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For many New Yorkers, Sunday has quickly become the designated brunch day of the week. While food is the main attraction, an endless supply of alcohol certainly brightens up any brunching experience. After all, what better way to cure a hangover than by knocking back a few bubbly mimosas the morning after? Click through for our favorite spots to have a boozy brunch this Sunday.
We've all had those mornings- you wake up after a hard night of partying, struggle to locate your phone, wallet, and/or pants, chase four Advils with a double-shot of espresso, and tell yourself that you're Never Drinking Again. But this is America, where nobody likes a quitter, and besides, we all know that a far better cure for the weekend morning blues is to get right back on that horse with a hearty, delicious brunch and some classy, but free-flowing, brunch cocktails. For those of you ready to keep the party going in daylight, here's a list of our favorite all-you-can-drink brunch spots where you can wine and dine your early-morning woes away. More»
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This isn't your typical preppy filled joint. The Country Club of New York is FINALLY open on 14th street, and, from the looks of it, getting your business squared away before your grand opening really does pay off. Guests braved out the detrimental weather conditions so that they could be among the first leave their marks in the green and white striped booths, rub against the freshly leathered walls, and give the Club's extensive Bellini Menu a try (see below). Imagine:
“The Rolling Stones recording an album at a traditional English Manor and the environment that would be left upon the album’s completion.”
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Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.