Brunch In The City
Art, culture, architecture – 363 Bond Street is the epitome of avant-garde living. The Gowanus community itself is such an inspiring place to call home, that you can’t help but want to experience similarly inspiring dining options. Whether you enjoy a solo trip for something quick and tasty, were out late the night before, or have guests coming for the weekend, you’ll definitely want to check out the top Brooklyn brunch spots nearby.
A little less than 2 miles away is Olmstead, located right in the heart of Prospect Heights. Seasonal ingredients drive this luxurious menu. Brunch is served Friday through Sunday, and you are promised fresh, flavorful dishes and an ambient atmosphere that seats about 50 people. The owners built the place themselves, including the living wall and lush garden. That lush garden, incidentally, is where a lot of the produce is grown. It doesn’t get much fresher than that.
For those looking for a familiar, yet more ethnic flavor, Miss Ada is the perfect brunch venue. Brooklyn’s colorful Fort Green district is where this inviting restaurant calls home. The brunch menu is pretty extensive, and the Israeli-born chef/owner prides himself on how beautifully the local and seasonal ingredients put an exciting spin on some of your favorite Mediterranean foods. In spring and summer, you’ll even get to enjoy fresh herbs and vegetables from the backyard garden that give your main course and cocktail even more depth. The name, Miss Ada, comes from the Hebrew word, “Misada,” which means restaurant. The word’s root, “Seuda” signifies the idea of family and friends gathering at the family table. At only about 2 miles from 363 Bond Street, Miss Ada is a must-visit top Brooklyn brunch spot.
If you want to check out the place New York magazine calls the best neighborhood hangout in historic Boerum Hill, you’ll want to travel a mere 1.4 miles to Building on Bond for a tasty Saturday or Sunday Brunch. Here, you can go fresh and traditional like pancakes or yogurt parfaits, to steak and eggs, and even to raw oysters and clams. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick cup of coffee, a sweet snack, a savory scramble, or heartier brunch fare, Building on Bond serves up some delicious twists on some old classics.
Less than a mile from 363 Bond Street, sits Buttermilk Channel, in one of Brooklyn’s oldest Italian enclaves, Carroll Gardens. This neighborhood has a casual, friendly vibe and offers an old-school Brooklyn feel. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, so grab a Bloody Mary or a steaming cup of local fair-trade coffee, and settle in for an extensive and diverse selection of items to please your palette.
If your mouth is watering over the thought of these top Brooklyn brunch spots, you’ve got great taste. If you’ve got great taste, give us a call for a tour of one of our 363 Bond Street apartments!