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3 restaurants in New York City with bottomless brunch

A lot of people ask me: what do I really must do in NYC? Well, I think we have to do whatever we want, but I’m from the team that always reinforces the idea that it’s cool to have local, traditional, classic experiences. And do you know something more classic in New York than brunch on Saturday or Sunday? It’s something that New Yorkers love! And today I’m going to give suggestions of places with a fixed price for bottomless drinks (for a limited amount of time, obviously!)

Tre Restaurant – it is an Italian restaurant on the Lower East Side. At $26,95  price-fix, you choose an entree and drink unlimited mimosas (for 1 ½ hour). This deal is available on Saturdays and Sundays, from 12 pm to 4 pm. What I liked is that the brunch includes not only traditional dishes options such as omelets, eggs, and pancakes, but also other Italian dishes like pasta and burger. We have been there twice and we enjoyed our experience. The place is charming – if it is warm, ask for a table at the backyard. I recommend the carbonara, the burger, and the steak & eggs. Also, drinks are $6 and appetizers are $5 during Happy Hour, which happens from Sunday to Thursday from 5 pm to 8 pm and Friday and Saturday from 5 pm to 7 pm.  The restaurant is closed for lunch on weekdays. It is good to reserve and is cash only. More info on the website.

Address: 173 Ludlow Street.

Cantina – an amazing Mexican restaurant located in Harlem. I love the food! One of the best burritos that I’ve tried in New York was from Cantina. On Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 am to 3 pm, Cantina offers the Bottomless Brunch: $12,95 + any entree, 60 minutes bottomless from time first drink is served – Sangria, Mimosa, Margarita. The brunch menu includes options like tacos with eggs, breakfast burritos, and bowls with potatoes, eggs, and beans. Check out the complete menu.

Address: 1838 7th Avenue. There is another location at 329 Lenox Avenue – but they don’t offer brunch!

Pardon my French – French restaurant that is located in the East Village, a super cool neighborhood. The restaurant is frequented by young people and is super crowded on the weekends. I was there with three other friends and the brunch (which is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm) has two options. Tea and coffee + a main course for $19.95 or Mimosa or Bloody Mary + a plate for $29.95 (for an hour and a half). The menu, as expected, has French influence and includes options such as Croque Monsieur or Croque Madame and Brioche French Toast. You can check the menu on the website. The restaurant is cash only and I highly recommend making a reservation for brunch!

Address: 103 Ave B.

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