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good brunch places in the 80's or 90's?

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giantsquids Dec 3, 2007 06:47 PM

sunday my cousin is performing at the 92nd st ymca and id like to get a good brunch relatively close to there. any suggestions?

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    sukmon Dec 4, 2007 09:55 AM

    there is a hungarian place that has crepes and delicious pastries on 3rd and 82nd-83rd? I think that is the street. Just had brunch there and it was yummy!

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      esyle Dec 5, 2007 04:57 AM

      I think you're referring to Andre's, which is on 2nd and 85th or so. Sort of a schlep to the Y.

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      kofka Dec 4, 2007 08:11 AM

      I would skip Sarabeths - really don't know what the fuss is about; frou-frou decor with mediocre food and terrivble service. Barking dog is basic, reliable and fun. Don't know Fetch but will try.

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        gally7676 Dec 4, 2007 06:52 AM

        Fetch is also pretty good.They have breakfast, brunch and lunch items on the menu. 3rd avenue between 92nd and 93rd.

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          LNG212 Dec 4, 2007 08:03 AM

          2nd Fetch. I was trying to think of the name of that place (all the photos of dogs on the walls) and couldn't think of it at all! Thanks for putting name to place for me.

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            Lucia Dec 4, 2007 08:06 AM

            I'll 3d it. I don't usually eat in the area, but a non-foodie friend took me once and I was surprised by the good food quality--really enjoyed the french toast.

        2. MMRuth Dec 4, 2007 03:16 AM

          There's also Sarabeth's on Madison at 92nd - but they don't take reservations.

          1. LNG212 Dec 3, 2007 07:36 PM

            do you mean the ym/ywHa on 92nd & lexington?

            if so, i've been to (i think it was called) barking dog (around 94th & 3rd). it was pretty standard brunch fare and not bad.

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