Agave

Buzzy Southwestern restaurant in the West Village known for its margaritas & all-you-can-drink boozy, bottomless brunch on the weekends.

For $33 you get a choice of a meal and unlimited drinks (mimosa, wine, or frozen margaritas) for 2 hours.


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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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Upland

Located in Gramercy and known as one of the best brunches in the entire city, just ask former President Barack Obama what he thought of it. Ok, probably don’t because he has better things to do than answer that question. If a president can brunch there, so can you. What Upland is known for are …

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Juliette

Juliette is a french restaurant with a rooftop, perfect for a NYC summer brunch. The multi-room restaurant includes a bar area, an indoor garden room with plants hanging from the ceiling, and a large rooftop patio. The second-floor rooftop hosts a special brunch on the weekends during warmer months.

Refinery Rooftop

Industrial-chic rooftop spot in the Refinery Hotel featuring cocktails, light fare & dramatic views. With awe-inspiring views of the Manhattan skyline and Empire State Building, Refinery Rooftop is one of Midtown’s most dynamic spaces. Related Posts:230 Fifth Rooftop BarCantina RooftopHaven RooftopTavern rooftop

LIC Market

Going in a completely different direction, LIC Market is known for its farm-to-table recipes and reputation. And now that Amazon won’t be coming to Long Island City, we can still bask in the glory of the neighborhood’s incredible food scene. Not only is the food, which includes a duck hash with dried cherries, short rib, …

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Rabbithole

We’re glad to be back in Williamsburg. With a menu that will leave you salivating and a bloody mary that will leave you needing water, the Rabbithole is precisely what it sounds like: a vortex that will suck you in with their food, and you’ll be wondering what you had planned for later that day …

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Cornerstone Cafe

Cornerstone Cafe has so many options. Whatever you’re looking for, they’ll probably have it. Whether you’re looking for an omelet, eggs benedict, steak, and eggs, or just a simple bagel and cream cheese, Cornerstone Cafe has you covered. There are also paninis and breakfast sandwiches that are easy to grab on the go, or enjoy …

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Narcissa

The new American restaurant located just at The Standard at East Village, Narcissa offers you a rotational menu. You also have access to a private dining room in addition to the main dining hall. The menu includes Seasonal, farm-to-table dayside bites like the duck hash and lobster scramble that is available at $20. You also have …

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Dirty French

Since there has yet to be a French brunch option on this list, we give you Dirty French. If you like your breakfast sweet and loaded with freshly baked bread, then Dirty French is what you’ve been looking for. This brasserie promises chic French decor and food that will satisfy your European-inclined cravings.  Dirty French …

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