Sunday in Brooklyn
Contrary to what the name might suggest, Sunday in Brooklyn is open for brunch and dinner every day of the week. The rustic three-story space boasts an outdoor patio, marketplace, private dining room and rooftop garden. The brunch menu includes both lighter bites, like carrot bread with ginger cream cheese ($3) or avocado toast with preserved tomatoes, wheatgrass and sprouts ($9), and heartier fare, like an egg-sausage sandwich with potatoes, cheddar and gojuchang aioli ($11), malted pancakes like hazelnut-maple praline ($15) and a plate of smoked salmon, pastrami black cod, sour cream, pickled green tomatoes and sourdough ($23). Dinner also features the cod, alongside other small plates like wild mushroom rice grits with pumpkin ($12) and entrees such as a 30-day dry aged pork chop with sour mustard greens ($37). At either service, signature cocktails like Champagne Problems, with bubbly, orange, berries and mint, or Juanny Appleseed, with tequila, hot apple cider, brown butter and cinnamon, are available (both $12).
Venue says: “A neighborhood restaurant celebrating Sunday in Brooklyn by serving brunch and dinner daily and some of our favorite items for take away.”