Spending a weekend in Park Slope? Well you’re in good hands when it comes to food. With so many various cuisines, there are endless options. Here are our 6 favorite brunch spots for you and your entourage.


Palo Santo1

Let’s start with Palo Santo and their Brunch Prix Fixe ($21). You can choose one out of the six current available seasonal dishes from the menu as well as two drinks (such as mimosas and sangrias) to match your meal. As a treat from the restaurant, each additional mimosa or sangria is just $1 after you ordered the Prix Fixe.


Stone Park Café2

If you enjoy fresh and seasonal ingredients in a laid back ambience, then Stone Park Café is perfection. Providing outdoor seating in the warmer months, this cafe has the perfect spot to people watch. Beware: the restaurant is always crowded on the weekends so please plan accordingly. However, the food is worth the wait. Our personal favorites include the short rib hash and the pan seared bluefish cakes.


al di là TrattoriaA photo by Gabriel Gurrola. unsplash.com/photos/UrXH-rUUDu4

Even though al di là Trattoria is known for its dinner menu, their diverse brunch is revolutionary. Their pork belly hash with Brussels sprouts, pickled red onions, and two poached eggs will satiate anybody’s hunger. For a pasta recommendation,  the spaghetti chitarra alla carbonara with guanciale, black pepper, pecorino will be the best pasta dish you will ever have.


Bricolage4

For a different brunch experience, come visit Bricolage and try their Fresh Summer Rolls ($8) with peanut sauce or Pho Ga ($12) with bo bo chicken. Also serving contemporary breakfast dishes with a variety of options of crispy crepes, fluffy waffles, and tasty french toast, Bricolage truly has it all.


Miriam5

Consistently being dubbed as one of the best Israeli brunches in New York, Miriam serves its brunch menu every day from 10am – 4pm. The shakshuka, with two poached eggs and a side of hummus & pita, is comfort food at its best. Another specialty that’s worth trying is the Mediterranean crispy dough ($9), which will excite your taste buds.


Dizzy’sA photo by Gabriel Gurrola. unsplash.com/photos/YpngzEY9ijY

Dizzy’s on Fifth serves all day breakfast. They have the best corned beef hash in NYC, which is served with two poached eggs and a slice of toast. Another amazing option is the eggs ben a dizz, where you can choose your eggs benedict to come with one of seven other different styles.


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