3 Must-Try Brunches: Bloody Mary Bars, Warm Donuts and MoreBy Carissa Chesanek | June 20, 2014 By Carissa Chesanek | June 20, 2014
The weekend is here and that means a boozy breakfast is in your future. Here are three hot spots with killer brunches.
Why: The do-it-yourself bloody Mary bar stocked with serious garnishes like corn dogs, bacon, charcuterie and pickled quail eggs. Pair with antipasto and made-to-order omelets from brunch buffet.
Details: Sunday, 11 AM-4 PM; $40 per person for brunch, $20 for unlimited bar.
Why: Downtown's swanky steakhouse serves an impressive buffet spread for its brunch crowd, including a create-your-own taco station, fresh seafood (with made-to-order ceviche) and sweets like warm doughnuts with homemade nutella.
Detail: Sunday, 11:30 AM- 3 PM; $69 per adult, $32 per child.
The Federal, Food, Drink & Provisions (pictured)
Why: The rustic Upper East Side American eatery revamped its prix fixe brunch menu, showcasing plates like Wing ‘n’ Waffle (mini pork shank, cornmeal waffle smothered in buffalo sauce), alongside its signature bottomless bar which includes all-you-can-drink Bubble’s Old Fashioneds (Boston bitters, prosecco and Dolin rouge).
Details: Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 AM–3:30 PM; $29 per person, $25 for bottomless bar