Laid-back restaurants are key to reducing and balancing the stressful and high-paced environment of New York during the work week. As a result, three dining establishment veterans — Todd Enany, Adam Landsman and Chef Jaime Young, partnered in the creation of 'Sunday in Brooklyn.'
The neighborhood restaurant offers a breakfast, brunch and dinner menu daily. The eatery is essentially dedicated to paying tribute and spreading the vibes of Sundays — days that should be dedicated to mindful enjoyment, wholesome exploration and quality time with friends and family.
As far as laid-back restaurants in New York City go, Sunday in Brooklyn seems to have it all. From rooftop gardens, sidewalk cafes and an open-air kitchen to wood-burning ovens and cozy social gathering spaces, the eatery accommodates both warm and cold weather.
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Sunday in Brooklyn Celebrates the City and Its Neighborhood
- By: Kalina NedelchevaJun 18, 2018