I think New York has an obsession with brunch.  Everyone and their mom brunches.  I mean, why not? I think LA should brunch more often.  It's a great way to reminisce over last night's events (if you can...) and continue the party with some Bloody Marys and mimosas.  I take everyone that's visited me during my stay in NY to a local brunch spot.

Since being here I've come across several brunch spots but Egg in Williamsburg is by far one of my favorites.  They source locally and create honest food. One bite and you can taste the difference from the first sip of their rich coffee to the last bite of candied bacon.
Kimchi and Blue embroidered dress, boutiqued sunglasses, F21 knitted cardigan, Liebeskind bag, Michael Kors watch, bangle from Thailand, Necessary Clothing boots.
homemade buttermilk biscuits with a mushroom gravy. {$10}
Eggs Rothko: egg inside a slice of brioche topped with Grafton cheddar and a side of broiled tomatoes and candied bacon. {$9.50}
Organic Grits and Eggs with a side of kale. {$9}
Country Ham Biscuit: homemade biscuit spread with fig jam and locally farmed ham.  Served with a side of grits. {$9}
After brunch my sister and my friend Abs walked around the West Village and came across the Friends building (btw, Friends is my all time favorite sitcom) and Carrie's stoop from Sex and the City (my second all time favorite sitcom).  Do they look familiar?

135 N 5th St
Brooklyn, New York 11211
(718) 302-5151

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  1. Looks delicious! Brunch always reminds me of Sex and the City... haha.. your sister looks like you :)

  2. I agree on the miracle of brunch! (Besides, breakfast is too early for me anyway, lol) My boyfriend and I went to brunch on Sunday and it was a nice change from the usual routine.

  3. Yea, and brunch in NYC isn't until 1 or 2pm. Perfect for recovering from the night before.


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