5 New York bottomless brunch deals worth skipping breakfast for

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Have a lie-in and head out for a meal to satisfy your cravings and help you celebrate the weekend with these New York bottomless brunches. From Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen to Brooklyn, pay one price, line your stomach and quaff on breakfast bubbles alongside Italian, Mexican, Korean, North African and American soul food.

Le Souk – East Village

This three-level Moroccan-feel restaurant’s menu is from chef Doug Psaltis of Michelin star fame and is packed full of delightful dishes including Chipotle Eggs Benedict with Canadian bacon and tomato fondue. In true American style there’s fried chicken served with buttermilk waffles, whipped cream and berry coulis but you won’t want to miss out on the macaroni cheese dish. Sit outdoors on the sidewalk in the summer with a serving of shakshuka or there’s additional seating inside on two levels during colder months. Head up to the third floor if you’re in the mood for a full-blast party where the DJ blares out tracks and you’ll forget it’s daylight until you step outside.

Hours: 12pm-4pm, Saturdays and Sundays

$35, two entrees + two hours of unlimited Bloody Marys, Bellinis, Margaritas and Mojitos

www.lesoukny.com

Sall Restaurant – Hell’s Kitchen

This Southern-style restaurant gives away eight different flavors of mimosas with the purchase of one entree. Think shrimp and grits and omelettes packed with pork from executive chef Johnathan Silva. Fun mimosa flavors to enjoy in this light and airy white  and blue setting include Island Blast and Cran Cran Berry Spice.

Hours: 11am-4pm, Fridays-Sundays

$35, one entree + 90 minutes unlimited mimosas

sallrestaurantny.com

Scottadito Osteria Toscana – Park Slope

Despite being a large venue with front and back dining rooms, this Brooklyn spot manages to maintain a cosy feel with a snug setting by the fireplace and attentive staff. Choose from a selection of salads, pastas, savoury egg dishes and sweet breakfast items. Plus there’s the choice of adding sides such as potato hash, grilled chicken, or hangar steak for $5, $6 and $7 respectively. Upgrade your experience by buying various cocktails for a bargain $5 each.

Hours: 11am-3.30pm, Saturdays and Sundays

$24.95, one entree + 90 minutes unlimited champagne or mimosas
www.scottadito.com

The Bari – NoHo

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This Korean-American restaurant with of Japanese influences in the area north of Manhattan’s Houston Street really does combine the cuisines. Brunch dishes to choose from include a fancy toast dish with foie gras and bulgogi, shiitake bibimbap, and a crispy chicken burger on a brioche bun with fries. It’s laid out with cosy booths along the side, and globe installations with sophisticated paintings to bring this otherwise clean-cut venue with marble surfaces up a notch. Best of all the wait staff will make sure your glass is never empty.

Hours: 11.30am-4pm, Saturdays and Sundays

$38, entree + Two hours of mimosas, wines or beers

www.thebarinyc.vom

Pinks – East Village

This intimate venue is famed for its live rock, punk and soul-punk music by night but it’s a chilled-out spot during the day on weekends. Grab a Mexican-style dish such as Huevos Rancheros with a choice of pork, chicken or beef, nachos including scrambled eggs and chipotle aoili, plus a burrito packed with hash browns and pico de gallo.

Hours: 12pm-4pm, Saturdays and Sundays

$32, entree + two hours unlimited Bloody Marys, mimosas, beers or coffees

www.pinks.nyc

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