FORT GREENE — Martha is officially over brunch.
The Dekalb Avenue Thai fusion joint has decided to drop its brunch menu entirely — shunning the trendy weekend ritual in favor of a proper lunch, they announced Wednesday.
"There can be a mimosa-and-benedict expectation tied to the meal we call brunch," Martha owner Melissa Gorman said in a statement. "Lunch is just more our speed. We like sleeping in."
The lunch menu includes a honey-drizzled fried chicken sandwich, pickled shrimp vermicelli salad and a five-spice lamb sloppy joe.
Brunch menus have been getting a bad rap in city eateries, including a Red Hook eatery that created a popup named "F--- Brunch" in honor of the love-to-hate weekend ritual.
Still, Martha has loaded its sandwich list with a range of options that will still satisfy brunch holdouts: the "Sweet Thing," a fried ancho chili and chocolate-spread sandwich that's a spicy take on french toast, and the "Roti John," filled with a scallion-chive omelet.
For late-rising drinkers, they're offering a weekend happy hour between 4 and 6 p.m with two Evil Twin tallboy cans for $8 and a rotating selection of $3 house-blended shots of Italian bitters.