken and peppers. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.