Cheap Date: $20 And Under All-Inclusive Boozy Brunch

You read the title right, folks.  It’s not an entree that costs $25, plus an additional $15 for unlimited drinks (which is what the trend seems to be at a lot of places around the city.)  Every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 4:30pm at Bone Lick Park, you get your good ol’ southern meal plus unlimited mimosas/bloody mary’s/frozen margaritas for one flat fee of $17.95.

 

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Now, I’ll be honest: it’s not the best comfort food you’ll find in the city (that award goes to Freeman’s, who unfortunately doesn’t fall into the “under $20″ category), but it’s certainly not bad, either.  And once you’ve had a few mimosas in the mix, mac-and-cheese tends to all taste the same anyway, am I right?  You’ll also get a basket of complimentary home baked muffins and seasonal jam, so you certainly won’t leave hungry.  The unlimited drinks last an hour, and the waiters are good about keeping glasses full.

I’m a fan of the buttermilk and ricotta pancakes with chocolate chips thrown into the mix…the vegetarian plate is yummy, too.  If you’re a meat eater, you can’t go wrong with the southern fried chicken and cheddar grits.

 

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The best part (besides the drinks, of course): the restaurant is situated in the West Village, so after your meal, take a handholding stroll through the side streets and explore the neighborhood.  It may just become your new weekend tradition.

 

WHEREBone Lick Park
75 Greenwich Ave
New York, New York
212.647.9600
 

Honorable Mentions In The Under $20 Boozy Brunch Category

 
Calle Ocho (UWS)
45 West 81st Street
New York, New York
212.873.5025
Latin fusion entrees are around $15 and include unlimited sangria.
 
Piper’s Kilt (Inwood)
4946 Broadway
New York, New York
212.569.7071
Irish fare entrees are $16.95 and include bottomless domestic beer on tap, mimosas, and Bloody Mary’s.
 
The Sunburnt Cow (East Village)
137 Avenue C
New York, New York
212.529.0005
Entrees are $20 and include bottomless mimosas, screwdrivers, Foster’s beer, Bloody Mary’s, or Grey Hounds.
 
Crema (Chelsea)
111 West 17th Street
New York, New York  10011
Mexican entrees are $19.95 and include bottomless mimosas.
 

For lots more ideas on restaurants that will match up exactly with what you’re looking for, from cuisine to neighborhood to budget, visit NewYork.com, your one stop source for everything New York.

What are your favorite spots for cheap boozy brunch?  Share below!

 

By: Jessica Tiare Bowen

 
 
 
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8 Responses to “Cheap Date: $20 And Under All-Inclusive Boozy Brunch”
  1. Tica says:

    I def need to go to these places! I love brunches.. now i just need to get a date to go with :) or i’ll just bring a friend. Great info!

    • Used York City says:

      Thanks Tica! Absolutely, it’s a fabulously fun place to go for a girl’s brunch…plus tons of cute shopping in the West Village for afterwards!;-)

  2. Rebecca says:

    This place sounds great, most places I’ve come across with brunches that inexpensive were in the less-desirable areas of town. Unlimited food and drink always makes a weekend that much better.
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  3. That does actually look rather good! In the way that we think American brunch ought to be.
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  4. I attended one of those $25+$15 Sunday brunches a couple of weeks ago at Susan Feniger’s Street restaurant in Hollywood. (Spectacular, by the way.) The under $20 brunches with free flow I see are usually advertised on seedy motel marquees.
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    • Used York City says:

      Hahah, totally hear what you’re saying! But I’ve been to these particular spots and can promise that they’re completely legit and not seedy at all;-)

      Happy brunching!

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