The Ultimate 2016 Brooklyn Brunch Guide

The Ultimate 2016 Brooklyn Brunch Guide

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Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. From boozy to vegan, dim sum to Mediterranean, these are the best weekend brunch spots in Brooklyn to satisfy nearly every craving in the book.

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    Our favorite spot in our old work neighborhood. Feeling sweet? Pancakes. Savory? The Moroccan Scramble. Hungry? The Big Brekkie. You can also get a Grapefruit Margarita at 9am if you need one. -- Uber NYC via Foursquare
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    A popular brunch item is the two-eggs any style, made with farm-fresh eggs, house-made marmalade and locally sourced bacon or sausage -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    The cavatelli pasta alone is worth the trip to Carroll Gardens, but, then, so is the rest of the food & scene here, which is quintessentially Aging Hipster in the best possible way. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    It just might be the coziest rooftop in Williamsburg—and with as much French spoken as in Paris. The happy hours rock with joie de vivre that is inimitably Juliette. -- Gilt City via Foursquare
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    Awesome brunch, but be prepared to WAIT. Try the Egg Rothkos or the Biscuits & Gravy. Less of a wait for dinner, when you should try the Fried Oyster Sandwich or the Carolina Kale. -- The Corcoran Group via Foursquare
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    An aluminum-sided greasy spoon. The food is excellent, the vibe is pitch-perfect Williamsburg, and while supplies last, their rib-eye steak is as good as anything at Peter Luger. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Have some ricotta on toast to begin, mushrooms or a steak if available, and a date cake you can walk off with a hike down Atlantic Avenue, to Brooklyn Bridge Park. -- The New York Times via Foursquare
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    It is awesome and NOT cash only - they accept cards! Too many strollers but gorgeous decor, scrumptious brunch and great service. Another stellar addition to the storied Williamsburg food corridor. -- Adam Silver via Foursquare
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    Staff Pick! Stephanie (Education): Tom's is a reminder that brunch is a good idea at any time of day. Old-fashioned diner style meets new-fangled approaches to the ultimate brunch food: pancakes. -- BrooklynMuseum via Foursquare
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    Charming (and consistently popular) Brooklyn Italian spot, a favorite Boerum Hill neighborhood dinner spot. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    At this hipster-Germanic bistro in the borough’s Cobble Hill neighborhood, heaping plates of choucroute and sausages and creative cocktails explain the long waits and devoted followers. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Frank Bruni recommends the Red Wattle Country Chop at Vinegar Hill House in Brooklyn, NY. Find more tips at Food Network Local. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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