Maybe you like brunch, or maybe you're a terrible person who has no friends -- either way, if you're gonna do brunch, it damn sure better include bottomless boozing, especially since we almost lost our ability to do it at all. To wit: we found SEVENTY-FOUR never-ending drinking deals around the city, tried all of them, took a nap, and then conveniently organized them neighborhood-by-neighborhood below. Read up on some brunching tips, and get involved.
Where to Boozy Brunch in NYC: A hood-by-hood guide
1. Poco33 Avenue B, New York
2. Millesime92 Madison Ave, New York
3. Miss Lily's130 W Houston, New York
4. The Half Pint76 W 3rd St, New York
5. Southern Hospitality645 9th Ave, New York
6. Macondo157 E Houston St, New York
7. Preserve 24177 E Houston St, New York
8. Rayuela165 Allen St, New York
9. The Sixth Ward191 Orchard St, New York
10. PS 450450 Park Ave S, New York
11. Kittichai60 Thompson St, New York
12. Restaurant Marc Forgione134 Reade St, New York
13. SideBAR118 E 15th St, New York
14. Sotto 13140 W 13th St, New York
This Alphabet City restaurant goes by a certain motto, "by day, legendary brunch. By night, a fresh spin on tapas." Now all you have to do is pull yourself together after a long night, remember that first part, and get to boozing again.
Unlimited punch bowls and live music at Millesime will help you work off that weekend hangover.
Because grilled lobsters and an uber scene just aren't enough, Miss Lily's is creating a mini-empire with the launch of next-door Variety Shop, lined with the very ska, reggae, dancehall, and calypso albums it'll be pumping out on its radio station (plus threads & books), and Melvin's Juice Box, serving up Jerk Chicken Cubanos and healthful blends like the kale/ apple/ lemon/ ginger/ celery Jamaican Green, a good way to hydro-te after a long night out on the town.
Breakfast fondue, over 200 beers, and choices like a maple-bacon flavored Bloody Mary... stop reading and go hit their brunch now!
Ride on over to Southern Hospitality in Hells Kitchen for their fried chicken & waffles or pulled pork breakfast wrap, and stay for the live Bluegrass music playing every Saturday and Sunday.
A great atmosphere, Latin-inspired food and 13 dollar AYCD mimosas. Oh yeah, did we mention there are three flavors to choose from for those mimosas?
This LES spot is dishing out American eats and delicious creative cocktails, and also has big plans to house a casual 4000lb iceberg from Greenland for your viewing pleasure.
Rayuela offers up some amazing flavors for their sangria-like Guava or Passion fruit... but don't stop there, get the steak and eggs with yucca fries and watch your hangover disappear.
Do your body some good and get the goat cheese and bacon breakfast wrap... or you can just keep the party going and drink your hangover away, your move.
It only takes a reservation to gain access to unlimited Bloody Marys, mimosas and bellinis at PS 450. This is the only school that gives you direct access to the tools you need to cure your hangover.
25 dollar prix-fixe menu with some delicious options like a chili-smoked hangar steak or Kaffir lime leaf pancakes with lemongrass butter. Oh yeah, and it's unlimited mimosas/bellinis.
Their menu changes often to display a wide array of fresh ingredients, and when combined with a Spring rhubarb mimosa for brunch, there's not much else you need in life.
At SideBAR you can get your Sunday brunch while watching your favorite football team on the gridiron. Game. Set. Match.
Sotto 13 is a "social Italian" spot with a date-worthy bar up front, and a split-level dining room featuring wrought iron caging and a skylight. The pizza is cooked in their wood-fired oven which yields a thin crust, meaning you can order various pizzas and not explode!