If you’re too familiar with that stomach-churning feeling the morning after an especially fun party, please join The Breakfast Club – LBB style. Here is a list of places you can head to {or order in from} after a booze-soaked night.

The Nutcracker

Photo courtesy: The Nutcracker

Photo courtesy: The Nutcracker

A popular place known for its cosy ambience, comfort is exactly what you need to nail a hangover in the head. At Nutcracker, your taste buds can snuggle with Belgian waffles, oats porridge, hummus and pita or buttermilk pancakes. Very popular for their egg dishes, they are an all-day breakfast place {more of them,please}. So, if your concept of time is not in sync with the world, head to Nutcracker.

Yorrick’s Cookhouse

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Photo courtesy: Yorricks

A delivery-only setup, Yorrick’s is known for its burgers. This Bandra joint serves burgers loaded with the right amount of grease needed to eliminate the head spin. Perfect for those who like their relief ordered in or people who hate pants {we get you}. They have messy chicken, double trouble and a pork-u-pine burger along with pizza, pasta and salads on the menu.

Irish House

Photo courtesy: The Irish House

Photo courtesy: The Irish House

The Irish House has introduced an all-new breakfast menu that includes smoked sausages, thyme waffles with cherry-tomato fondue {which was not sweet}, spiced baked beans with poached egg salad, a quinoa salad and their comforting breakfast stews infused with beer. Who says you can’t kill a hangover with more alcohol?

Ellipsis Bakery

Photo courtesy: Elipsis

Photo courtesy: Elipsis

The breakfast at Ellipsis Bakery will treat you to bagel bombs {to make up for the Jager bombs}, chicken galettes, granola, hot chocolate. They also have chlorophyll yogurt, topped with berries and edible flowers. We’re definitely trying that out.

Boveda Bistro

Photo courtesy: Boveda

Photo courtesy: Boveda

Head on over to Boveda Bistro for some good old eggs, cereal bowls, oats poha, waffles, pancakes, smoothies and milkshakes. They also serve an Israeli breakfast, with a shakshouka which reminds us of the breakfast served in the mountains of Himachal.

Featured photo courtesy: The Irish House