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20+ Delicious Park Slope Brunch Spots to Check Out

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Looking to enjoy one of the most popular weekend activities in the city? We’ve put together the best Park Slope brunch spots so you enjoy this weekend tradition of New Yorkers who let loose at a boozy brunch with bottomless drinks or just delicious breakfast/lunch specials on the weekends at some of our favorite neighborhood eateries!

The best thing about Park Slope brunch options is that there’s plenty to choose from for such a small neighborhood. You have classic American brunch in Park Slope, french brunch in Park Slope, Italian brunch in Park Slope, tons of Mexican Park Slope brunch options, as well as Latin brunch in Park Slope plus a bonus unique brunch spot in Park Slope!

Best Brunch in Park Slope

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Fonda

 

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One of the most popular places for best brunch in Park Slope is Fonda. This popular Mexican restaurant has become so well known that it now has spread to the East Village and Chelsea, but this is the OG location.

Brunch is on the weekends from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, and for $30 you get one hour of bottomless brunch including their savory or sweet dishes like Chilaquiles, omelets, burritos, carnitas, and banana custard to name a few.

But the fun doesn’t stop with food, you can also get one of their signature drinks including margaritas, frozen hibiscus Rosalita, mimosas, bloody mary cocktails, and beer!

Located just steps away from Prospect Park, this bottomless Park Slope brunch spot is a hit.

Couleur Cafe

 

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A more casual Park Slope brunch spot is the cozy little cafe, Couleur Cafe. Besides being a great place to grab a coffee every day of the week, this is a great option for weekend brunch too!

Couleur Cafe has a romantic feel to it and serves up amazing dishes from its French-inspired menu. The ambiance, presentation, and vibe in here is perfection.

This smaller, low key brunch in Park Slope serves up different breakfast dishes including healthy options paired with fun cocktails like bloody marys and mimosas.

Couleur Cafe’s brunch menu offers everything from classics like oatmeal and seasonal fruits to crepes, quiches, salads, and egg dishes along with cocktails, an impressive wine selection, and beer list.

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Brunswick

 

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This cozy Park Slope brunch has an inviting and cool atmosphere with brick walls and cool decor. This is not a boozy brunch in Park Slope though, this is more of a traditional cafe that serves up tasty food and great coffee drinks as well as a selection of loose leaf teas.

Their menu features traditional egg dishes, different toasts, yogurt, waffles, salads, and sandwiches.

Be aware that their kitchen closes daily at 3:30 pm.

Miriam

 

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A favorite brunch in Park Slope is the Mediterranean and Israeli restaurant Miriam. What’s even better, is that they don’t offer brunch only on the weekends, they serve brunch daily!

You can find their brunch menu from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on weekdays and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on the weekends.

Miriam’s brunch menu offers everything from traditional egg dishes to some of our favorite cuisine you can get in Israel like shakshuka. There are also other dishes like salads, sandwiches, and fried halloumi, YUM!

Even some of the ingredients they use are sourced directly from Israel. For those of you unfamiliar with Israeli cuisine, it’s a beautiful blend of Mediterranian, Northern Africa, and Middle Eastern cuisine, so many mouthwatering flavors and one of our favorite places in the world to eat.

Except, thanks to Miriam, you don’t need to travel far to try these flavors as they are in your friendly neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn!

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Calexico

 

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Another pick for best brunch Park Slope spots is Calexico on 5th Avenue. This Cali-Mexi inspired restaurant serves up brunch every Saturday and Sunday until 3:30 pm.

They serve up incredible savory brunch dishes like huevos rancheros, breakfast burritos, breakfast nachos, tacos, and quesadillas, as well as a selection of coffee drinks.

The fun doesn’t stop there at this Park Slope brunch spot! Calexico offers a special two for one brunch cocktail menu on Saturdays and Sundays until 3:30 pm as well including champagne sunsets, bloody marys, bloody marias (with jalapeno-infused tequila), and mimosas.

South Slope Eatery

South Slope Eatery is another great option for Park Slope brunch. While there’s no specific or set brunch menu, South Slope Eatery offers an all day breakfast menu and a delicious lunch menu.

Before 11:00 am, all breakfast dishes come with complimentary coffee. Their breakfast options include traditional egg dishes with a selection of omelets and specialty breakfast dishes like huevos rancheros, eggs benedict, and avocado toast.

If you’re more of a sweet person in the am there’s also a selection of pancake dishes, yogurt parfaits, and a smoothie menu.

The lunch and dinner menu includes salads, wraps, sandwiches, burgers, bowls, and entrees!

Camperdown Elm

One of the coolest places to grab a bite by Prospect Park and a top pick for best brunch in Park Slope is Camperdown Elm.

Their eclectic brunch menu serves offerings like small plates ranging from oysters, fried chicken, and veggie dishes to their mains from egg dishes with a twist or burgers.

Camperdown Elm also has a full bar with specialty cocktails and a nice wine selection. Just note that Camperdown Elm does close between services, this is a popular location so we advise making a reservation online to secure a table.

Alchemy Restaurant & Tavern

Another best brunch in Park Slope on the lively 5th Avenue is the friendly neighborhood pub, Alchemy Restaurant & Tavern. Their brunch menu serves up a variety of breakfast dishes and some fun takes on traditional breakfast dishes we all know and love like sweet Guinness pancakes.

There are also egg dishes and burgers along with sides from fried bangers with maple syrup to jalapeno grits!

Being a tavern, they also have a full bar with a wine selection, craft beer, and cocktail selection.

Just note that Alchemy Restaurant & Tavern doesn’t open until 10 am on the weekends.

al di la Trattoria

 

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One of the most popular restaurants in the neighborhood and best brunch in Park Slope is al di la Trattoria. This Northern Italian eatery will require a reservation if you don’t want to wait in a long line as its incredibly popular.

Serving their brunch menu on the weekends from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm you can find great dishes like frittata of the day, french toast, traditional American breakfast, and other Italian inspired egg dishes.

For those who want more of the lunch in brunch there are also paninis, salads, and pasta dishes on the brunch menu!

See what makes this one of the neighborhoods most sought after eatery by enjoying a Park Slope brunch here.

Bagel Pub

Probably our favorite bagel spot in the neighborhood and a really awesome low key brunch in Park Slope option is Bagel Pub. Located on 9th Street you can find some of the best of New York bagels here in a variety of flavors accompanied by their array of cream cheese flavors ranging from sweet to savory and even spicy!

We love their classic bagels with cream cheese combo, but you can also opt for bagel sandwiches, bagels with Nova Scotia lox, salads, french toast, toasts, and more.

Better yet, they have an amazing coffee bar here with ahhhmazing nitro cold brew on draft.

This is not a boozy Park Slope brunch spot, but a great spot for a quick brunch. There’s some seating inside and in the warmer months you can take advantage of their outdoor patio.

Chela

Another fun Mexican spot for brunch in Park Slope is Chela on 5th Avenue. With a menu offering a fiesta of flavors with their blend of breakfast egg dishes with Mexican dishes like egg and chorizo enchiladas to egg quesadillas.

There are also other great Mexican dishes on the brunch menu like Torta de Cochinita, amazing slow-cooked pork, and fresh-made guacamole.

Their menu is impressive but what’s even more exciting and a steal of a deal are their brunch cocktail specials.

For $20 you can get unlimited mimosas for 2 hours or for $25 you can get Bloody Marias unlimited for 2 hours. There are also some other brunch cocktail and drink specials, like their award-winning Micheladas with Valentina hot sauce.

This Park Slope brunch spot offers this menu on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Olivier Bistro

A charming spot for brunch in Park Slope is the French eatery Olivier Bistro on 4th Avenue. Offering their brunch menu from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on the weekends, you can find both sweet or savory items like steak and eggs to french toast.

Other items include French classics like Croque Monsieur and quiches with chèvre goat cheese to American hamburgers.

They also have a variety of fresh juices from flavors like carrot, parsley, apple, celery, and more.

They do have a full bar here with cocktails, but no particular brunch cocktail specials.

Note: Olivier Bistro only accepts AMEX credit cards or cash, there is an ATM inside the restaurant.

Stone Park Cafe

 

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Another staple and best brunch in Park Slope is Stone Park Cafe on 5th Avenue. Starting at 11:00 am on the weekends you can a selection of brunch dishes ranging from eggs any style, breakfast quesadillas, steak and eggs, omelets, to biscuits and gravy.

They also serve more lunch that makes brunch dishes like BLT’s, Po’Boys, to salads.

Drinks range from coffees, teas, and juices to boozy drinks from red, white, sparkling, and rose wines. There are also brunch cocktails and beers on draft.

Dizzy’s

 

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There’s nothing like a classic New York City diner experience, this next best brunch in Park Slope is Dizzy’s Diner, what they call a finer diner experience. This is a smaller, more intimate place so we recommend being prepared that there could be a wait.

Brunch on the weekends starts at 9:00 am and ends at 5:00 pm. You can’t beat their brunch drink special either which is just $20 for all you can drink with a brunch entree!

Their brunch menu offers great dishes like chicken and waffles, chilaquiles rancheros, shrimp and grits, benedict, hash, burgers, salads, and more with build your own options.

There’s even a kids brunch menu, so this is a family-friendly brunch in Park Slope!

Note: This Park Slope brunch spot is cash only!

Sotto Voce

A highly rated best brunch in Park Slope spot is Sotto Voce on 7th Avenue. This tasty Italian restaurant offers bottomless brunch in Park Slope, meaning you can have all you can drink for a boozy Saturday or Sunday Funday.

You can find Italian dishes on their brunch menu like Caserta, uova cucinati in camicia, or saporito as well as a whole menu of offerings.

The brunch items come with unlimited cocktails, choose between mimosas, champagne, or Bloody Marys.

In the warmer months, you can also enjoy the patio seating while you brunch outside.

Scottadito Osteria Toscana

 

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Another incredible Italian restaurant and best brunch in Park Slope is at Scottadito Osteria Toscana. Offering brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 am to 3:30 pm for $25.95 with unlimited mimosas or champagne with your entree for 90 minutes!

Try one of their classic egg dishes or Italian inspired egg dishes like uova affagate, a baked egg dish with tomato sauce and focaccia bread. You can also find other brunch dishes like pasta, salad, and sweet dishes like french toast!

Want something other than champagne or a mimosa? The brunch cocktails or only $5.

This brunch in Park Slope has rave reviews, so if you’re looking for a great boozy brunch option with excellent Italian dishes this is a must!

The V Spot

One of our more unique Park Slope brunch spots is The V Spot on 5th Avenue, a Latin vegan and kosher restaurant. Serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm, you can find flavorful vegan and kosher brunch options!

Their brunch menu includes dishes like tofu breakfast tacos, vegan pancakes, tempeh bacon, chilaquiles and more!

So if you have a friend, family member, or you’re vegan or kosher this is the perfect brunch in Park Slope for you!

Montauk Club

One of the coolest venues and best brunch in Park Slope is at the historic Montauk Club. This former elite men’s social club dates back to 1889, while today it isn’t nearly as sexist or pretentious, it’s a cool place to visit or even host your own event.

On Sundays from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm, you can enjoy brunch at this historic venue. Each brunch entree comes with a mimosa or Bloody Mary. If you want another, you can get one for an affordable $5 extra per drink or just $12 for unlimited!

Menu items include dishes like omelets, huevos rancheros, sandwiches, burgers, and more.

PS -If you’re a fan of the HBO series Boardwalk Empire, they filmed scenes of the series right here in Brooklyn’s Montauk Club, we also recommend this as one of our top 100 things to do in Brooklyn.

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Palo Santo

 

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Another amazing option in Park Slope for brunch is Palo Santo, a Pan-Latin restaurant on Union Street. Brunch starts at 10:00 and closes at 3:00 pm on the weekends for a few hours before dinner service.

You can find a brunch prix fixe deal for $21 including a main dish and a non-alcoholic drink like coffee, tea, or juice. Add bottomless mimosas or sangrias for just $11.

They offer Pan-Latin flavors to all their dishes like the french toast served with pineapple, coconut, and whipped cream or bean and cheese pupusas with guacamole and hot slaw.

We really love how different the items on their menu are compared to other Park Slope brunch spots like other dishes including platano relleno with braised beef, skirt steak and eggs with chimichurri, huevos bañados which is traditional benedict with Latin flavors, or their squash quesadilla.

Le P’tit Paris Bistro

This adorable French bistro is another fantastic spot and option for best brunch in Park Slope. Located on Prospect Park West, you can find brunch for as low as $11.99 or $19.99 with unlimited drinks for 90 minutes!

You can find French dishes included in your brunch deal like brie chaud, crepes, and croque monsieur as well as some great egg dishes including omelets and benedict to name a few. If you’re more of a sweet bruncher there are options like french toast, and as already mentioned crepes.

You can find other options like oysters, burgers, salads, and more available ala carte outside of the brunch special.

Giovanni’s Brooklyn Eats

Another great brunch in Park Slope is at Giovanni’s Brooklyn Eats on 8th Avenue. This brunch spot in Park Slope is famous for its bottomless brunch special including two courses with an option to add on unlimited mimosas and bloody marys, yes please!

Available on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, for $18.95 you get two courses and for $22.95 you get two courses plus unlimited mimosas and bloody marys for 90 minutes.

Antipasta, or your first course, includes options like salads, yogurt parfaits, soup, prosciutto and melon, or cheese.

Secondi, or your second course includes options like oven baked eggs with polenta and ricotta cheese, various benedict dishes with options like salmon or ricotta and spinach, and pasta dishes to name a few.

There are also gluten-free options available!

Miti Miti

 

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Another awesome Mexican brunch in Park Slope is located on 5th Avenue at Miti Miti. Their boozy brunch specials start at 10:00 am and end at 4:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Their brunch menu is HUGE ranging from sweet to savory dishes including wacky combos like Fruity Pebbles pancakes, which sounds amazing, chicken and waffles, Mexican egg dishes like huevos rancheros, wings, tons of taco choices, to appetizers like nachos.

For $25, you can upgrade your brunch to be boozy with 90 minutes of unlimited beer, mimosas, or bloody marys. For $30 you can have an even more elevated boozy brunch selection including sangria, frozen sangrias, frozen margaritas, plus the options on the other choice, mimosas, bloody marys, and beer.

These upgrades are available with a purchase of one entree.

Note: If you order boozy brunch upgrades a 20% tip will automatically be added to your bill.

BONUS Brunch Spot!

Nitehawk Cinema

Surprise! This brunch in Park Slope is not your traditional brunch choice! We love Nitehawk Cinema, a boutique movie theater with full bar and menu service as you watch your film and its one of our picks for best things to do in Park Slope!

Nitehawk Cinema is located by Prospect Park and always has fun events going on including Sunday brunch!

At 11:00 am every weekend there’s a special screening each week of a classic film that can be accompanied by Nitehawk Cinema’s brunch menu selections from breakfast burritos, frittatas, and cinnamon buns you can pair with those favorite boozy brunch drinks like bloody marys, Irish coffee made with cold brew, micheladas, and mimosas.

How awesome is that?!


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