Alder bar director Kevin Denton's dinnertime drink menu includes what I contend is a mighty nifty feature: the option to order several of the cocktails as "shorts." You get less than a full drink and pay half of the full price. For instance, you can have yourself a Bloody Mary tasting by ordering a trio of shorts. Our favorite: the Yellow Light, a bright, savory-sweet combination of pineapple, yellow pepper, and jalapeño tequila.
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At Saul's new home at the Brooklyn Museum, they've introduced a brunch and lunch service with a new list of cocktails to match.
The redefined Green Eggs and Ham at Mar'sel at the Terranea Resort is the perfect cure for a high class hangover.
Across the Ohio River from Cincinnati in Covington, Kentucky, Anchor Grill has been serving up crispy goetta and eggs for 67 years.
If you're looking for something a little more creative than a Bellini and scrambled eggs, consider a Mother's Day celebration that forgoes the grape in favor of the grain. Invite Mom over for a beer brunch. Here's what to make and which beers to serve alongside each dish.
When the people behind a bar as serious as Cienfuegos in the East Village decide to serve brunch, they don't half-ass the drinks. No boring mimosas here: the cocktails included with the $13-15 brunch prix fixe are complex and flavorful additions to your meal.
Many people may consider Bloody Marys and mimosas de rigeur for weekend brunches, but the world of breakfast cocktails is much bigger than most may think. As David Wondrich points out, many nineteenth-century cocktails were designed to be consumed well before the sun was over the yardarm, and were utilized to help the drinker brace up during the morning after a long night.