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Sunday, Funday, Brunch day! Take a look at this list of the borough’s favorite brunch spots.

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For many, brunching on a Sunday is something to look forward to all weekend. It’s the last hoorah before the Monday blues sets in.

New York City is a place with endless brunch possibilities. However, if you’re having trouble getting into your favorite Manhattan brunch spot, why not try something new and head to the most popular borough: Brooklyn! Here is a list of our favorite brunch spots to try this Spring.

LOOSIE’S KITCHEN & CAFE

Let’s be honest — we all enjoy a good cocktail with our brunch. This New Orleans-inspired location has some of the best soul food options for a great weekend mid-morning meal. Fried chicken and waffles anyone? Eat this dish while sitting in one of their vintage bathtubs — do it for the ‘gram!

For you social media lovers out there who enjoy documenting your food and location, this is the spot for you. It has a whimsical feel and is definitely picture-worthy. Bonus: The full restaurant is now also open for lunch!

Loosie’s Kitchen & Cafe: 91 S 6th St Brooklyn NY

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EGG SHOP

This trendy “egg-centric” restaurant was created by a husband and wife duo, Sarah Schneider and Demetri Makoulis. They realized that an egg is extremely versatile and wanted to create a shop where their menu had infinite egg dishes. If you’re someone who loves a good egg sandwich, this spot is for you!

The space is bright — white like an egg — and has a fully stocked bar. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail along with an incredible selection of organic wines. This is another gem that is definitely Instagram-worthy! Also, if you fall in love with the menu, check out the Egg Shop Cookbook to recreate these “egg-centric” dishes at home!

Egg Shop: 138 N 8th St. Brooklyn NY 

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SISTERS

Saturday and Sunday brunch? You mean we don’t have to wait until Sunday to get our brunch fix!? There’s an emphasis on sustainability here at Sisters. They buy locally and use only farm fresh products. Fan favorite menu options include the Smoked Salmon, French Toast and Frittata. Don’t worry — they have a great cocktail selection, too. “Mother Have Mercy” sounds delicious, in our humble opinion.

Sisters is another Insta-worthy spot. Its adorable atmosphere is the perfect place for a group photo with your favorite brunch crew, so don’t forget that selfie stick!

Sisters: 900 Fulton St. Brooklyn NY

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SWEET CHICK

Sweet Chick’s philosophy is simple: “Great food, a cool vibe and interesting cocktails at a great price.” Its all-American cuisine with a Southern touch is everything you need for a Sunday brunch filled with your favorite comfort foods like cocktails, chicken and waffles and homemade desserts. Also, the locations are very inviting. It’s the perfect place to spend with your closest friends reliving your weekend.

Sweet Chick: 164 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn NY

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GRAND ARMY

They call it “brunch on steroids.” For you Bloody Mary lovers out there, this isn’t a spot to miss. Have you ever heard of a Bloody Mary platter? What does a Bloody Mary platter consist of you ask? Well, at Grand Army, it consists of two house bloodys, a two-tier tower of bivalves, shrimp cocktail, king crab, deviled eggs, and veggies. Yumm! That sounds like a great way to start a Sunday Funday to us.

And don’t let your fun end there! Check out events that are happening in NYC to keep the weekend going for as long as possible. Here are a couple we suggest:

  • March 25 @ 11:00 AM (Brooklyn, NY) — Sunday Coffee Cupping
  • April 8 @ 11:00 AM (Brooklyn, NY) — Bloody Mary Festival

Grand Army: 336 State St Brooklyn NY 

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Andrea Leonhardt

“Made in Germany,” Andrea Leonhardt is the managing editor for BK Reader. Andrea holds a bachelor’s degree in political science, with minors in American studies and education, and a master’s...

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