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 or avocado toast with preserved tomatoes, wheatgrass and sprouts, and heartier fare, like an egg-sausage sandwich with potatoes, cheddar and gojuchang aioli, malted pancakes like hazelnut-maple praline and a plate of smoked salmon, pastrami black cod, sour cream, pickled green tomatoes and sourdough. Dinner also features the cod, alongside other small plates like fried chicken, crusted with togarashi and served with fancy ranch, and entrees such as a 30-day dry aged pork chop with sour mustard greens. 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.
|Venue name:||Sunday in Brooklyn|
348 Wythe Avenue and South 2nd Street
|Cross street:||between S 2nd and S 3rd|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 8:30am-10pm; Fri 8:30am-11pm; Sat 10am-11pm; Sun 10am-10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Bedford Ave or J,M,Z to Marcy|
|Price:||Average entree: $25|
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Every time it's a delicious experience. Getting the chicken bon bons is a must if you go for dinner, they're perfectly roasted and super crunchy. When getting brunch, which means you might have a short wait for the table don't hesitate on getting the pancakes. They're every inner child's dream; as they're bathed in a silky mixture of nutella, maple syrup and butter.