What will be a perfect Sunday in Brooklyn without a good brunch?
Here you can find good spot brunch in Brooklyn at cheap prices!
EGG is THE place for your brunch!
You may wait a little, but it’s worth it.
The meals are tasty, generous and prepared with fresh ingredients.
You can also go back to your childhood and enjoy drawing on the tables.
You can try the famous Egg Rothko (a slice of brioche with a hole in the middle that accommodates a sunny-side-up egg, all of which is covered with sharp cheddar) or a terrific country-ham biscuit sandwich.
If you must have dessert at breakfast, finish with a bowl of caramelized grapefruit and mint.
You are sure to have fun!
109 N 3rd St, Brooklyn (Williamsburg)
Saturday & Sunday: 8am to 5pm.
Eating at Tom’s restaurant is such a wondeful experience, where you can enjoy free coffee, orange slices, or cookies,serving by a friendly staff.
While the 70-year-old diner retains its old-fashioned, soda-fountain sensibility and hours (they’re open only for breakfast and lunch), the recipes are updated to appease the increasingly yuppified Prospect Heights population.
Try the harvest pancakes with corn and cranberries, the pumpkin-walnut waffle, or the world’s best crab cakes—not for those with cholesterol troubles, as they’re deep-fried.
Leave room for their specialty drinks, including homemade cherry-lime rickey, whipped coffee, or that Brooklyn staple, the egg cream.
It can be a long wait on weekend mornings, but once you get in the door, you feel like family.
782 Washington Ave,Prospect Heights,Brooklyn
1229 Boardwalk, Coney Island, Brooklyn
Saturday: 7am-9pm. Sunday: 8am-9pm.
Gertie is a vintage spot with a joyful decoration (and a wonderful wall designed by he artist Lea Carey!).
Gertie serves brunch, lunch and diner at quite reasonable prices.
For your brunch, you can enjoy customizing your egg and cheese sandwich with different ingredients, such as mushrooms, salami, beans, and many others!
357 Grand St, Brooklyn
Monday and Tuesday:8am-3:30pm
Wednesday and Thursday: 8am–10pm