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Need help finding a Fun Brunch Spot!

Ive been to Clinton St Baking Co and I loved it!

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Clinton Street Baking Co.
4 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002

Dec 07, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Need help finding a Fun Brunch Spot!

I dont mind spending up to $300 if I can find a place like Brasserie Beaumarchais. But for other brunch places, which aren't that lively/crazy I would like to keep it to $30/40 pp. I was looking at Beauty and Essex as well. I will be in NYC in a couple of weeks and was planning on checking it out. What places would you suggest similar to Brasserie Beaumarchais? Ive heard of Oak Room but nothing else really.

Dec 07, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Need help finding a Fun Brunch Spot!

I've heard about stanton social. Is it more like bagatelle or essex?

Dec 06, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Need help finding a Fun Brunch Spot!

I'm planning on going for brunch with a few friends on a sunday about a month from now. I was looking for a dayclub/fun brunch spot with drinks. I've been to Bagatelle, Essex, HK lounge, Penelope and a couple others that i can't remember. We were thinking of Calle Ocho but I'm not sure if its still that good and busy. We're all non-vegetarians so food is not an issue. We're ok with spending about $30-$40 pp. Would really appreciate some help finding a fun spot!

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Penelope
159 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016

Calle Ocho
45 W 81st St, New York, NY 10024

Bagatelle
409 W 13th St, New York, NY 10014

Essex
120 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002

Dec 06, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

The dinner was awesome! she really enjoyed it! We had the turnip ceviche and saffron fennel (its not on the website menu) to start with and the butternut squash risotto and the mizo glazed daikon for the main course. They were all good but we really enjoyed the ceviche and the daikon. They couldn't really prepare any eggless desserts, so we just had the sorbet (it was good!). Overall a great experience! Thanks for the recommendation!

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Dovetail
103 West 77th Street, New York, NY 10024

Oct 15, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

I spoke to them and they said they can accommodate it. Thanks for the recommendation!

Oct 03, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

Do you know if most of the dishes on the vegetarian menu are prepared with eggs? i know the vegan ones obviously aren't.

Oct 03, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

Thanks for the heads up! Will keep that in mind. Also, do you know if they use eggs to prepare any of the dishes or desserts? Neither of us have eggs. thanks!

Oct 03, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

leaning more towards scarpetta. Thanks!

Oct 03, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

sorry forgot to mention that I was planning on taking her on a friday night.

Oct 03, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan

Vegan/Vegetarian-friendly restaurant

my girlfriend's birthday is coming up. We're both lacto-vegetarians (no meat, fish, poultry or eggs, other dairy products are fine). I wanted to take her for dinner on a friday night to either a restaurant with an amazing view (shes a sucker for skylines) with vegetarian/vegan options, or to a classy, romantic vegan restaurant. Looking to spend anywhere between $30-$90 pp.

We've already been to:
Candle 79, Caravan Of Dreams, Hangawi, Pure Food and Wine, V-Note, Blossom, Wild Ginger, Kajitsu, Dirt Candy, Gobo, Graffiti, Angelica's Kitchen and a few more.

I was looking at The Park, Franchia, ABC Kitchen and Asiate.
Franchia and ABC Kitchen seem to have vegetarian options, but I'm not sure about The Park or Asiate.

Other suggestions and recommendations would be great!

Oct 03, 2011
unequalcoyote63 in Manhattan