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NYC’s 4th Of July Guide

Let’s raise a mimosa to America and celebrate this 4th of July in style, brunching of course.

The Flying Cock

This Murray Hill spot feels part pub, part small town bed & breakfast. Don’t let this fool you though because it does draw a young and vibrant crowd. For this year’s 4th of July celebrations, they’re offering S’mores Pancakes topped with melted chocolate, marshmallows, and crushed graham crackers. YUM! They also have items like a breakfast waffle sandwich, a breakfast burrito, and avocado toast.

The Flying Cock, 497 Third Ave, New York, NY, (212) 689-6900


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The Dutch

This Independence Day they’re also hosting a July 4th cookout with offerings like corndogs, lobster rolls, and oysters as well as brunch items. Think sourdough waffles, shrimp salad, fried chicken, a spinach omelet and honey butter biscuits. Wash it down with a cocktail from their extensive and well thought out the drink menu.

The Dutch, 131 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012, (212) 677-6200

Read our full brunch review, here.

Rooftop Brunch Party

Why not get the best of both worlds with a brunch party…on a roof! The Kimoto Rooftop Bar & Lounge is hosting an awesome event offering an afternoon full of drinking, DJs, prizes & giveaways. Their brunch menu has offerings like bacon avocado toast, chicken n’ waffles, alfredo pasta, and the option of bottomless drinks.

The Kimoto Rooftop Bar & Lounge, 216 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, (718) 858-8940

Purchase tickets, here.


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Enjoy brunch with a Spanish twist this Independence Day. At all Boqueria locations, they will be celebrating the holiday with offerings like Torrija (French Toast), Huevos Benedictinos or a brunch feast for $42 per person with the choice of 4 tapas items. For drinks, you can choose from their sangria, shishito margarita, Bloody Mary and more.

The Williamsburg Hotel

After you’re done brunching up a storm, head to a rooftop pool and fireworks viewing party at The Williamsburg Hotel. With international DJs, an American BBQ buffet and most importantly a stunning view!

The Williamsburg Hotel, 96 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11249, (718) 362-8100

Purchase tickets, here.


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Clinton Hall – Williamsburg location

Don’t want to do the grilling yourself? Then grab a ticket to this rooftop cookout hosted by Clinton Hall. They’re offering a 2-hour open bar of rose and draft beers and 1-hour of food items like burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, house-made BBQ potato chips and watermelon slices as a refreshing touch.

Clinton Hall, 247 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211, (929) 419-6988

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Alex Gillies

NYC Associate Food Editor

A self-proclaimed "Southern Hemisphere Belle" originally from Melbourne, Australia who traded in flip flops for snow boots. She can often be found wandering the streets of New York listening to a podcast or tackling the city one diner, biscuit café, and Bloody Mary at a time.

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