5/9/15 O&A It’s Saturday- Anything Goes: Mother’s Day Brunch

Sunday Brunch Spread at Peacock Alley

Happy Mother’s Day! It Moms day so why not treat her to brunch? There are great places throughout New York City to share this special day with the special lady in your life. O&A NYC Magazine highlights four restaurants, that exemplify the diversity of  our great city.


5 and Diamond, 2072 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (112-113th), is an quaint uptown eatery. The brunch menu has quite a few options including classics like French Toast, Harlem inspired Pancakes with Fried Chicken and Maple Syrup, and Low Country South Carolina Shrimp and Grits. There is an unlimited brunch cocktail option with any entree for an additional $16. For Brunch reservations, call or text Malandra at 917 514 6962



Char No. 4, 196 Smith Street, Brooklyn, is located in a 19th century row house in Cobble Hill Brooklyn. Southern dishes and hospitality are the norm serving biscuits Benedict with smoked ham and sausage gravy, buttermilk pancakes with apples, and BBQ brisket hash to early (and not-so-early) risers. Whiskey is the house specialty, so make sure to try the chipotle-bourbon Bloody Mary or the whiskey milk fizz (Jack Daniel’s, cream, mample syrup, Amaretto and nutmeg). Brunch is served from 10am – 4pm for reservations call (718) 643-2106. 

Char No. 4 Brunch Menu

Blueberry Pancakes Maple Butter /13
Biscuits Benedict Smoked Ham, Poached Eggs & Mornay Sauce / 14
Mushroom, Kale & Cheddar Fritatta Crispy Fingerling Potatoes & Green Salad / 15
Pulled Pork & Cheese Grits Braised Collard Greens & Poached Eggs / 16
Poached Eggs Bacon-Cheddar Grits / 10
Pulled Pork Sandwich Kale Slaw, Jalepeño Mayo & Barbecue Chips / 14
Butter Lettuce Salad Sunflower Seeds, Sheep’s Milk Cheese & Sherry Vinagrette / 10
Smoked Ham, Egg & Cheese Sandwich Pickled Onions, Garlic Mayo & Crispy Potatoes / 14

Two Eggs Sunny Side Up
Crispy Potatoes, Pork Sausage & a Buttermilk Biscuit
includes coffee & a glass of orange juice / 16

Thick Cut Bacon /5
Buttermilk Biscuit Maple Butter / 4
Pork Sausage / 5
Crispy Potatoes / 6
Cheese Grits / 5

Chipotle Bourbon Bloody Mary / 8
Mimosa /7
Hound Dog / 10
Grapefruit juice, lime, mint, honey, bourbon
Louisville Sunset / 10
Pineapple juice, cranberry, lime, bourbon
Whiskey Milk Fizz / 10
Jack Daniel’s, almond, nutmeg

The Creek and the Cave, 10-93 Jackson Avenue, Queens, is a chill dining experience filled with burritos, tacos and fantastic huevos rancheros, visit this Long Island City restaurant and comedy theater, which houses two stages and a separate dining area. At each table you’ll get unlimited tortilla chips and homemade salsa. Check out the patio or the downstairs bar and performance space, which hosts a variety of acts. The kitchen serves all kinds of savory Tex-Mex standbys, but for a twist, try the “yoga” burrito (avocado and fresh goat cheese) or the seafood burrito (fried shrimp or fish with wasabi sauce).

The Creek and the Cave Brunch Menu

A delicious stack of scrambled eggs, melted cheese, black beans, and guacamole, served on crispy corn tortilla with sour cream and your choice of salsa verde or chipotle

Two eggs sunny side up with grilled skirt steak served with tortillas soaked in salsa verde with a drizzle of sour cream

Eggs, homemade pico de gallo, with cheese and sour cream wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla with your choice of grilled skirt steak or chorizo sausage.

Two scrambled eggs, threes slices of crisp bacon & home fries.

(WEEKENDS ONLY) Two large, flaky biscuits smothered in a down home sawmill gravy with Chorizo made right here at The Creek.


Peacock Alley at the Waldorf Astoria offer a Sunday Brunch that is truly a dedicant treat. Located in the lobby area (near the famous clock) of the Waldorf Astoria you will find one of the most sumptuous brunches in all of New York City. Sunday brunch at Peacock Alley is legendary offering diners an array of choices from lobster and caviar to mimosas and champagne; and, of course, breakfast favorites such as Eggs Benedict are also available. 

The Brunch at Peacock Alley

The Brunch is $98 per adult, $65 per child (ages 5-12), plus taxes and gratuity, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm (final seating). Reservations are strongly recommended especially during peak times such as Thanksgiving weekend and Mother’s Day. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.com: http://www.opentable.com/peacock-alley or by calling (212) 872-4895. Jackets are requested for gentlemen but, not required.


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O&A NYC Magazine

Wishes you a Happy Mother’s Day

 Bon Appétit 

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