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Midtown »

The amendment to the 80-year-old law will allow restaurants to serve alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sundays.

Astoria »

The Breakfast Shack will launch next month at 30th Avenue and 30th Street in Queens.

Bed-Stuy »

From Sunset Park to Williamsburg, the drinks keep coming at these Brooklyn brunch spots.

West Village »

Bell Book and Candle's Sunday brunch service will include live soul music.

Upper West Side »

OpenTable culled thousand of restaurant reviews to find the best brunch spots in the land. 

Meatpacking District »

The event aims to showcase the daytime appeal of an area long known for its nightlife.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn's first Maison Kayser is now open at 57 Court St. in Downtown Brooklyn.

Kingsbridge »

"Savoring Gotham" aims to capture the diversity of NYC's food and drink scene in 570 entries.

Midtown »

UrbanSpace Vanderbilt is rolling out a new brunch program starting on Saturday.

Fort Greene »

Martha will no longer serve brunch, they announced Wednesday.

Fort Greene »

Kansas native Jill Lindsey hosts workshops, like Thursday's tie-dyeing class, in her store's backyard.

Carroll Gardens »

The longtime restaurant was shuttered during a months-long renovation. 

Prospect Heights »

The longtime Washington Avenue diner applied for a full liquor license this week.

Flatiron »

John Doe's will offer craft beer, American food and a large selection of rye whiskey, the owner said.