Miss Lilly’s is a delicious Caribbean restaurant in SoHo serving up some of the best and most authentic Caribbean food you will find in Manhattan. The place is rather small, so reservations are a must, especially if you’re trying to enjoy your boozy brunch! Honestly, everything on the menu is Read more [...]
Amarachi looks to unite a culturally rich community with tasty, savory, foods and spices that add more flair to the dining experience. The Menu is comprised of some of the more popular dishes from Nigeria, The Caribbean and Brooklyn, coming together all under one roof.
Restaurateur Michael Chernow, known for The Meatball Shop, offers quality, well-sourced ingredients paired with a relaxed, fun and airy atmosphere at this Nolita hotspot. Overall, Seamore’s is a great restaurant for those looking for something a little different. While the menu includes four varieties of tacos, the Crispy Fish Tacos Read more [...]
Great American, Soul Food Restaurant to grab Brunch in Harlem! Must Try: Red Velvet Pancakes Overall Grade: A- Read our brunch review here.
Hip, Caribbean & Latin American Influenced Brunch Spot in Harlem. Read our review here Must Try: Shrimp and Grits Overall Grade: A-
Cute, hipster brunch spot in Williamsburg by Atera alum Jaime Young. Must try: Malted Pancakes Overall Grade: A Read our review here
LA sushi chef Kazunori Nozawa offers high-quality fish, including both à la carte and omakase options.
Former Chef of El Rey, Gerardo Gonzalez spearheads a casual, Cali-Mex-inspired food in Chinatown that offers various vegetarian/vegan options. The menu also caters to variously sized appetites with dishes that range from a nearly four-ounce strip “baby steak” to corn-nut-strewn carnitas. Cuisine: Mexican Must try: the Carnitas, which is Read more [...]