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Brunch with ulimited booze in NYC

August 12th, 2011 3 Comments

Bottomless mimosas are just a hangover waiting to happen.  So Refinery29 found better options for us.
Harry’s Cafe and Steak
Harry’s Cafe and Steak, One Hanover Square (between Stone and Pearl streets); 212-785-9200.

Calle Ocho
Calle Ocho, 446 Columbus Avenue (between 81st and 82nd streets); 212-873-5025.

Bondi Road

Bondi Road, 153 Rivington Street (between Suffolk and Clinton streets); 212-253-5311.

Tre 173
Tre 173, 173 Ludlow Street (between Houston and Stanton streets); 212-535-3353.

Paradou
Paradou, 8 Little West 12th Street (between 9th and Washington avenues); 212-463-8345.

Essex
Essex, 120 Essex Street (between Rivington and Delancey streets); 212-533-9616.

Le Comptoir
Le Comptoir, 251 Grand Street (between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street), Brooklyn; 718-486-3300.

Philip Marie
Philip Marie, 569 Hudson Street (between West 11th and Bank streets); 212-242-6200.

Poco
Poco, 33 Avenue B (at 3rd street); 212-228-4461.

Yerba Buena
Yerba Buena, 23 Avenue A (between 1st and 2nd streets) 212-529-2919.

Check out their descriptions here.  All sound pretty delicious to me!

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  • Andrew Woj

    I’ve been to Essex: try the lobster eggs benedict to accompany your three complimentary mimosas. If it’s busy (and it will be), they’ll shower your table with free drink tickets to redeem at the bar so that they can get more people in the door and at a table.

  • Good lord

    Mary, it’s pretty poor form to just relist options described by another website with no commentary and a link buried at the bottom.

    • That post is legitimate. None of the descriptions are on my site. You have to click through to see what each restaurant offers specifically and the review of the place. The list is meant to send people interested to click and read read Ref29