Friday, March 13, 2015

Brunch In NYC

A Sight For Sore Eyes On a Sunday Morning

Some people eat breakfast then lunch but here in NYC we BRUNCH! Its part of the culture every Saturday or Sunday you drag yourself out of bed around 11am dress and meet your friends for a delicious meal and discuss the prior evening.

Whether your ordering some eggs with a mimosa or pancakes with a bloody mary everyone sits for hours drinking (normally unlimited) and eating and making plans for the rest of the day. I love brunch and I've listed some of the best brunch spots in NY. 

1. The Cardinal -- Located in the Lower East Side in a cute little location and always crowded so if you go, make sure you go early. Make sure to get the chicken biscuit, its delicious! 

2. PS450 -- I went there for a friends birthday and it was a lot of fun. Not too expensive with a deal for unlimited drinks! The Hangover fries are amazing, a must try. 

3. Soco -- Located in Brooklyn this is definitely a spot you must get to early. My friend and I got there a few minutes before it opened and there was already a line of people waiting. The red velvet waffles and chicken is out of this world and I the mac and cheese... you HAVE to share it with someone else otherwise you won't be able to get up from your seat. So, so good. 

4. Mojave - A Mexican restaurant with a delicious brunch menu. I love their bottomless option. 

Then of course if your not in NY there are amazing brunch spots everywhere but sometimes the best spot is your own home. Make your best egg dish, get some champagne or pressecco and orange juice for mimosas, invite your friends and have a boozy brunch and not wait in any line.

Here's one of my favorite looks for brunch.

Jacket: H&M, Bag: H&M, Shoes: ASOS; Dress: Zara, Hat: Zara, Necklace: Baublebar

A loose dress so your full belly won't show, comfy shoes and cute accessories and your all set for a day of eating, lounging and laughing. 

Have a great weekend and lets meet back here Monday :)

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