Nothing says, “I live in one of the hippest cities in the country,” like overpriced eggs, undercooked burgers and bottomless mimosas at 11am on a Sunday.
I like to celebrate my birthday with brunch. It’s got all the components of a good day: booze, food and friends. This year my birthday fell on a Sunday, historically an epic brunch day. I was excited. I became even more excited when I learned that Thee Parkside was
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The lynchpin of brunch is, of course, the mimosa. Without it, or it’s more potent sister, the Bloody Mary, the majority of brunches in this town would just be so-so, over-priced hybrid meals. Once you start with the kiddies, however, brunch tends to be one of those activities that was
This weekend I have a few friends visiting from San Diego. I woke up this morning to people passed out all over my apartment, and the fog outside made us want to pretty much kill ourselves. We decided to cure our hangovers with some daytime drinking. Bloody Mary’s were out
What’s better than a mimosa brunch? A FREE mimosa brunch, of course! Tomorrow, Annabella’s boutique in North Beach is hosting a shopping/brunching/drinking event at 1pm with FREE brunch snacks, mimosas, and hot, affordable women’s clothes. You could obviously just drop in for the FREE grub, but postcards trumpeting the event
The other weekend I attended the most drunken brunch I’ve possibly ever been to– or if not the drunkest, the most booze consumed at one brunch. There is one place responsible for this. Namely, Le Comptoir in Williamsburg, which is luckily within stumbling distance from pretty much anywhere in that
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
I’m not a fan of camping or dorms. I’m pretty sure camping is why houses were invented. And the only purpose of dorms is to make you so miserable freshman year that you’re forced to go out and make friends. Hostels are a combination of dorms and camping, but somehow