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SoCo's signature dish, red velvet waffle with buttermilk-fried chicken.
SoCo's signature dish, red velvet waffle with buttermilk-fried chicken.

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Best brunches in Brooklyn

If New York City is the brunch capital of the world, then Brooklyn is without question the home of the bottomless brunch. Unlike its European equivalents, “bottomless” doesn’t refer to all-you-can-eat food, but, rather, limitless drinking. This has led to the coining of a new term – “drunch” (or drunken brunch).

Karin Agstam, originally from the small town of Stöde in the north of Sweden, is a co-owner of Station, one of Brooklyn’s most popular brunch spots. The restaurant, named after the Station House (Stationshuset) in Stöde – the first restaurant Karin ever went to with her grandfather – is situated next to the subway in über-hip Williamsburg. The combination of an unbeatable location, excellent food, sunny terrace and unlimited booze, has made Station one of the trendiest scenes in the neighborhood.

Station is one of only a few restaurants that serve brunch every day of the week, not just on Saturday and Sunday. And according to Karin, it’s no coincidence that brunch is so hot in Brooklyn.

“Brooklyn has always been home to bohemian, creative people; people who don’t have 9 to 5 jobs, who stay up late, get up late and can go out for a boozy lunch any day of the week. We cater to them, as well as visitors from New York City and all over the world,” she says.

This is Scandinavian Traveler’s guide to the best bottomless brunches in Brooklyn:

Verde on Smith

Outstanding quality Italian food, a sunny backyard garden and friendly service – what more could you ask for? Don’t miss the steak and eggs, the Niçoise salad with seared tuna and a variety of bellinis, with fruit flavors including mango, peach and raspberry. The deal: Entrees range from $10 to $18, while the two-hour unlimited drink deal costs $17.95.

Verde on Smith

216 Smith St, Cobble Hill, New York

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Scottadito Osteria Toscana

This charming restaurant serves great food at an unbeatable price in Brooklyn’s delightful Park Slope. The menu includes a huge selection of egg dishes, including Scandinavian Traveler’s favorite – the baked eggs with pomodoro sauce and focaccia – while the servers never let your glass sit empty. The deal: $19.95 for bottomless sparkling wine and mimosas, including an entrée.

Scottadito Osteria Toscana

788A Union St, Park Slope, New York

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SoCo

If you’re looking for an exciting blend of flavors from the Caribbean and the Deep South, look no further than this cool joint in Brooklyn’s up-and-coming Clinton Hill neighborhood. Make sure you order the mac & cheese and SoCo’s signature dish of red velvet waffle with buttermilk-fried chicken. The deal: $14 unlimited mimosa special on Saturdays only. Entrees cost $12-$20.

SoCo

509 Myrtle Avenue, Clinton Hill, New York

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Sotto Voce

Whether dining al fresco on the terrace or in the cozy interior, it’s easy to see why Sotto Voce has been Park Slope’s favorite authentic Italian restaurant since it opened in 1998. Highlights include the mouthwatering salmon pasta and the best Bloody Marys in town! The deal: Bottomless drinks and an entree for $18.95. No time constraint and there’s unlimited homemade pound cake throughout the meal.

Sotto Voce

225 7th Ave, Park Slope, New York

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Station

Delicious burgers, fresh salads and the best French toast in Brooklyn are the highlights of Station’s comprehensive brunch menu. All prepared under the watchful eye French chef, Pierre Rougey. The deal: $40 for bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Sangria plus any brunch item.

Station

166 N 7th Street, Williamsburg, New York

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Last edited: August 1, 2017

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