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Red Hook »

The restaurant will discontinue its dinner menu and expand to weekday brunch, owners said Tuesday.

Astoria »

Oliver's at 37-19 Broadway offers 16 craft draft beers and upscale bar food like duck confit quesadillas.

Carroll Gardens »

"Brunch with my Baby" is a parenting blog that features kid-friendly places to each in the city.

Upper East Side »

The Upper East Side Eatery will feature "bottomless brunch" offerings to celebrate the holiday.

Astoria »

The artisanal pizzeria serves up unusual combinations like Brussels sprouts pies.

Gramercy »

Crocodile Lounge rolled out a new Sunday brunch menu offering free omelets with every drink purchase.

Fort Greene »

The former location of a poorly frequented sushi restaurant is now a thriving new eatery in Fort Greene.

Park Slope »

Easy-to-cycle-to brunch spots in Brooklyn that are near bike parking facilities.

Bushwick »

Tutu's now has a baby pool from a Greenpoint toy store in its sidewalk cafe.

Greenpoint »

The City Council voted to end legislation prohibiting Sunday morning outdoor seating.

Williamsburg »

Get Up and Ride's new "foodie" focused tour leads cyclists to North Brooklyn eateries for a full brunch.

Upper West Side »

Looking to avoid the hordes at places such as the Natural History Museum? We've got some alternatives.

Prospect Heights »

Two unique new neighborhood establishments marry much more than just food and alcohol.

Chelsea »

Several new bars and restaurants are coming to Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen over the coming months.

Long Island City »

The LIC eatery will start offering brunch, opening at 11 a.m. instead of 4 p.m. on weekends.