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Last month was National Bourbon Heritage Month, but because it was so hot here in the Northeast, we were focusing on drinks a bit more refreshing and less potent. Now that the transitional weather is finally upon is, we can celebrate bourbon for autumn, while still enjoying the last bits of warm weather that are still lingering.
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.
Brunch at Jack's Wife Freda is something of a New York staple, despite how new the restaurant is. The Mediterranean-inspired food is fantastic, the service is wonderful, and the atmosphere is truly delightful.
The Brass Rail, located on Washington Street in Hoboken, New Jersey, offers bottomless brunch on weekends starting at 11:30am. Brunchers who typically hop across the Hudson River for bottomless options can rejoice in the fact that The Brass Rail offers the same deal for a comparable price.
Despite loving brunch and booze, Molly Freeman had yet to enjoy the two together. In order to remedy this tragedy, she dined at The Crooked Knife's 30th St location with a group of friends for boozy brunch.
In Hoboken, NJ, The Stewed Cow boasts a mechanical bull, serves up rare whiskeys, and has a mean brunch special for only $20. Here, patrons can find Old Fashioneds, bacon, heaps of brisket, and tons of biscuits.
The Chequit Inn serves a breakfast/brunch buffet every morning in the lobby, where guests of the hotel can enjoy fresh juice, fruit, coffee, freshly baked goods, and a pleasant time on the porch.
The bRUNch running club turns every Sunday into a race, with the promise of a scrumptious brunch outing at the end. BTR spoke with bRUNch founders Alexandra Weissner and Cortney Logan to hear more about the inner workings of the running club.
This edition of Sunday Brunch is a special one, albeit an also slightly disappointing one. A week ago today I had the opportunity to spend my brunching hours at Yankee Stadium for the first time since before the new stadium was erected.
This banana fried rice may not replace pineapple fried rice, but it's great on its own and it is simple to whip up. The brunch dish is sweet, savory, and peppery all in one, while providing a good amount of protein, carbohydrates, and vitamins.
In a search for the best bagel in Hoboken, New Jersey, Dish + Drink stumbles upon The Little Grocery's downtown location, which serves up breakfast sandwiches and other meals inside a quaint, homey cafe.
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.
Bacon egg and cheese sandwiches are a true breakfast staple and have even cracked their way into the brunch realm. With entire restaurants devoted to the bacon egg and cheese, it seems only fair that I include my own recipe for Sunday Brunch. Surprise surprise, it includes avocado.
These muffins are small, but packed with protein and potassium, which makes them ideal for serving alongside eggs, mimosas, and even bacon.
This frozen boozy concoction combines fresh avocado and mango with rum and almond milk. Do brunch cocktails differently as temperatures top off around 90 degrees in the New York area this weekend.
Another installment of Sunday Brunch here on Dish + Drink brings forth a healthy and hearty frittata made without the oven. Fresh baby arugula, mushrooms, and feta cheese come together in this dish.
Tompkins Square Bagels on Avenue A and 11th Street is one of the most popular bagel joints in Manhattan. It boasts a 4.6-star rating on Google and the line on a warm Sunday morning is particularly lengthy.
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.
This popular Upper West Side spot serves up incredible southern-inspired comfort food. From biscuits and gravy to bourbon cocktails, the restaurant lives up to the hype.
This Hell's Kitchen Mexican spot serves up a slightly different style of prix fixe brunch that's well worth looking into. Great margaritas, spicy chilaquiles, and delicious coffee are on offer for a decent price.
Dish + Drink takes its talents to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden's Sakura Matsuri Festival for April's Geek Girl Brunch. Brooklyn's Butter and Scotch serves up some incredible desserts and impressive Jell-O shots.
Good Enough to Eat is one of the more popular brunch spots on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. So much so, in fact, that weekend after weekend patrons line up around the block just to get in.
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.
Jimmy's Diner is a delicious hole in the wall brunch spot in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Like most diners, the menu at Jimmy's Diner is chock full of breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes that are available all day, including burgers, sandwiches, and fried platters.
West Village mainstay Riviera Cafe and Sports Bar may not be a leader in the brunch game, but this NYC spot is serving up reliable dishes and a nearly unbeatable bottomless option when it comes to dollars and cents.
For a good time call Big Daddy's (and get your booze on).
This brunch spot fuses the classics with just the right amount of Middle Eastern inspiration.
Serve this sweet and savory toast dish at your next brunch gathering.
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.
This fruity winter salad can be served two ways.
Raisins, walnuts, and fresh pears come together in this bowl of steamy goodness.
One of the oldest bars in New York City serves up a respectable brunch.
Get a little southern comfort this winter with this easy brunch recipe.
Crema serves up some of the best Mexican brunch around (oh, and bottomless brunch cocktails).