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tracyw19 Mar 23, 2009 03:57 PM

Hey there -
Can anyone recommend any places for "all you can drink brunch"? I like Essex a lot, but its VERY crowded. Sunburnt cow is a little too dark and dirty for this weekend. Any other ideas?

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    lanadai Apr 20, 2009 10:30 AM

    Double Crown has a all you can drink customize your own bloody mary bar on Sundays which includes an entree for around $32, not too crowded.

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      Lucia Apr 19, 2009 07:48 PM

      Whatever you do, don't go to Braai. Although it was recently featured on Urban Daddy as offering unlimited mimosas included in brunch and although the menu still offered this deal, when we sat down, we were told that there was a recent policy change and that unlimited mimosas were now $8. Just left a bad taste in our mouths. Food was OK (Safrikan Brekkie for both)--really greasy. They let us linger, and I like the decor, but I still probably won't be back.

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        justinb914 Apr 10, 2009 02:53 PM

        I may check out Arte Cafe this weekend for their AYCD brunch special:
        http://www.artecafenyc.com/html/brunc...

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          scanditrash Mar 25, 2009 09:30 AM

          Tre is awesome, i know they do unlimited mimosas for brunch, not sure about the bloody marys

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            mch Mar 24, 2009 08:10 AM

            i believe roberto passon does an unlimited brunch.

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              notsochubbychubette Mar 24, 2009 07:20 AM

              If you are willing to do all you can drink sangria, go to Calle Ocho.
              Duke's does all you can drink Bloddy's or Mimosa's
              You can also try Bondi Road or Caliente Cab Company

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                Lucia Mar 23, 2009 07:30 PM

                I just went to Yerba Buena this past weekend. Food is good and unlimited beverages (bloody mary, mojito, mimosa) are $12 more. Catch is it's only for an hour, but my friend and I each had 3 drinks in that time.

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                  Desidero Mar 24, 2009 10:13 AM

                  Any hour or a specific hour (e.g., from 10-11 a.m.)? Is this both weekend days or just Saturday or Sunday?

                  Did anything you ate at Yerba Buena stand out? I've enjoyed dinner there, but haven't been for brunch.

                  Thanks.

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                    Lucia Mar 26, 2009 06:39 PM

                    It's not limited to any particular hour. Here's the menu:http://www.yerbabuenanyc.com/media/br.... The menu says they're open for brunch Sat and Sun.
                    I had their take on a cuban, which was good. My friend ordered the eggs benedict, which she really liked. Potato sticks they were both served with were good too.

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