From trendy restaurants to more budget-friendly locales, there are plenty of restaurants in New York City to grab a patio seat and enjoy this midday meal.
A bill has been introduced that would allow customers to eat at tables on the sidewalk starting at 10 a.m. on Sundays. Right now, restaurants cannot serve diners outside until noon.
While most brunches include the option of a Mimosa or a glass of sparkling wine, a few are truly memorable for their winning combination of excellent food, engaging atmosphere and envelope-breaking sparkling wine offerings.
We’ve already provided you with our top picks for New Year’s Day Brunch specials. Here’s a look at our all-time favorite spots for the long, lazy, indulgent weekend-afternoon meal.
Whoever said that Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights were the most happening times to head out for a drink in New York City was clearly too hungover to get to Sunday, the true day of debauchery.
What could be more classic than taking Mom out for brunch on Mother’s Day? This way, no one has to cook OR do the dishes. Here are some great places to take Mom on her special day.