Posts Categorized: Brunch

Brunch Page: Prune

For Christmas this year, I gave Matt the newest cookbook by Gabrielle Hamiton, the celebrated chef behind one of NYC’s hottest restaurants: Prune. All fall, he talked extensively about wanting to read it—or so I thought. He was actually hoping for a different book—a copy of Gabrielle’s 2012 memoir, called Blood, Bones & Butter. I’ll admit: I… Read more »

Brunch Page: The Butcher’s Daughter

I first heard about this sunny brunch spot from Bri over at Design Love Fest—she recommended The Butcher’s Daughter as one of her favorite New York spots when she was in town to teach Blogshop last year. This past Saturday, I finally made it over there for a solo brunch, iPad in hand. I nabbed a window… Read more »

Brunch Page: Five Points

My cousin was in New York this weekend, and it was so fun playing tour guide for a day and taking him around the city. For brunch, we went to Five Points in Soho, one of our go-to spots in Manhattan. The food and atmosphere are both great: I had Eggs Rancheros, their take on… Read more »

The best scrambled eggs ever

Over the weekend, I finally made it to Colonie for brunch. This place has been on my list for a long time. I ordered their Leek and Gruyere Scramble, and it was incredible. So fluffy and flavorful! I have always loved cooking with leeks, but until now, I never thought about adding them to scrambled… Read more »

Brunch Page: Cafe Cluny

I’ve fallen behind on my exploration of New York brunch spots these days (mainly because my good friend—and regular brunch date—moved away from New York!). But this weekend, the weather was perfect for relaxed, al fresco dining midday. I relied on a favorite: Café Cluny in the West Village. Have you been? The French-inspired food… Read more »