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La Bouche, located on Garden St in Hoboken, New Jersey, is a quaint French cafe serving traditional French and western European cuisine. I’ve now been to the spot three times since I moved to Hoboken and each experience is better than the one prior.
In the midst of a sea of impressively hip restaurants on Frederick Douglass Boulevard sits a northern Italian bar and restaurant that boasts an average rating of four stars and attracts a diverse crowd. Lido serves brunch, lunch, and dinner, and the menu consists of "organic and local" food "whenever possible," as well as cruelty-free meat and poultry.
BTR brunches at Sweet Chick, arriving at chicken and biscuit heaven with Southern comfort food in Williamsburg. Upon entering the door, Sweet Chick’s atmosphere hits customers immediately. With its tables and chairs resembling those of a traditional diner or cafe, the setup is homey and inviting.
Love at first sight is a dangerous emotion even when it comes to food, but Jack’s Wife Freda completely lived up to the hype. Eggs benedict with beet hollandaise, Stumptown coffee, and duck prosciutto make appearances.
Manhattan's Cascabel Taqueria does more than just serve delicious burritos. Their Mexican brunch includes bottomless cocktails and offers creative items like chorizo benedict and tuna Thai chili tacos.
Champignon is a cafe located on Seventh Avenue between 22nd and 23rd Street in Manhattan. The Chelsea cafe is named after the champignon mushroom, a popular and widely-known ‘shroom, Champignon is just a quaint neighborhood spot that seems to fly comfortably under the radar.
Follow-Up Review: Consistency in freshness and overall good quality is mastered at Community Food & Juice.
Great deals and a creative menu make Amigos stand out in the brunch crowd.
The 'dam offers bottomless brunch and a whole lot more.
One of the oldest bars in New York City serves up a respectable brunch.

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