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City Bites: Sunday in Brooklyn

March 23, 2017

I’m all for trying new food. That’s one of the first things I do when visiting a city because it’s exciting to see new places while eating something delicious. I thought of an idea to share these experiences on the blog in a new series called “City Bites.” I will be covering a restaurant I visited and it will include photos, maybe an occasional vlog, and my personal thoughts on the place. For my first place, it seemed almost appropriate to pick brunch because life without brunch is a life I don’t want.

Sunday in Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NY)

I visited Sunday in Brooklyn, which is located in Williamsburg. If you haven’t heard of the area, it’s a very nice, hipster-ish place near the East River. You can definitely walk around for a few hours after eating a filling brunch to see all the interesting stores in the neighborhood.

Actually, it was my first time in Brooklyn since moving to New York too. I was meeting up with a friend of my sister’s, and she picked out the place. At 10 a.m., the restaurant just opened so we had no problem getting a table. The restaurant already sticks out on the block with its simple while-lit sign and the vibrant wooden doors. Inside, you see a great combination of brick and wood, and it makes you want to hang out there all day. Also, whoever thought of adding those slick marble tables knew it had great potential for Insta-worthy shots.

Let’s break it down with the most important moment now—eating food. I ordered a matcha latte, which is basically this really popular green tea at the moment. Matcha can really be a hit or miss since it can be a very strong tea. But oh man, Sunday in Brooklyn knew how to make the perfect mix of sweet and bitterness for the trendy drink.

I ended up getting an egg and sausage sandwich, and yes, it sounds boring, but it was the most amazing breakfast sandwich I ever had. Basically, the sandwich was served on a brioche bun. Then, they added the eggs, sausage, fried onion strings, and so much more great ingredients. I still need to go back again just for that sandwich plus two more cups of the matcha latte.

Williamsburg knows how to do brunch right. 👌🏻

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If you’re planning to explore Williamsburg, make a stop at Sunday in Brooklyn. The brunch was beyond worth it, and I bet the rest of their menu offers delightful dishes as well because you can enjoy any meal when surrounded by the calming and stunning ambiance.

Sunday in Brooklyn, 348 Wythe Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211;

What restaurant should I try next? Leave your suggestions in the comments below.  

Author: Katina Beniaris

Born in Chicago, Katina has always been drawn to cities. She spent her college years in the heart of Chicago studying journalism and she travels to various cities every year for new experiences. When she’s not blogging, you can find her catching up on the latest pop culture sensation on Netflix.

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