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Boulud Sud

How about something just beside sun and the sea? Boulud Sud is a restaurant with a Mediterranean ambience that offers everything for every taste bud.   The shakshuka, chicken tagine, or the sensational lamb burgers are just some of the options you can give a thought to. The service and menu focus on the regional flavors. …

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La Cafette

There is truly nothing like a French brunch. If you want the quality croissant you deserve or the pain au chocolat you desperately need, then you can have it at La Cafette in Williamsburg. The French have given us so many delicious delicacies; it’s hard to decide which one to choose. At this place, you …

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C.Lo Cafe

Who isn’t in Bushwick nowadays? C. Lo Cafe aims to celebrate Guatemalan roots while serving a tasty meal and there are plenty of spicy options for those that aren’t scared of the heat. Some classic sides and dishes to look out for include plantains cooked to both creamy and crispy deliciousness, aguacate toast for a …

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La Tarte Flambee

Another French-influenced restaurant, because why not? This Murray Hill restaurant inspired by cuisine served and prepared in Alsace, is an authentic representation of the city’s food. With chefs and owners committed to serving cuisine both approachable and enjoyable, La Tarte Flambee will open up the casual bruncher’s mind to what’s possible beyond french toast and …

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Bagatelle

This French bistro with a party vibe is widely recognized as a Meatpacking District staple and NYC institution, this flagship location continues to thrive after nearly a decade in the neighborhood, reminding guests daily of the unique and magnetic ambiance that made Bagatelle famous. Bagatelle Table Cost The average minimum cost per person for table service at Bagatelle starts at around …

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The Bonnie

Astoria is a hidden gem code for food heaven. Astoria has it all and more in terms of the varieties of ethnic cuisines, bakeries, and overall dining experience. The Bonnie is an example of that variety. Whoever said Queens was too far out, or irrelevant probably hasn’t actually been past a subway stop. If you …

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Chez Ma Tante

This French-Canadian inspired restaurant takes its European flair very seriously. The simple menu is done by chefs Aidan O’Neal and Jake Leiber to the nth degree of subtlety. The seemingly simple menu has something for every bruncher: oysters and parsley, quiche Lorraine, swordfish with beans and eggs, a non-descript egg and sausage sandwich, and pancakes. …

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Fort Defiance

Launched in 2009, the Fort Defiance has wonderful neighborhood feel. A great choice for the seasonal American food, it offers you reasonable prices and a great food. The menu spread includes Red Hooks staple serves, huevos rancheros, and a biscuit sandwich stuffed with eggs, red beans on toast ham, jalapeño jam and  French toast. Red Hook …

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Dante

The breakfast dishes, sourdough flatbreads, hazelnut granola, and Italian restaurant sandwiches – does that impress you and want to visit the place for the exciting brunch session? Head over to Dante right away. It has been adjudged as the top 16 among the 50 best bars in the world. It has a history spanning over a …

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Victor’s Cafe

This Cuban spot has lively atmosphere and authentic eats, and is historic in that it has been in existence since 1963. This spot is designed to take the diner exactly to the place of its cuisine’s inspiration, and they do not disappoint. With bright colors that would wake anyone up, and an atmosphere more sea-side …

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