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When the Bitches think romance, we don’t immediately gravitate towards candle-lit dinners or expensive glasses of wine. Yes, we love those things, but our ideal romance comes in the form of brunch!
The New York City Bitches are always on the go, and it can be challenging to schedule a coffee date, let alone a brunch date. We were thrilled to learn about Three Day Rule, a personal matchmaking service, to help us sort through the sea of eligible bachelors here in the Big Apple.
In case you, too, are a fan of daytime dating, let our guide to romantic brunches lead you to the perfect afternoon, and maybe even happily ever after.
Table for Two
Cozy and romantic, this spot is sure to please you and your beau. Located in the beautiful West Village, and staffed with nothing but friendly faces, The Little Owl is the perfect place for a romantic brunch outing. Plus, the food is amazing! Read the review here. The Little Owl, 90 Bedford Street, (West Village). (212) 741-4695.
Café Orlin is both affordable and accommodating. It makes the perfect first-date destination offering good food and fun atmosphere. Mimosas are made with fresh squeezed orange juice and its location lends to continuing your date (should it go well) in New York’s busy East Village. Read the review here. Café Orlin, 41 St. Marks Place, (East Village). (212) 777-1447.
Bring on the Bottomless
For only $35 a person, indulge on pitchers of Bloody Marys, Mimosas or “Brunch Punch,” a Randolph creation that mixes vodka, strawberry lemonade, and cucumber for a deliciously refreshing drink. The food is tasty and the atmosphere is fun. Read the review here. Randolph Beer, 342 Broome Street, (Little Italy). (646) 383-3623.
(Photo courtesy of Stephanie P.)
Looking for a little more out of your date? Then head over to Williamsburg for a good time. Brunch and bocce ball, what more could you ask for? The backyard at Crown Victoria is lively and fun; the perfect place for an active date. Crown Victoria, 60 S. 2nd Street, (Brooklyn). (917) 719-6072.
Soak up the Sun
There’s nothing better than sitting outside with your crush, dining on delicious bites and chatting about how absolutely beautiful the weather is. If you’re looking for some sidewalk seating to share, then Gemma’s banana bread and baked eggs are calling your names. Read the review here. Gemma, The Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery, (East Village). (212) 505-7300.