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The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC

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***The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC - Jack's Wife Freda, 224 Lafayette Street (between Spring and Kenmare streets);

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Jacob's Pickles "I'm having trouble typing out this sentence because I can't stop thinking about how ridiculously good Jacob's Pickles is. Oh, you like carrots? They're pickled. Beets? Pickled. Bloody Marys? Huge, and they come with a deviled egg. Plus, they have cheesy grits for days. It's a hangover dream." - Vanessa Golembewski, Features WriterJacob's Pickles, 509 Amsterdam Avenue (between West 84th and 85th streets); 212-470-5566.

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The Ultimate Brunching Guide To NYC #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/brunch-restaurants#slide5  Café Moto "Moto in Williamsburg has an awesome brunch and an even more awesome atmosphere. The spot is tiny, adorable, usually has live music, and the food is really good." - Jennifer Calloway, Front End EngineerCafé Moto, 394 Broadway (between Keap and Hooper streets), Brooklyn; 718-599-6895.

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The Ultimate Brunching Guide To NYC via "Moto in Williamsburg has an awesome brunch and an even more awesome atmosphere. The spot is tiny, adorable, usually has live music, and the food is really good." - Jennifer Calloway, Front End Engineer

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The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/brunch-restaurants#slide-21  Dudleys "The avocado toast is simply to die for, and paired with a flat white, it makes for the perfect brunchie/breakkie combo!" - Ly Ngo, Editorial Art DirectorDudleys, 85 Orchard Street (at Broome Street); 212-925-7355.

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avocado toast is simply to die for, and paired with a flat white, it makes for the perfect brunchie/breakkie Ly Ngo, Editorial Art DirectorDudleys, 85 Orchard Street (at Broome Street);

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Joe and Misses Doe "Joe and MissesDoe (formerly JoeDoe) combines two of my favorite things: comfort food and '80s rock vibes. As a girl from the South, I'm hooked on their biscuits with honey butter and their cheddar grits offering. Plus, their fun beer cocktails hit the spot on a sluggish Saturday morning." -Jessica Roska, Senior Editor, Brand ExperiencesJoe and MissesDoe, 45 East First Street (between First and Second avenues); 212-780-0262.

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Joe and Misses Doe: Comfort food and rock vibes in the East Village. Try biscuits with honey butter, Cheddar Grits for Brunch. 45 East First Street (between First and Second avenues).

The Ultimate Brunching Guide To NYC #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/brunch-restaurants#slide1  The District "I'll get right to it: The District's pork sausage pie is heaven on earth. It's kind of hard to describe how truly special the dish is because, well, I've never eaten anything like it. Although, the restaurant's drunken-blueberry french toast is a really close second. This quirky, Irish gastropub is hidden away in Yorkville on the Upper East Side boasts amazing service, and ...

The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC

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