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Dizzy’s on Fifth Avenue to Close its Popular Brunch Outpost on Sunday

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The "finer diner" on Fifth Avenue between President and Carroll streets will close its doors Sunday with free, bottomless mimosas for brunchers.
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PARK SLOPE — Popular brunch spot Dizzy's is shuttering its Fifth Avenue outpost after five years of slinging omelettes and pancakes on the thoroughfare, an employee confirmed Thursday.

The "finer diner" on Fifth Avenue between President and Carroll streets will close its doors Sunday with free, bottomless mimosas for brunchers.

Dizzy's opened in 2012 as the second location to the Eighth Avenue flagship at Ninth Street — which opened in 1997 and will remain open — and quickly became a go-to brunch spot for Park Slopers.

News of the closure spread quickly on social media with loyal patrons sorry to see the eatery go.

"Sad News for Dizzy's on 5th," stated a post on the Park Slope Parents Facebook page. "Stop by and have a bite and say goodbye to a favorite spot for baby meetups, tech group meetups, career networking meetups, poker papa meetups and more."