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Williamsburg Kitchen Opens for Brunch in East Williamsburg

December 15th, 2012 · No Comments · East Williamsburg, Eggs and Omelettes, Eggs Benedict, French Toast, Williamsburg

Nearly a year after writing about the burgeoning Grand Street in East Williamsburg, a new restaurant, Williamsburg Kitchen, recently opened with a vision of bringing a little modern flair to the neighborhood’s mostly generic offerings. An offshoot of Bushwick Kitchen, which opened last year in the adjacent Brooklyn neighborhood, Williamsburg Kitchen’s new Euro-American fusion cuisine […]

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Coney Island Style Brunch at Full Circle Bar

September 4th, 2010 · No Comments · Alcohol, Bagels, Brooklyn, Unique Brunch, Williamsburg

When the guys behind Full Circle Bar opened up shop in Williamsburg in Fall 2009, they aimed to infuse the fun and nostalgia of Coney Island with a chill place to hang out and have a drink. As the national home to Brewskee-Ball, the first-ever competitive Skee-Ball league, the bar’s claim to fame is definitely […]

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Eggs Take a Back Seat at Brooklyn’s Egg

May 21st, 2009 · 3 Comments · Bacon, Brooklyn, Eggs and Omelettes, Foodie Find, Grits

Since learning about Egg several months ago, I’ve wanted to try the highly acclaimed Williamsburg eggery to see what all the fuss is about. So this past Saturday I hopped on the L train to Brooklyn to see if Egg was all it’s cracked up to be. My friends and I arrived at Egg a […]

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Take a Lokal Vacation in Brooklyn

April 22nd, 2009 · 2 Comments · Bloody Mary, Brooklyn, Eggs and Omelettes, Outside Seating, Prix Fixe

This is a guest post from AfterHoursBrooklyn, a blog about having fun (and eating well) in Brooklyn. Enjoy! As a Prospect Park Brooklynite and regular brunchster it takes quite a bit to get me on a subway to anywhere on Sundays – the options are just too numerous right around the corner. I was, however, […]

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