Brooklyn Heights Brunch
"You look young in your photo..."
Appearances can be deceiving -- I'm 37... almost 38. ;)
(Though that photo was taken 2 or 3 years ago -- and maybe that's young to you. It's all relative I suppose.)
Anyway, we walked past Jack the Horse and it looked... fine, but also lacked energy. Went down to Superfine where there was a 45 minute wait and a Bluegrass band starting up and we had some catching up to do so the music might've been a problem.
We ended up at The Dumbo General Store where the food was just fine. Nothing to go out of your way for but if one isn't willing to wait 45 minutes, it hit the spot. Now I just need to get there one of these nights for the Mexican menu...
JtH has a fine brunch. They have a shrimp salad sandwich that's good. Very nice fresh baked scones.
The vibe is very different between JtH and Superfine. The age of the clientele skews about 25-35 years older at JtH, probably reflecting the general demographic of Bklyn Heights vs. DUMBO.
Superfine has a fine brunch, but IMHO, not Superfine. The service is usually quite poor, and the food is only decent. Though if you like live bluegrass music, Superfine delivers that.
Better cocktails at JtH too (just have to wait until after noon on Sunday).