Three Cool Brunch Spots You Probably Haven't Tried But Should

Three Cool Brunch Spots You Probably Haven't Tried But Should

Spring is that you?! With temparatures finally staying about 60 degrees, its time to al fresco and move boozy brunch and "Sunday funday" outdoors. So slip into something flirty, grab your tribe and check out these spots this weekend. You can thank us later.  

Aunt Jake’s, Little Italy


Tucked away on Little Italy’s popular Mulberry Street, Aunt Jake’s sky-lit back garden offers a serene escape from the city.

  • Menu highlights: Create-your-own pastas, lemon ricotta pancakes, cornflake crusted French toast, and porchetta hash

  • Drink highlights: Fresh juices and all cocktails are available as pitchers (jackpot!)

  • Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm

  • Reservations available here through OpenTable

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(Courtesy Aunt Jake


Clinton Hall, Williamsburg


Located in the heart of Brooklyn’s hippest neighborhood, Clinton Hall’s Williamsburg location offers a secluded courtyard with a treelined terrace, communal beer garden seating, and a variety of supersized games including Jenga, Connect 4, chess, and foosball.

  • Menu highlights: Cap’n Crunch-coated French toast and smashed avocado breakfast pizza

  • Drink highlights: 90-minute $24 bottomless drink specials along with 20 rotating taps of unique draught beers and ciders

  • Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm

  • Walk-ins welcome

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Clinton Hall (@Peter Pabon)


Colonia Verde, Fort Greene


This cozy Latin American neighborhood spot contains one of the city’s best outdoor spaces for peaceful dining – a private, walled-off back garden with hanging lights and outdoor grills.

  • Menu highlights: Duck confit chilaquiles and steak and huevos divorciados

  • Drink highlights: Chili willi with mezcal, Aperol, vermouth, grapefruit, lime, and chipotle tabasco

  • Saturday and Sunday from 10am-3:30pm

  • Reservations are available here through Resy

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Colonia Verde (©Grub Street)



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