Sunday Brunch Spots Worth Checking Out

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Here’s a list of places around the city that serve a quite enticing brunch on weekends.

Manhattan – East Village:

102 3rd Ave, New York, NY
On Sundays, from 11am to 4pm, Feast offers communal-style brunch. First course features bakery baskets, a gravlax torte, yogurt parfait, chilled pea soup, and a smoked goat cheese and asparagus quiche, all arriving together to share among the table. For a main course, each diner can select from eight different options that include soft-shell crab benedict, Swedish pancakes, and shrimp and grits, among others. Brunch is available for $24 per person, and includes a champagne-based cocktail.

Manhattan – Upper West Side:

Nick & Toni’s Cafe
100 West 67th Street, New York, NY

Enjoy weekend brunch at Nick & Toni’s Cafe with their signature Café Bloody Mary. It’s full of spices – infused chili & toasted peppercorn vodka, spicy organic tomato and house pickled ramp. As a dish suggestion, try their Knoll Crest Farm frittata with roasted Greenmarket squash and goat cheese.

Manhattan – Midtown East:

955 2nd Avenue, New York, NY

Pescatore’s brunch menu features savory plates like the Olympic Omelet with feta cheese, tomatoes, olives and spinach and the Norwegian Benedict with English muffin, smoked salmon, herb hollandaise sauce and poached eggs with home fries. And of course, there’s also sweet plates, like a Bourbon French Toast with bananas, walnuts and warm maple syrup.

Brooklyn – Brooklyn Heights:

Jack the Horse Tavern
66 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, NY

Jack the Horse Tavern brunch starters include items like Apple-Pecan Sticky Buns and Nutty Homemade Granola. They only use organic eggs for all their egg dishes and omelets. Off their griddle, they serve organic buckwheat pancakes. They also serve breakfast sandwiches like a Shrimp Club with avocado, bacon, smoked paprika mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato on toasted rye. For a brunch cocktail, there’s four different Bloody Marys to choose from, one of which is their house Bloody Mary that features infused bacon bourbon with bacon swizzle stick.

Brooklyn – Williamsburg:

Miranda Restaurant
80 Berry Street, Brooklyn, NY

Brunch starters include oatmeal with Mexican cinnamon, local gala apples and New York State maple syrup. For a main course, enjoy a frittata with Gorgonzola, wild mushrooms, caramelized shallots and poblano-peppered potatoes.

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