Oh don’t bother with that straw. Just pour it in my mouth. New York is full of brunch-n-booze deals. It makes sense, after all – the only people who really need to get hammered again on a Sunday morning are the ones who are probably still wasted from the weekend.
Before I officially moved to The Big Apple and realized that a) a subway ride costs more than a beer in my home state Ohio b) Houston is pronounced “Howston” and c) New York State Taxes would make that part of my budget pie chart reserved for entertainment an anorexic
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The easiest and most relaxing way to have brunch with eleven to 15 of close friends/random acquaintances is having a potluck brunch. Instead of waiting 45 minutes to be seated, everyone can start shoving their faces as soon as they walk in the door. It’s an incredibly cheap way to
Before moving to New York, I never gave much thought about going to brunch. It was something reserved for holiday buffets and visiting parents. Not the boozy hot mess it is now. Even when I have friends visit from out of town, they give me funny looks when I suggest
We’ve talked before about brunch, but since the weekend is coming up and you’ll (hopefully) be sharing some pre-noon cocktails with that special someone this weekend, I thought I’d focus today on those alcoholic beverages which are deemed acceptable breakfast-fare by the general population. Everyone is familiar with the ubiquitous
Every New Year’s, I make a goal to be less hungover on New Year’s Day than the year before. I’ve succeeded the past few years, and maybe I’ll stop getting hangovers completely by 2025. No matter the day of the year, my favorite brunch place, hungover or not, is Magda’s
Copious amounts of booze? I’m listening. Sexy singles? Yes please. Huevos rancheros? Where do I sign? There are few things in life I’d consider better than brunch (like seeing that your ex has gained fifty pounds or the adorable face kids make when you tell them Santa isn’t real). But
Fact #1: Over 42% of homeless children are under the age of five. Fact #2: Women over 25 earn on average 79.4% of the salary paid to men over 25. Fact #3: Regardless of the proven benefits, nearly 25% of Americans are skipping breakfast. These figures are horrifying. I suggest