Wake up NYC! It’s Sunday, time to get that brunch game-face on! The regular Eggs Benedict, mimosas, pass out and repeat isn’t going to cut it today, time to up that brunch-game of yours. Whether you want soul food, Asian fusion or a Caribbean feast, it’s best to do it with a little style, so we’ve compiled some of the most delicious and unique brunch options in the city:
- Where – Urbanspace Vanderbilt – Inside The Helmsley Building at 230 Park (at 45th Street & Vanderbilt Avenue), Manhattan, 10169
- Price – Join the list
Urbanspace’s Brunch Market offers over 20 dining options conveniently located beside Grand Central Terminal. From eggs benedict to lox to scones and beyond, this delicious spot has it all, and was even named one of Time Out NY’s favorite brunches. Whether you come for the endless group seating options or potent mimosas, there’s no better way to start off your weekend, so come get your fill today.
- Where – Pinks – 242 E 10th St New York, NY 10003
- Price – $45
Pinks is serving up something special for brunch: you get a scrumptious Cal-Mex brunch for two, with two entrees and two hours of unlimited drinks. Feast on authentic Baja-style Brunch Tacos, a huge Brunch Burrito, or delightful Huevos Rancheros with a choice of meat and fresh toppings. Lather on the hot sauce, because your friendly server will keep you topped off for 2 hours with Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and beer to keep you quenched. Inspired by vintage cars and “kustom kulture” of 1950s California, Pinks is an East Village landmark known for great music, friendly vibes, and soul-satisfying fare, and of course, mouth watering food. Pick a friend you really like, cause this Cal-Mex brunch with bottomless drinks is a real special treat!
- Where – Zurilee Restaurant – 755 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, 11226
- Price – $15
Imagine a hybrid between your favorite pizza joint and a bonafide Jamaican grill. ZuriLee Pizza Bar is really like nothing in Flatbush, and now this hidden gem is serving up the most scrumptious brunch in the city. They specialize in original, fusion dishes with a dash of Caribbean heat (ever had oxtail pizza?). Go ahead and lather on the hot sauce, because this colorful and cozy spot is serving unlimited brunch cocktails. Enjoy the hand painted decorations that line the walls while your server hands you a Bloody Mary, and a Bellini, and a Mimosa, then a Bloody Mary again… Still thinking about bagels and coffee? Don’t miss out!
- Where – MangoSeed Restaurant – 757 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, 11226
- Price – $30
Picture yourself sipping on an endless supply of premium cocktails, indulging in some Caribbean bites and enjoying some island vibes… all in the heart of Brooklyn. MangoSeed has become Brooklyn’s new favorite restaurant to enjoy delectable Caribbean-fused dishes & cocktails. Thanks to its flavorful cuisine, ambiance, & warm hospitality, even the choosiest customers fall in love at first bite. Enjoy this scrumptious brunch in their chic venue.
- Where – Zora’s Cafe – 712 9th Avenue, Manhattan, 10019
- Price – $49
Life’s better with a steamy plate of soul food in front of you. Zora’s Cafe is Hell’s Kitchen’s newest, and already beloved, premier soul food establishment. Only the finest ingredients, like organic meats and vegetables and cage-free eggs, are used to cook up all your favorite treats from below the Mason Dixie line. The difference is felt from the first to the last gravy-covered and cornbread-accompanied bite. This brunch special for two brings big southern inspired flavors for you and a very lucky friend!
- Where – Jack’s Sliders and Sushi – 171 3rd Avenue, 10003
- Price – $39
Bringing Asian-Fusion to a whole new level, Jack’s Sliders & Sushi is the place to get your fill of sliders, rice bowls, ramen and more; and this deal offers you the choice of 2 entrees from the full brunch menu, along with bottomless mimosas and sangria. Whether you go for the pork belly slider, salmon teriyaki bowl, or ginger crunchy curry slider, we promise this eclectic bistro will warm you up on even the coldest day. We’re sure the endless booze don’t hurt, either.
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