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Need a go-to weekend frittata recipe? NYC brunch haven Sarabeth's has you covered.

Brunch at Sarabeth’s! If you’re a New Yorker, chances are you’ve said it at some point. If you’re not, pick up a copy of chef-owner Sarabeth Levine’s new collection of her famed breakfast recipes, skip the line and re-create these delicious dishes at home. 

What’s really nice here is the way the two cheeses play off each other. The sharp, tangy goat cheese gets very soft, and the stronger Gruyère becomes melty, but each maintains its own identity. Peppery arugula ties it all together. The cooked greens wilt into the cheesy frittata, and the bright arugula side salad cuts through the richness of the frittata and makes this a complete meal.

Reprinted with permission from Sarabeth’s Good Morning Cookbook