Crooked Knife

A boozy brunch felt like it was necessary, so Rebekah, Lindsay, and I hit up Crooked Knife (14th Street location, between 7th and 8th) for some mimosas and good convo over the weekend. There’s a mish mash of furniture at Crooked Knife.  There are Victorian couches in the front, burlap covered banquettes in the back,…

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Butcher Bar

The only thing that made my meal at Butcher Bar brunchy was the endless mimosas I drank.  Sure, there are some good bbq + eggs dishes on the menu, but when you’re eating at 2 PM, it’s time to admit that you’ve given up on the breakfast wagon.  2 PM is not too late, however,…

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Warehouse Grille

The morning after a wedding you want greasy food and you want it immediately.  We didn’t have to walk far from our hotel to find Warehouse Grille, which satisfied our need for food and also our need for a little hair of the dog thanks to their $10 bottomless brunch deal. The menu at Warehouse…

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Stylin: Revel Brunch

Part of the fun of enjoying a meal is dressing for it.  The right outfit sets the mood.  I think the food just tastes better when I’m dressed appropriately for the occation.  My ensemble for a night out with the girls is very different from the one I would wear to a Sunday boozy brunch.  Here,…

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Revel

Meatpacking has quite the brunch scene.  Every once in a while, it’s great to get dressed up like you’re going to a club and dance on tables in the early afternoon…and then you realize you just spent an entire paycheck and it’s not even dark out.  You’ve got quite the dilemma: you want to experience…

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MexiBBQ

There is no better way to celebrate a successful race completion than by brunching.  Hardcore, bottomless brunching, to be specific.  Since we were going to be in Astoria Sunday afternoon for Karina’s birthday, we decided to do brunch in that neighborhood and picked MexiBBQ since they had a $16 bottomless deal. I would say the…

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Cotta

When it comes to the UWS, I’m usually out of my depth.  I’m not in the area often enough to know which spots are good and which, more importantly, offer a great brunch deal.  That’s why when we met Shawn in his neighborhood for brunch last weekend, we had to follow his lead.  He introduced…

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Rayuela

And now for my third brunch post in a row I’ll tell you all about Rayuela.  This one is another bottomless brunch spot.  For just $15 you can have sangria added to your entree (which will only set you back about $13 in itself).  You can switch off between sangria flavors, but I started with…

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Ichabod’s

Ichabod’s is small, but size doesn’t always matter.  Not when a bottomless brunch is offered, at least.  Just $15 gets you two hours of mimosas or bloodies, which go great with the country breakfast (two eggs, potatoes, and bacon or sausage).  The food was solid, the vibe intimate, and the location just off Union Square…

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