New Bottomless Brunch, The Fillmore Room, 146 Tenth Avenue, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Looking for an early exit off the High Line? Consider a new bottomless-brunch deal nearby, one that offers an hour of endless sparkling cocktails for $19.10 along with the purchase of an entrée. Dishes include gingerbread french toast with bourbon, baked eggs shakshuka, and a grilled chicken muffuletta. The bar also offers a selection of bloody marys and sangria by the glass or pitcher for those not feeling particularly bubbly.
New Southern Brunch, the Heyward, 258 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Curious hipster hunters looking for something other than lines at Smorgasburg have a new brunch option in Williamsburg. The Heyward’s new Southern-focused brunch offers classic cocktails like the Porchside Smash to pair with country ham steak and grits, she-crab benedict, and hoppin’ john. The restaurant also has fresh raw bar offerings as well as shareable meat and cheese boards. Brunch plates range from $9 to $19.
Meatpacking MKT Pop-Up, Ninth Avenue between 14th and 17th streets, Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Experience the meatpacking district during the day for a change, at this one-day festival that includes a pop-up beer garden from Pounds & Ounces and a selection of local eats. In addition to food and drink offerings from Mighty Quinns and Melt Bakery, the street fair will include a selection of goods from local designers, artists, and live entertainment.
Chef Camille Becerra Presents Navy Nights, the Palms, 1-89 Beach 96th Street, Queens, Saturday, 7 p.m.
Pack your suntan lotion and take a late-afternoon dip this weekend, because Camille Becerra of Soho seafood spot Navy is hosting a beachside dinner at the new Palms party pad in the Rockaways. The five-course seasonal menu — $75 per person — also includes dessert from Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream; reserve your seat in the shade.
Copenhagen Street Dog Launch Party, the Delancey, 168 Delancey Street, Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
While celebrating the launch of the Copenhagen-style hot dog in stores throughout the U.S., revelers can chow down on Danish hot dogs and gourmet liquorice (a/k/a lakrids) while dancing on the Delancey’s rooftop. Though the event is free to attend for those 21 and up, guests must RSVP in advance.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 31, 2015
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