All about Food
Brunch has become the most important meal of the weekend for most people these days. During the week I speak about Breakfast (which I don’t have), Coffee (which is a must have), Tea and the possibility of Lunch. On Friday mornings my friends and I are usually planning our weekend and Brunch is pretty much the weekend plan. We have a chance to talk about our week, support each other and enjoy great food.
Whether you’re a lover of the Richness of an Avacado Toast or an appetizing Classic, like Eggs Benedict you’re bound to enjoy your weekends with the endless Brunch Options.
The quietness, the Garden ambiance, the natural lighting, the coziness and the intimate feel with a pleasing menu makes this place a favorite. I love the Salmon Benedict, but the Roasted Banana stuffed French’s taost is definitely a crowd pleaser.
135 N 5th Street, Brooklyn,
Vinegar Hill House
Tucked away just east of Dumbo, Vinegar Hill House is one of Brooklyn’s hidden gems. I’m not a Pancake lover, but somehow I fell in love with the Sourdough Pear Pancake, the old time charm and the coziness of winter.
72 Hudson Avenue , Brooklyn
It’s Rustic and cozy – it’s feels like home with a seasonal menu. I love the friendliness and the casual vibe. Not a large menu offering but very tasty. I’m yet to order a brunch item because the Cali Burger stole my heart with a side of bacon (because bacon makes everything great) and smoked Gouda.
124 Bedford Avenue @N 10th Street