Brunch just tastes better when you don’t have to make it yourself. Many restaurants are whipping up some top-notch breakfast food as weekend brunch becomes an increasingly popular dining experience. There are many great brunch spots to satisfy your morning cravings in Long Island. Never worry about mastering the flapjack flip again! To make your life even easier, reserve our limo service in Long Island for a brunch date. Our professional chauffeurs make sure you get to your restaurant quickly and safely.
Here are the 5 best places to grab brunch in Long Island.
Off the Block Kitchen & Meats
Off the Block is an old butcher shop that has been converted into an upscale restaurant. They use locally-sourced meats and free range eggs. Not your typical brunch plates, Off the Block does unique twists on breakfast food. You can enjoy a delicious omelet here, or go for the lamp chops with Tuscan bread pudding for breakfast. Their brunch is on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Maureen’s is the place to go for comfort food. They have the best sweet brunch options. Try out their Stuffed Cannoli French Toast: it’s worth the wait. They also do all of the regular brunch egg entrees–including omelets. The atmosphere is casual and cute. You will find that everything here is decorated with cows! They’re open from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for brunch on the weekend. Cash only.
The Cook Room
The Cook Room is an old school luncheonette-style diner. It has a small town feeling with a friendly staff. The owner cooks all the food and likes to get to know the customers. Go here for really large portions. They do everything well: pancakes, biscuits, eggs benedict, and more. Even their oatmeal is homemade and delicious. They’re open from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for weekend brunch.
The Toast Coffeehouse has a lot of quirky charm and some awesome steampunk sculptures. There is usually a long wait, but it’s totally worth it! They do a lot of comfort food, but also truly unique entrees that you can’t get anywhere else. Try out their Cinnamon Bun Pancakes if you’ve got a hankering for something sweet. They’re open for brunch from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Go to Local’s Cafe if you want a healthier–but still amazing–brunch. They have a vegan and gluten-free friendly brunch menu. Be sure to try out their egg white frittata and avocado toast. It is a coffee shop, so expect small cafe-style seating. Also, don’t do brunch here without trying their espresso drinks. The matcha latte is a must-have. They open at 9 a.m. for brunch.
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