When the weekend hits, it’s time to get that brunch game-face on!
Brunch season may be year-round, but we feel like this is really the best time for boozy brunches. It’s not too hot, not too cold…a perfect time to sit inside or outside with a mimosa and not have to worry about the brutal sun nor keeping track of a coat. Whether you want Moroccan, Cal-Mex fusion or a Peruvian flavor, it’s best to do it with a little style, so we’ve compiled some of the most delicious brunch options in the city:
Where: 510 La Guardia Place
The opulence and glamour of the Moroccan high-life has come to NY! Le Souk boasts three levels, each evoking a Moroccan oasis. The menu by Michelin-starred chef Doug Psaltis brings together brunch favorites with North African and French influences. Try the Chipotle Eggs Benedict or the Fried Chicken served with buttermilk waffles, whipped cream and berry coulis. Whatever tasty thing you pick, it will be paired with 2 hours of endless Bloody Marys, Bellinis, Margaritas, and Mojitos. Bottoms up! Find out more here.
Where: 57 Murray Street
19th century New York meets 2018 bottomless brunch at Monk McGinn’s! This two-story craft beer and cocktail bar is a trip back in time to when New Yorkers walked on cobblestone streets and would drink in secret speakeasies. Its fascinating industrial look and reclaimed detail make for a very unique but welcome feel. Bring a bud and dig into a delicious brunch in this 100% NYC venue. Ask for as much hot sauce as you’d like, because you’ll cool off with 90 minutes of bottomless drinks! So come treat yourself and someone special to the irresistible taste of the roaring 20’s! Find out more here.
Where: 54 W 39th Street
An essential stop in the Midtown bar and brunch scene, Proper West is pouring endless drinks and serving delicious entrees! This bi-level spot adds a dash of style to the sports bar scene. Enter the 5,000-square-foot space and sidle up to a long marble bar, decorated with globe lights and towering flower arrangements. Bring a friend and share American classics like truffle mac-and-cheese, Caesar salad and as well as signature burgers like the Proper Burger, topped with white cheddar, applewood-smoked bacon and caramelized onions. Get your tickets here and dig in!
Where: 242 E 10th St
Pinks is serving up something special for brunch: you get a scrumptious Cal-Mex brunch for two, with one entree per person and two hours of unlimited drinks. Feast on authentic Brunch Nachos or Quesadillas, 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! Find out more here.
Where: 173 7th Avenue South
Using fresh ingredients and traditional Peruvian recipes, Baby Brasa is making healthy food irresistible. Baby Brasa is Franco Noriega’s first New York restaurant, modeled after the traditional pollerías that are a hallmark of Peruvian street cuisine. Responsibly sourced through D’Artagnan, their free-range organic chicken packs a flavor that can only come from the freshest ingredients and Peruvian spices. Get a ticket and travel through the streets of Peru one bite at a time! Find out more here.
Where: 6571, 230 E 51st St
Tell your BFF you love them, but say it the right way: get them 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails! Come hungry, come thirsty, and come ready to have the most daytime fun you’re ever gonna have. Clinton Hall is ready to serve you and a bud with bottomless cocktails paired with one delicious entree. Pick any item from their brunch menu full of all-time classics like waffles, omelettes, bagels… Get your tickets and brunch away! Find out more here.
Weekend Brunch and Cocktails at Farmer & The Fish
Where: 245 Park Avenue South
When the best ingredients are placed in the hands of the best chefs, something close to magic is served hot on a plate. Gramercy Farmer & The Fish is NYC’s counterpart to the revolutionary “farm to table” establishment in North Salem. Their four-acre farm, “Purdy’s Farm”, supplies all of the restaurant’s produce. Aiming to serve, and grow, the freshest, most nutrient-packed, and sustainable food around, you can now get a ticket to be the last step in this sustainable and delicious eco food-chain. Their raw bar features a collection of fresh seafood from NY’s own Downeast Seafood, including oysters, clams, shrimp & crab. Get your ticket for a true ‘farm to table fish house’ experience. Find out more here.