Friday, March 4, 2011

Best Unlimited Boozy Brunch


With your Ray Bans on, a faint stain of red lipstick, and your head pounding, you may just need a hair of the dog to cure your vodka induced hangover from last night’s insanity at Le Bain.   Thankfully, these unlimited cocktail brunches will settle your stomach and get you tipsy all over again.

Poco: For $22.95 you can order any brunch item (the Poco Benedict, Lobster Mac n Cheese or Salmon BLT are the way to go) and you’ll get three late-morning cocktails.  For a large party of 10 or more, you can get all-you-can-drink mimosas, bloody marys and sangria for $28 with three hours to enjoy this daytime debauchery.  Make a reservation as this 20-something fav gets packed quickly! Poco at 33 Avenue B

Diablo Royale Este: In the mood for a spicy kick to your first meal of the day?  Check out their new $22 all-you-can-drink brunch special.  Order the Huevos Rancheros for a classic Mexican dish or the Mexi Scrambled (scrambled eggs with chorizo, onions, poblanos, cilantro, and crema)  And Enjoy unlimited bloody marys or mimosas with your mid-afternoon fiesta. Diablo Royale Este at 167 Avenue A

Agozar: They offer unlimited sangria with any brunch item ($12-$16) for 2 hours at this lively Cuban bistro right off the Bowery.   Try the Sandwhiche Cubano with shoestring fries, for a hearty fix to your hangover.  Agozar at 324 Bowery

Sun Burnt Cow: Widely known one of the biggest Sunday parties in town (well, other than the infamous and exclusive Day and Night Brunches & Sunday Funday evening at Goldbar).   Arrive early if you want to take advantage of the $15 Endless Brunch.  And I seriously mean “endeless” - you will need a cab to take your drunk ass home.  
Sun Burnt Cow at 137 Avenue C

Yerba Buena: Get unlimited bellinis, mimosas and jalapeno bloody mary’s for just $12 (menu says there’s a 1-hour limit, but I’ve been recently with my gals and they let us linger quite a bit longer).  Try the Benedict Yerba Buena or Tres Arepas.  Make a reservation, unless you don’t mind sitting at the bar while you booze it up with your crew.  Yerba Buena at 23 Avenue A

Where do you go for a boozy brunch? xo

2 comments:

  1. great great great choices. My favorite brunchy boozer needs to get her calendar ready for me... and these awesome picks!
    xoxox

    And Cornerstone has unlimited booze - wepa!

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  2. Actually even thought I've been in the East Village for two months now (moving from London) I haven't done the boozy brunch thing! But now I will - my favourite sounding here is Diablo Royale Este for the Mexican food kick with my hangover...

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