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Kosher Sunday Brunch in Manhattan

chowdog613 Sep 2, 2010 07:15 PM

Looking to take a couple of folks to Brunch on Sunday in midtown Manhattan or on the East Side. Someplace to eat comfortably and have a conversation. Doesn't have to be Chalav Yisrael. Suggestions?

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    chowdog613 Sep 7, 2010 12:17 PM

    Thanks for your suggestions. So we 1) wanted to start a little earlier than some of the places that were suggested open for brunch; 2) wanted milchigs, someplace where we could sit and shmooze and 3) wanted to stay mid-town or east side. So in the end we went with Milk and Honey on 45th St. Two of us had eggs & hash browns and I had the French panini. They thought their meals were fine. It took a while for the panini and it came too well toasted (hard) for my liking. Would have been better too if the melted cheese was on a plate rather than a paper liner. Blueberry muffin was very good. All that being said, Milk and Honey was a good location for us to spend 1.5 -2 hours over coffee and tea and bfast.

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      jeffrosenbaum Sep 3, 2010 04:00 PM

      Darna has brunch. It is fleichig. The last time I was there for brunch (a number of months ago) it was actually very good. It was very different from other kosher brunch places.
      I certainly second My Favorite Food. Their brunch was excellent. Make sure you sit in their inside room.

      1. v
        vallevin Sep 3, 2010 12:19 PM

        What about Bagels & Co?
        Don't know how nice it is though.....

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          SRG Sep 3, 2010 07:24 AM

          My Most Favorite Dessert Company could work, though it is now on the west side (72nd between Broadway and West End Avenue).

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            cheesecake17 Sep 3, 2010 07:02 AM

            Sacred Chow has a vegan brunch, if you accept their supervision.

            Le Marais has a brunch menu.. it's meat though.

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