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President’s Day Brunch Guide: NYC

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We’re coming up on a much-needed long weekend, which means an extra day to brunch! It’s only American, after all.

For Valentine’s Day brunches, make sure to check out our guide here. But if you’re off work on Monday, we’ve scoured the city to round out our favorite locales serving brunch on the holiday.

Here are our top picks for your President’s Day brunch.

Burke in the Box Brunch

Brunch & Shopping
Take advantage of a day off work with some retail therapy and girly cocktails. We recently brunched at David Burke at Bloomingdale’s and loved the craft drinks, candied bacon, truffle fries, and Midtown people watching. Brunch begins at 11:30 a.m. this Monday. Read the full review here. 1000 Third Ave., Midtown East

Jacob's Pickles Brunch

Comfort Food Brunch
Jacob’s Pickles is a brunch classic in the Upper West Side and you’re typically met with a wait for the housemade pickles, biscuits, and other Southern-style treats. Pro tip: brunch with five other friends and make a reservation to skip the line. On President’s Day, Jacob’s Pickles is open for brunch from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Read the full review here. 509 Amsterdam Ave., Upper West Side

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Trendy Hotel Brunch
We loved the funky decor at The Breslin inside of the ever-hip Ace Hotel. The lamb burger is a brunch and dinner favorite and a must-try if you come to brunch with an appetite. Read the full review here. 16 West 29th St., Flatiron

An A+ Brunch
Maialino defines what incredible brunch means in New York City and offers the kind of food that you want to share with all of the special people in your life. We’re thrilled they’re open on President’s Day. Read the full review here2 Lexington Avenue, Gramercy

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