From Sunset Park to Williamsburg, the drinks keep coming at these Brooklyn brunch spots.
The longtime Washington Avenue diner applied for a full liquor license this week.
John Doe's will offer craft beer, American food and a large selection of rye whiskey, the owner said.
The new watering hole Berg'n will also host occasional vinyl record sets, its co-creator said.
From ramen to grits, DNAinfo has a list of brunch spots with great egg alternatives.
Chapter One on Greenwich Avenue aims to be an "upscale classic American pub," the owner said.
Snowdonia will take customers to Captain Lawrence Brewery in Westchester May 10 for a tasting and tour.
Bee's Knees Baking Co. is also expanding its menu to include wine and tapas.
A new Mexican street food restaurant and an eclectic Indian spot open this week.
The restaurant will discontinue its dinner menu and expand to weekday brunch, owners said Tuesday.
Oliver's at 37-19 Broadway offers 16 craft draft beers and upscale bar food like duck confit quesadillas.
"Brunch with my Baby" is a parenting blog that features kid-friendly places to each in the city.
The Upper East Side Eatery will feature "bottomless brunch" offerings to celebrate the holiday.
The artisanal pizzeria serves up unusual combinations like Brussels sprouts pies.
Crocodile Lounge rolled out a new Sunday brunch menu offering free omelets with every drink purchase.
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