The best brunch in NYC 2012: Your guide to a late breakfast
Love it or hate it, brunch is a civic obsession. That’s why we’ve compiled this best brunch guide to the best feasts for a late Saturday and Sunday brunch.
Wed May 30 2012
Photograph: Jakob N. Layman
Our best brunch guide introduces you to local chefs who are reinventing pancakes, huevos rancheros, eggs Benedict, mimosas and other brunch standards. Find out where to get the most inventive riffs on your favorite dishes, plus, which spots to visit if you're brunch-averse but still want a stellar late breakfast.
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Not to be rude...but who's getting the bjs from Mile End every couple of weeks? The coverage that place gets is ridiculous--so out of proportion to what they have to offer. But they must have a dynomite publicist because Mile End shows up on every list in Time Out, NY Mag, etc, etc. (And now, I've publicized their name AGAIN.)
The only brunch I might add is the Gospel Sunday Brunch at Red Rooster. Found it using Schemer: http://goo.gl/zm41E