Last weekend, I was invited in to try brunch at Ted’s Montana Grill. It’s a fairly new offering, so I was excited that we would be one of the first to try it. Here are three reasons why you should give it a try too!
1). Location: I always struggle when I’m in midtown […]
Lately if anyone suggests having brunch in Astoria, I suggest Sugar Freak. Here’s three reasons why this has become my top brunch spot.
1). It includes a complimentary beverage. I’m 28. I don’t need an all you can drink brunch spot anymore, mostly because that
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means I’ll spend the rest […]
I don’t do brunch too often, but when I do I want to be sure it’s a good time. Some of my favorites include Calle Ocho, Sunburnt Calf, and Van Diemens (have we really not written about Calle Ocho and Van Diemens yet?!). I went with two friends over MLK weekend and Calle Ocho […]
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If you are in Astoria and looking for a date spot, look no further than DiWine. Â I went to DiWine last Monday, and this wine bar was pretty quiet (I’ve heard it gets busier especially towards the weekend). Â The cool thing about it being kind of empty was that […]
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After discussing brunch for a few weeks, I decided to meet up with my friend Tim one Sunday for brunch andÂ drinks. Â Since it was just the two of us, we knew we didn’t need to take advantage of an all you can drink deal, so when we stumbled into […]
My mom came in for a quick visit on Saturday so I needed to find a nearby place for brunch. There arenâ€™t a ton of options in Gramercy, so I racked my brain as we walked down Third Avenue. After perusing a few menus, we decided on Piccolo Italian Restaurantâ€™s $13 brunch menu […]
Guest Post by Jenni Maier, Editor of the Post Grad Blog
Editor’s note: We love Blockheads and have written about it as a lunch and dinner spot. Â Want to know though what goes on at brunch? Â Keep reading!
I’m extremely anal (I know, bad word to use in a blog about food) when […]
Guest Blog Post by Jenni Maier, Editor of The Post Grad Blog
I’ve recently read that Cer tÃ© (55th between 5th and 6th), a small midtown lunch place, has phenomenalsandwiches. So I checked out their menu and was thrilled to discover they also offer a great brunch (not on Sundays) at reasonably low prices. […]
I seem to generally stick to my three favorite cuisines – Thai, Mexican and Italian – so I thought it’d be best for me to branch out a little and try a French restaurant. Luckily I had a City Shuffle Diner’s Deck to the small French bistro Mon Petit Cafe on the Upper East […]
I guess I was naÃ¯ve. I thought that the much hyped brunch at HK Cafe was $13 for your meal and AYCD. I’m an idiot. I figured this out upon arrival, but was met with another little surprise: the price of AYCD has risen to $15. I don’t do brunch very often, so maybe […]