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Alien Café Adds Sophistication to East Williamsburg Brunch

December 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Brooklyn, Coffee, East Williamsburg, Eggs and Omelettes, Eggs Benedict, Foodie Find, French Toast, Williamsburg

There has been a lot said about the gentrification of Williamsburg over the last decade, and particularly the last few years since the rezoning of 2005 opened up the waterfront areas for development. Much of this “urban renewal” has taken place on the North and South sides, which are generally divided by Grand Street, but […]

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Eggs Benedict Reinvented at Elephant & Castle

February 5th, 2011 · No Comments · Eggs Benedict, Foodie Find, French Toast, Unique Brunch, West Village

Enjoy this guest post by Amy Jarosky, a West Village brunch fanatic who knows her Eggs Benedict. Follow Amy’s brunch excursions on Twitter @amyjarosky. Eggs Benedict. A New York born, classic brunch option. Like any good invention, variations may develop over time. In this case, I’m referring to the well known Eggs Florentine, Eggs Norweigan, […]

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New Yorky York and the Fancy Brunch

March 20th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Fancy brunch, Flatiron, Foodie Find, Gramercy, Manhattan, Murray Hill

College teaches us that brunch is the perfect sweatpants, overeating, two meals in one, all you can eat type of dining experience.  You wake up after a night of too many drinks, and you throw on random clothes, head to the dining hall, and eat a bagel, and a turkey sandwich, and some cookies, and […]

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Bao Noodles Brunch: Bánh Mì Please!

March 5th, 2010 · No Comments · Asian, Foodie Find, Gramercy, Manhattan, Prix Fixe, Sandwiches, Uncategorized, Unique Brunch

I’m all about trying new things, especially when those new things involve brunch and ethnic cuisine. So when I heard about Gramercy’s Bao Noodles and their Vietnamese brunch menu, I had to try it. The extent of my Vietnamese culinary knowledge does not go very far beyond Phở, the classic noodle soup, and the translucent […]

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Weekday Brunch: The New Brunch Trend

September 11th, 2009 · 5 Comments · East Village, Foodie Find, Mediterranean, Unique Brunch, weekday brunch

After writing the review of Permanent Brunch, the newly opened East Village restaurant dedicated to my favorite weekend pastime, I began to feel very optimistic about the expansion of brunch into the middle of the week. Whether Permanent Brunch was the catalyst for this movement or just the most obvious newcomer to a little known […]

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