Sunday In Brooklyn Has Popped Up At The Seaport!

by Stephanie Maida · January 14, 2022

    Sunday in Brooklyn has landed in... Manhattan?!

    Praise be to the brunch gods!

    The Williamsburg hot spot, beloved for its cult-favorite pancakes and creative cocktails, has officially unveiled its new pop-up location in the Seaport District. Taking over the former Cobble & Co. space at 19 Fulton Street, the spacious eatery spans two floors and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, plenty of greenery, and airy interiors inspired by (duh) its Brooklyn roots.

    However, it's sure to fit right in in its new neighborhood, serving up its staple produce-driven menu items including the Don Ruben Omelet, Warm Grain Bowl, Fried Chicken Sandwich, and, of course, those fluffy AF Sunday Pancakes.

    "We are excited to be popping up at the historic Seaport," Sunday in Brooklyn founder Todd Enany said in a statement. "Sunday celebrates neighborhood at its core, and we’re humbled to now serve this vibrant and growing Seaport community. We couldn’t be prouder to be a part of an amazing collection of shops and restaurants."

    In addition to daily brunch and sunset snacks, with dinner service set to launch soon, you can toast to the new outpost with playful (and very 'grammable) sips from acclaimed beverage director Brian Evans. Hey, it's always five o'clock on a Sunday..."... stroke="none" stroke-width="1" fill="none" fill-rule="evenodd">
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