Stylish Brunching is a Tradition in the Big Apple
Brunch is a New York tradition not unrealistically featured in countless articles, movies and TV shows. It's a topic of much discussion and impassioned debate among the locals as well. Many consider it the highlight of their week. So why is brunching so important? Maybe we city-folk love this meal because it is about relaxing with your friends and overindulging - two things that are sometimes a luxury with our busy schedules. Residents are constantly rushing from work to the train, to pressing social engagements and back again. We dash frantically in and out with an ever-expanding list of obligations. Weekend brunch is a... Read more »
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- Cuisine: Comfort Food
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- Average Main Course Price: $10
- Neighborhood: Brooklyn
Local Expert Tip: "Come hungry and prepared to wait."
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