New Year’s celebrations may start on Dec. 31, but the party will continue well into the wee hours of New Year’s Day. What better way to recover from boozy New Year’s Eve parties than with a hearty, and potentially even boozier, holiday brunch?

There are plenty of restaurants in New York City kicking off 2017 with brunch and dinner specials. Check out the list of restaurants that are sure to keep the party going on New Year’s Day below:

1. Boulton & Watt: On New Year's Day, the restaurant will offer its very popular brunch menu to ring in 2017, featuring a-la-carte offerings like their Cast-Iron Baked Eggs, Oatmeal Buttermilk Pancakes and their menu of 3 Eggs Benedict options 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Brunch cocktails start at $6. After 4 p.m., the restaurant will be switching the menu for tis equally delicious dinner service, which lasts until 11:50 p.m. Location: 5 Avenue A

2. Park Avenue Tavern: Brunch kicks off at 10:30 a.m. at Park Avenue Tavern with a variety of delicious dishes like Nutella French Toast, Fried Chicken & Waffles, and Hangover Hash. For city dwellers still riding the booze-bus on New Year’s Day, cocktails and drafts start at just $5.  Following holiday brunch, the restaurant will serve its regular dinner menu 3-11 p.m., featuring tummy-fillers like maple-roasted salmon, pastrami Reuben and a 16-ounce boneless ribeye. For people looking to start their 2017 health and fitness goals right away, there are several salad options loaded with veggies but slim on the calories. Location: 99 Park Avenue

3. Bagatelle: If joie de vivre is what’s on the menu for New Year’s Day, look no further than Bagatelle, a French staple in New York City, known for exquisite and delicious dishes like poutine fries with chorizo, curd cheddar, tomato, eggs sunny side up, short rib and onion sauce, a hangover Burger made with wagyu steak, lettuce, tomato, cornichons, bacon, eggs, jalapeno and chipotle sauce on a potato bun, and French brioche with white chocolate chips, vanilla rum cream and chocolate sauce. The restaurant will be open on New Year’s Day 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Visit Bagatelle’s website for reservations or email nyreservations@bistrobagatelle.com. Location: One Little West 12th Street

4. Little Town NYC: Brunch at the contemporary restaurant won’t just serve as a delectable experience, but with specialty dishes like the Empire Bacon Cheeseburger served with jack cheddar, Applewood smoked bacon and cognac sauce on a sesame brioche bun and Arthur Avenue Angel Hair Pomodoro with sautéed garlic shrimp, dining at Little Town on New Year’s Day will surely lead to an unforgettable start to 2017 and will most likely lead to even more quality eating experiences for the rest of the year.  New Year's Day hours of operation are 11 a.m.-10 p.m.  Location: 118 East 15th Street

5. Trademark Taste & Grind: New Year’s Day doesn’t just symbolize the first day of 2017; it’s also National Bloody Mary Day. Folks looking for a hangover cure, or those who just want to keep the party going, won’t be disappointed with Trademark Taste & Grind, which just so happens to be launching a brand new Blood Mary Bar Jan. 1. For $15, guests can enjoy a house-made Bloody Mary and load it up with unlimited fixings, including seasonal veggies, cheese, salumi, pickles, jerky and sliders. Oysters can be added for just $3 more. Not to mention, the brunch menu, served 11 a.m.-3 p.m. also comes fully loaded with mouthwatering dishes. The restaurant will also serve dinner on New Year’s Day 4-10 p.m. Location: 38 West 36th Street

6. Maxwell’s Chophouse: Meat-eaters won’t be disappointed with restaurant’s special holiday menu, which features mouthwatering entrees like braised lamb shank and brisket of beef specifically on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Folks who dine at Maxwell’s on Jan. 1, will miss out on the special live performance, but they’ll still get to feast on the restaurant’s a-la-cart menu, which will also be served on both days during dinner seating at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Location: 1184 Broadway