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NextME's Guide: Top 10 Brunch Spots in Las Vegas

We all know that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But honestly, Vegas brunches are too good not to share! If you’re looking for some of the best brunch spots on and off the Las Vegas strip, NextME's got the goods right here.

Energetic Brunch at Eureka!

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With a cozy patio, quirky decor, and handpicked house music spun by a live DJ, Eureka! Is a fun, upbeat option for brunch downtown. You’ll find them on East Fremont Street, just blocks from the Fremont Street Experience. The brunch menu features standards like steak ‘n’ eggs and chilaquiles. But be sure to try some of their delicious fried chicken topped with a jalapeño-infused maple glaze and served with a side of crispy bacon. Or order the avocado toast for a unique twist on this brunch staple (hint: chimichurri sauce). No matter what you order, be sure to try some of their handcrafted drinks, and enjoy some people watching as you munch!

Island Brunch at Kapuna Cafe

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Sometimes you just want to get away from it all and enjoy some island vibes. If you can’t manage a trip to the tropics, go for the next best thing with brunch at Kapuna Cafe on North Decatur Blvd. From Kalbi (grilled short ribs) to Mochi Pancakes, and plenty of spam if that’s your thing, they’ve got the island flavors you’re sure to adore. Everything is cooked fresh and served up hot by amazingly friendly staff. Stop by and see why Vegas is called the ninth island!

Diner Brunch at Norm’s Diner

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If you’re looking for an old-school diner style brunch, look no further than Norm’s Diner on S. Durango Drive. They’re proud to serve up some of the best benedicts in town, along with all sorts of breakfast and lunch staples. It’s the sort of place that attracts regulars because the food is just that good. And it ought to be. After all, Norm used to be a chef for the Las Vegas Hilton, back when Elvis played there.

Chinese and Brunch at the Northside Cafe & Chinese Kitchen

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If you’ve ever craved a side of fried rice with your brunch entrees, we’ve got the perfect brunch spot for you! Northside Cafe & Chinese Kitchen in the SLS Las Vegas Hotel and Casino offers the best of breakfast, alongside over 40 authentic Chinese dishes. The breakfast menu is available all day and night, but the dim sum starts after 11am, so come in the late morning or early afternoon for the best selection. They’ve got dishes ranging from Caramelized Banana Pancakes to spicy Salt & Pepper Squid, with several American, Mexican, and even Italian offerings as well.

Home Cookin’ Brunch at Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs

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Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs serves up delicious home cooked food in Henderson and Las Vegas. It may be the most extensive brunch menu you’ve ever encountered, so be sure to bring your appetite. From standard egg plates and skillets to their delicious Tex-Mex, Hawaiian, and New York Deli specials, you’re sure to find something perfect for everyone in your party. And while each person is likely to find a unique flavor to dine on, one thing will be the same for all: the food is amazing, perfectly cooked, and served by friendly staff.

Granola Brunch at Rooster Boy Cafe

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The Rooster Boy Cafe on Regatta Drive in beautiful Desert Shores is the sort of friendly, neighborhood cafe where everyone feels instantly at home. They’ve got some really delightful options for all-day breakfast, including several dishes for those with dietary restrictions. But the real star of this show is their delicious breakfast bowls made with Rooster Boy’s own special blends of granola. We’re pretty sure you’re going to fall in love with the decadent tastes, but don’t worry! You can even get bags of granola to go so you can re-create your favorite bowls at home.

NYC Jewish Deli Brunch at Sadelle’s

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If the York Deli scene is your passion, Sadelle’s in the Bellagio Conservatory is the place to go. They serve all day breakfast including all the usual favorites, from fried chicken to omelets to sticky buns. But their fresh, hot bagels are the real standout here. Be sure to try out the Sadelle’s Tower, with perfectly smoked salmon and luxe caviar. Looking for sweet rather than savory? Keep an eye peeled for the pastry cart with its fresh and delicious baked goods.

Craveable Healthy Brunch at SkinnyFATS

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The tag line at SkinnyFATS is “Live Healthy, Live Happy” and one taste of their mouth-watering food will show you just how well they adhere to it. From chia puddings to smothered breakfast burritos, these dishes will delight just about any taste preference. This eatery features a split menu: half healthy, half decadent, and all incredibly yummy. And with four Vegas locations and an additional two in Henderson, you’re sure to have one nearby, wherever you are.

Ultimate Brunch Buffet at the Wicked Spoon

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In a city famous for its buffet options, Bacchanal Buffet is our pick for the best brunch buffet in Vegas. Located in Caesar’s Palace, this huge food hall has everything you could possibly want in a brunch spot. The New York Post has called this one the best buffet in the country, and Thrillist says it’s “the standard against which all Las Vegas buffets are judged,” so you know this one is worth a visit. With seating for 600 in an over 25,000 square foot space, this is an enormous eatery with nine show kitchens and plenty of made-to-order dishes to choose from.

Hidden Gem Brunch at Zenaida’s Cafe

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Located just off E Tropicana Ave downtown, Zenaida’s Cafe is the kind of welcoming, fun brunch spot you’d expect to draw a huge crowd. Yet it’s far enough from the action of the strip that you’ll find mostly locals here. They have all the usual brunch eats, made to perfection and delivered to your table by their friendly and helpful staff. Check out favorites like the shrimp and grits, tofu scramble, or avocado toast. And since it’s far from the glitz of the casinos, you can also get some amazing food for reasonable prices here!


NextME's Guide: Top 10 Brunch Spots in Atlanta

Top 10 Brunch Spots in Atlanta

The city of Atlanta takes brunch seriously. So seriously, in fact, they’ve even rewritten local laws around this delightful weekend gastro feast. It’s no wonder then that there are so many amazing options for fun and fantastic brunching throughout the metro Atlanta area! But what if you’re looking for something beyond the usual eggs and pancakes menu? We’ve got the scoop of some of the most interesting and unusual brunch spots from all across the Gate City.

Vietnamese Brunch from at Bonton

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Looking for a bit of funky Asian flavor with your brunch favorites? One of our favorite international brunch spots in Atlanta metro is Bonton on Myrtle Street. Known for their blend of Vietnamese street foods and Cajun seafood boils, this unassuming pink brick building has a delightfully quirky brunch menu. You can get brunch classics with a twist, like the Lafayette Breakfast Sandwich, the Vietnamese Omelet Bahn Mi, or Pancake Banh Xeo. Or pick any of the fabulous dishes from the dinner menu and add an egg for just $2. And don’t forget the mimosas, bloodys, and other boozy breakfast drinks!

Jewish Deli Brunch at The General Muir

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The General Muir is a classic New York-style Jewish deli located in Emory Point. Their brunch offerings include several open-faced bagel selections along with plates like their pastrami and egg sandwich or the delightful smoked hash with crisped pastrami and caramelized onions. All of their bread and baked goods come from their own bakery, TGM Bread, located next door. And they have some of the most delish classic Jewish delights like matzo ball soup and latkes served with applesauce and sour cream.

Country Diner Brunch at HomeGrown

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If you’re in the mood for an incredibly unpretentious brunch, Home Grown Georgia is your go-to brunch spot. Inexpensive, locally grown comfort foods abound at this super low-key eatery. They grow some of their produce on-site, and source the rest as locally as possible. In fact, they invite you to take a wander through the garden, as long as you stay on the paths. You absolutely must try their signature Comfy Chicken Biscuit, and their enormous pancakes are enough to fill any appetite.

Outdoorsy Brunch at Ladybird

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When you’re in the mood for some delish brunch alfresco, Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall in Atlanta's historic Old Fourth Ward is your perfect brunch spot. Their menu is an imaginative offering of what they call “elevated campfire cuisine.” Standards like their biscuits with sausage gravy and shrimp-n-grits are plied alongside more unique options like grilled romaine with poached egg, or their Base Camp boards designed to share. Wash it all down with a Redneck Mimosa or Ladybird Bloody Mary, and afterward take a stroll along the beltline, it’s certainly close enough!

French Market Brunch at Le Petit Marché

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Le Petit Marché literally translates to “the little market” and it’s absolutely the perfect name for this brunch spot in Kirkwood. Their french toast sandwich is legendary among the regulars, and the cheese grits or chicken sausage are also favorites. Best of all, everything is market fresh and they’re known for their friendly service and homey vibe. They even pass a guest book around the restaurant so you can leave your comments and read the stories of those who’ve dined before you. If the weather is good, opt for a seat on the patio, and now and then brunch is accompanied by live music.

Gourmet Brunch at One Eared Stag

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No listing of the top brunch spots in Atlanta would be complete without a mention of the fabulous offerings at the One Eared Stag. They have all of the usual delights, with a gourmet twist. They have options like chicken salad with truffles, milk-fed veal with chimichurri, and quail eggs sunny side up. Feeling a bit adventurous? Order the Chef’s Breakfast. It’s not on the menu because it’s literally whatever the chef feels like making for you. But don’t worry, it includes half a dozen options on one tray, so if you don’t like one dish, you’re sure to enjoy the others!

Dog-Friendly Brunch at Publico

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Looking for a brunch where your favorite furry companion can be welcomed? Publico is your dog-friendly Atlanta brunch spot. Their Sunday Funday Brunch features a live DJ and mimosa and cocktail specials plus a delightful array of food options for you and your pooch. Dine on the patio with your pup where they even have a full puppy menu, with all of its proceeds going to support the Howell Mill Humane Society. And the human brunch menu offers food you’re going to fall in love with. Everything is made-from-scratch and made-to-order, and as locally sourced as possible, for a fresh, unique taste you won’t find anywhere else.

Family Friendly Brunch at Ration + Dram

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It’s not often that a bar offers a kid’s menu, booster seats, and crayons, but on weekend mornings Ration + Dram is a great option for a family meal. Dubbed the “Best family-friendly brunch in metro Atlanta” by the AJC, this local bar with a fun kids’ Brunch menu is perfect for the littles as well as the adults. They even offer kid-friendly mocktails like juice blends and rootbeer floats. For the grown-up set they serve up chicken biscuits, eggs benedict, and their own creations like the Sweet Lady or The Gringo. And of course, you can pair your brunch faves with boozy faves like bloody marys or one of their communal cocktail punches.

Tex-Mex Brunch at Superica

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Looking for a little spice in your Sunday morning fare? Superica is the brunch spot that brings you a border-town feel without having to leave town. With two locations, Krog Street and Buckhead, this eatery’s fare is so popular it’s got its own cookbook. For brunch, they offer south-of-the-border options like their migas plate, tamales with eggs, or chilaquiles with avocado. Or go for the BBQ brisket sandwich served on Texas toast with guac, jalapeño pickles, and two sunny side up eggs. It’s a taste of Texas you won’t soon forget!

Weekday Brunch at Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours

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The weekends were pretty much made for brunch, but if your days off don’t fall on Saturday and Sunday, your options become more limited. Don’t worry! Twisted Soul in Westside has you covered. They offer an amazing brunch variety seven days a week. Try imaginative sandwiches like the Harissa Hot Chicken Muffuletta, or salads like the Seasonal Soul Salad with Moscato poached pairs and duck prosciutto. Entrees include crispy catfish with pimento cheese grits or the southern tofu scramble full of soul food faves like black-eyed peas and collard greens. Whatever you do, save some room for Ivy’s Heavenly Peach Cobbler. You won’t be sorry!


NextME's Guide: Top 10 Brunch Spots in Los Angeles

Top 10 Brunch Spots - Los Angeles

Brunch is one of the best ways to spend a lazy weekend morning or afternoon. And with staple foods including eggs, toast, bacon, and all sorts of yummy breakfast baked goods, it’s hard not to love! But if you’re in L.A. and you’re tired of the usual brunch scene serving up the usual brunch fare, where do you go? We have a few delightfully unique options for brunches that break the mold!

Steakhouse Brunch at the Golden Bull

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Bacon and eggs are excellent as breakfast staples go. But if you’re more in the mood for a nice juicy steak, consider the Golden Bull in Santa Monica for your brunch destination. For those who haven’t been there recently, this historic steakhouse was renovated in 2018. The Chophouse Hash is an excellent choice, featuring ribeye steak, potatoes, asparagus, mushrooms, chimichurri, watercress, and sunny-side-up eggs. Or go for a more traditional option with their Steak and Eggs plate, perfectly paired with a sauce poivre vert.  

Very Veggie Brunch at Yarrow

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If a heavy meat-laden meal isn’t really your cup of tea, you might prefer the brunch options at the Yarrow cafe on Fairfax. It’s a veritable celebration of fresh produce options, as toasts, salads, and yogurts. There are also gluten free and vegan baked goods to be had, and it’s all perfectly complimented by a selection of hot beverages from Endorffeine coffee. Since they serve only the finest and freshest ingredients, you can expect to find a menu built around in-season veggies and fruits every time you visit!

Down Under Brunch at Little Prince

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Little Prince in Santa Monica was designed as a way to bring the tastes and feel of Aussie culture to Southern California’s food scene. Their brunch menu is a fun twist on traditional breakfast foods: green pea pancakes with market greens and herbs, smoked salmon hash with seaweed hollandaise, and baked eggs with smoked cauliflower to name a few. They also carry a number of fun and funky brunch cocktails like their Kimchi Bloody Mary or Coconut Oatmilk “Horchata” and several coffee, wine, and beer options.

Barky Brunch at Ray’s and Stark Bar

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How about a brunch where you can bring along your favorite furry friend? The Barky Brunch at Ray’s and Stark Bar might be just the thing for you and Fido alike! They offer a few dog friendly treats along with a huge variety of brunch options “for human companions”. In addition to more traditional offerings like pancakes and burgers, they serve up heirloom tomato salad with watermelon and italian pesto, a variety of artisan pizzas, and desserts including ricotta cheesecake or passion fruit mousse.

Pizza Brunch at Love & Salt

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Speaking of brunch and pizza, if you haven’t already you’ve simply got to try Love & Salt's pizza brunch in Manhattan Beach. This italian-inspired eatery offers up a selection of unique pizza options including guanciale & jalapeno pesto, duck egg, or roasted mushroom pizzas. There are plenty of plated brunch options from around the world, including their version of shakshuka, croque madame, and chilaquiles.

Sunday Pool Party Brunch at No Jealousy

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For those looking to continue the fun of Saturday night, No Jealousy in Liaison Hollywood offers a Sunday Party Brunch you’re going to love. The combination of classic brunch dishes with champagne, huge punch bowls, and baby bottle cocktails is set against the backdrop of top 40/house music and costumed staff. Come in costume, or not, your call. But definitely come prepared to party like it’s still Saturday night!

Turkish Inspired Brunch at Kismet

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For a blend of Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean brunch flavors, Kismet in Los Feliz will not disappoint. Spreads and salads, Turkish dishes, flaky breads, and yummy sweet stuff make up this delish menu. Be sure to try the broccoli toast with pumpkin seeds and pomegranate, and if you really want the full experience, order the Turkish-ish breakfast. It’s a little bit of everything, all seasonally sourced and perfectly prepared.

Home Grown Brunch at Manuela

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For flavors sourced much closer to home, you’re going to want to hit Manuela's brunch at Hauser & Wirth. The ingredients used to create their delicious dishes are sourced locally as often as possible. Even the craft beers are from local breweries. And for the ultimate in local freshness, they even maintain a garden on the grounds with chickens, herbs, peppers, and more. Enjoy dishes like barbecued Morro Bay oysters, Warren pear salad, grilled local yellowtail, and wood grilled sunchokes. There are a variety of fermented foods on offer here, from fresh cucumber pickles to carrots, green tomatoes, and kabocha. It’s all done in house and each with their own unique flavors and textures. But there’s more to this eatery than just the wonderful food coming out of the kitchen. You’ll also want to take in the galleries surrounding it, for the perfect weekend destination downtown.

Seafood Brunch at Herringbone

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Maybe the delights of the local fish market are more to your liking. If so, you’ll love the weekend brunch at Herringbone in Santa Monica. Enjoy standard brunch fare like sticky buns, the farmer’s market scramble, and mixed greens salad. But the shining star here is the seafood. They have ceviche and poke, oysters on the half shell, stone crab and avocado toast, and delicious lobster rolls. Wash it all down with bottomless mimosas, endless rosé, or one of three bloody mary options.

Brunch Buffet at Inn of the Seventh Ray

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For an upscale buffet brunch you’re going to adore, you have to make the hour-long trek to the  Inn of the Seventh Ray in Topanga. Food choices include a granola bar, bagel bar, waffle bar, seafood bar, and three salad bars. You’ll also find delicious brunch dishes like eggs benedict with duck bacon, chipotle-barbecue free range chicken, and white bean stew featuring roasted kale and swiss chard. But if the food isn’t enough to pique your interest, the setting surely will! Rated by Zagat as one of the best outdoor dining experiences in LA, their patio sits beside a trickling stream and is surrounded by greenery and a natural woodland backdrop.


NextME's Guide: Top 10 Brunch Spots in New York City

Top 10 Brunch Spots - New York City

Brunch has become a staple of life in New York, with thousands of eateries across the city competing for your boozy breakfast dollars. The options are wide and varied, and it’s hard to pick just one to visit if you’re only in town for a day or two. We’ve curated a list of the most intriguing spots to enjoy a mimosa and a plate full of eggs on a lazy Saturday.

Spoons, Toons, and Booze at Nighthawk Cinema

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Remember those lazy weekend mornings of your childhood, spent with a bowl of sugary cereal in front of the tv? Recreate that feeling, and add a dash of adult refreshment, at Nighthawk Cinema in Williamsburg. With all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons showing, an all-you-can-eat sugar cereal bar, and plenty of cocktails to be had, it’s the perfect brunch spot for those who want to go back in time. Oh, and if cereal is not your idea of good brunch food, they have a full brunch menu on offer too, with offerings like Salmon Ricotta Toast or their delicious Breakfast Burritos, paired with a Breakfast Club mimosa or bloody mary.

Ukrainian Brunch at Veselka

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Veselka is a 24 hour Ukranian eatery in the East Village. Their brunch menu includes everything from brunch pierogis and salmon latka eggs benedict to hot oatmeal and omelettes. If you’re in the mood for some delicious Ukranian comfort food for brunch, you can’t go wrong here. And of course, there are plenty of mimosas and prosecco on hand too.

Gospel Brunch at the Red Rooster

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For many, it’s just not Sunday morning without some good old-fashioned gospel music. Fortunately, the Gospel Brunch downstairs at the Red Rooster boasts live gospel music featuring Vi Higginsen's Gospel For Teens Choir paired with some of the finest soul food you can possibly want. Enjoy dishes like Poppa Eddie's Shrimp And Grits or Hot Honey Yardbird and wash them down with drinks like the Bloody Rooster or Mamita’s Michelada.

Brunch Buffet at 230 Fifth Rooftop

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What could be better than brunch with a view? The 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar offers an all you can eat brunch buffet every weekend. Billed as New York’s Largest Outdoor Rooftop Garden, it offers stunning views of the Empire State Building and plenty of other points of interest on the New York skyline. Worried about a chill in the weather? During winter months they erect heated clear igloos on the roof, and their penthouse lounge is fully enclosed year-round. Meanwhile, the buffet features standards like scrambled eggs and bacon, as well as a variety of salads and even Cuban sandwiches.

Veggie-Filled Brunch at Dirt Candy

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Dirt Candy is known for taking the lowly vegetable, injecting a bit of flair and plenty of humor, and creating dishes that are both delicious and craveable. Their brunch features delights like Green Huevos & No Ham, Corn French Toast, Red Pepper Fritters, Brussels Sprout Tacos, and Korean Fried Broccoli. It’s the kind of imaginative cooking even the meat and potatoes set can enjoy. Since everything is seasonal and fresh, you never really know exactly which dishes will be on offer on a given day, but you’re sure to find plenty of options to tickle almost any fancy. Plus, they’ve got creative cocktails, generous portions, and excellent service.

Bottomless Brunch at the Black Ant

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For those with a more adventurous appetite, you’ve got to try The Black Ant in the East Village. One part Mexican kitchen and one part “I dare you,” the eatery is sort of like a live version of some of Fear Factor’s food challenges. But the brunch offerings tend to be more on the tame side. So if you’ve ever wanted to try duck confit hash or grilled octopus with chorizo, this is the place to do it. Looking for a bit of sweet instead of spicy? You’re going to love the brioche pumpkin custard toast. And their 90-minute bottomless brunch gives you all the Mimosas, Bloody Marias, and Smoky Jalapeño Margaritas your heart desires.

Family Brunch at Loosie’s Kitchen & Cafe

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When you brunch at Loosie’s Kitchen & Cafe in Brooklyn, you’re part of the family. Located under the Williamsburg Bridge, it’s a mini-community all its own. Their delectable brunch menu is heavy on the home cooking, and features brunch favorites like avocado toast or chicken and waffles. But they also have less-usual options like chicory salad or a fried shrimp burger. It’s delightful food served in a friendly, welcoming environment you’re sure to love!

Jazz Brunch at Dirty French

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Dirty French at the Ludlow Hotel really knows how to do brunch right. They start you off with a complimentary array of baked goods, and they serve scrumptious cocktails by the carafe or punchbowl. You can then choose from their array of hors-d'oeuvres or french inspired entrees on their delightful brunch menu. But perhaps the most surprising and wonderful part of the meal is the live jazz music you’ll enjoy as you dine. It’s a little slice of the Big Easy hidden in the Big Apple.

Pickled Brunch at Jacob’s Pickles

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If you like a bold flavor profile with your brunch menu, Jacob’s Pickles delivers in spades. They have all of the usual southern brunch fare: french toast, omelets, egg sandwiches, and creamy organic grits smothered in cheese. But they also serve eight varieties of pickles and pickled eggs too, as well as spicy sandwiches and fun entrees like catfish tacos. It’s the kind of comfort food that is particularly pleasing on your brunch plate, with southern twists in every dish.

Everyday Brunch at Mother’s Ruin

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Saturday and Sunday are practically made for brunch. But what about when you have a lazy free day during the week? Fortunately, there are places in the city offering this decadent and delicious meal on weekdays too. One of the best is the Everyday Brunch at Mother’s Ruin. This fun, casual eatery delivers delicious, boozy brunch dishes to the masses whose days off don’t fall on Saturday or Sunday. Located on Spring Street in Nolita, it’s home to the boozy slushie and a great place to try Cholula-honey fried chicken and waffles or a falafel burger with cucumber mint dressing.