Brooklyn’s Best Brunch Spots

By Jordan • October 7th, 2017

New York is known for many things, not the least of which is the beloved (boozy) brunch. Brooklyn has come into its own with an impressive gastro scene, and you can get your post-party needs met across the borough.

1. Tom’s on Washington Avenue at the Prospect Heights/Crown Heights border may haveĀ  a line that extends around the corner, but when the cheerful staff comes around with complimentary coffee, cookies and orange slices, waiting does seem so bad.

2. Grand Army tavern in Boerum Hill offers a bloody mary platter, with two bloodies, two pilsners, and two tiers of seafood, deviled eggs and veggies.

3. Court Street Grocers has perfected the breakfast sammie, then upped the ante to include cabot cheddar, arugula, and Taylor pork roll.

4. Colonie in Brooklyn Heights uses locally sourced ingredients and produce for its grains, grits, omelettes, veggies, and more.

5. Pies ‘n’ Thighs. With a name like that, this Williamsburg restaurant needs no further description.

6. Reynard, also in Williamsburg, is downstairs from Ides, both concepts by Andrew Tarlow.

7. Egg in Williamsburg (are you noticing a trend here?) offers a solid Southern breakfast at a reasonable price, but you can expect a wait.

8. Allswell (again, in Williamsburg) changes its menu daily and posts it to Tumblr. It also offers Cowboy Coffee, a blend of Bourbon, iced coffee, Borghetti and cream.

9. Roberta’s Michelin-starred restaurant in Bushwick offers pizza for brunch–why not?–and seasonal greens grown on their rooftop garden.

10. Sweet Chick, yes, in Williamsburg, will have you battling Bedford Avenue tourists, but its chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, and even vegetarian chicken and waffles make up for it.

Source: TimeOut


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