Serving everything from classic favorites to innovative eats, here are the must-visit brunch restaurants in Brooklyn
Of New York’s five boroughs, Brooklyn
has risen in the ranks in recent years among foodies, housing some of the city’s must-visit dining destinations. With spring in full swing and summer just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about the best places to brunch. We’ve got your comprehensive guide to the best spots in Brooklyn.
The easternmost neighborhood of Brooklyn, Williamsburg is filled with buzzy boutiques, trendy restaurants, and cozy cafes--many with views of the iconic New York City skyline. Among them, you’ll find plenty of brunch options ranging from the traditional to the unique.
Despite its name, Sunday in Brooklyn
serves brunch every day of the week. The three-story space was founded by three New York restaurant veterans and serves the best versions of their favorite foods, from biscuits and gravy and classic egg scrambles to hazelnut praline pancakes and seasonal cocktails to wash it all down. In the warmer months, enjoy your meal outdoors on the sidewalk seating or the open-air kitchen and patio that extends throughout the ground floor.
If you’re craving traditional Southern fare, Pies ‘n’ Thighs
should move to the top of your list. Offering huge old-fashioned donuts, fluffy biscuits, and crispy fried chicken that have all been independently named the best in New York, Pies ‘n’ Thighs will satisfy all of your comfort food cravings in one fell swoop.
Inspired by Southern Italian cuisine, Leuca
is a sun-drenched brunch spot located in the new and trendy William Vale Hotel in Williamsburg. The menu draws inspiration from Chef Andrew Carmellini’s TriBeCa hit Locanda Verde, including house-made pasta, ricotta with hot honey and garlic, wood-fired pizzas, and Italian-style Benedict. Pair anything with one of Leuca’s signature Spritzes and you can guarantee a good time!
An oasis of brownstones, green space, and restaurants, Park Slope offers its residents and weekend visitors peace rarely found elsewhere in the city.
is a must-hit spot in the heart of Park Slope. Serving brunch daily and offering a range of traditional Israeli fare as well as typical brunch dishes, Miriam has something for every taste and craving. Straightforward and unpretentious, Miriam’s brunch menu--a selection that includes the traditional Shakshuka baked egg dish, a falafel platter, and challah french toast--is both satisfying and comforting.
, Bushwick was a rarely frequented warehouse neighborhood that few called home. Since the famed pizza spot moved in, however, Bushwick has become one of the trendiest spots in Brooklyn. Famous for their Beesting pizza (red sauce, mozzarella, soppressata, chili, and a touch of honey), Roberta’s also serves more traditional brunch food including buttermilk pancakes, baked eggs, and a classic bacon, egg, and cheese croissant sandwich. There is never a wrong time for pizza, and Roberta’s brunch will solidify that for you.
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