Williamsburg is a popular Brooklyn neighborhood with many restaurants and bars. Whether you live in this part of town or are just visiting, there’s no doubt you’ll spend a good amount of your time eating.
Though there are so many great meals and flavors to try, I would have to argue that brunch is the best. From the perfect combination of breakfast and lunch meals to bottomless mimosa or bloody mary deals, brunch is the perfect time to truly enjoy company and celebrate the weekend. Whether you prefer a traditional brunch, like to try new cuisines, or simply want to be a bit adventurous, this list is bound to lead you in the right direction. And if you like to drink, many of the spots on my list have several tasty brunch cocktails to indulge in as well.
2 Hope St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 721-3399
Serving authentic Mexican dishes, De Mole serves a top-notch brunch in Williamsburg. This local restaurant uses family recipes as well as imported herbs and spices to create amazing meals including brunch. Brunch is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at De Mole. Bottomless brunch is available for $45 per person for unlimited food and drinks or $30 without drinks. The deal includes a 2 hour brunch. Try out the carnitas hash, enchiladas verdes con espinaca, or chilaquiles. Make sure to have a margarita, bellini, or mismosa!
104 S 4th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Phone: (646) 383-3623
Believe it or not, Randolph Beer is a great spot for brunch that you won’t want to miss. This local gastropub serves beer, cocktails, and American cuisine. With TVs, graffitied walls, and a welcoming atmosphere, this is a great brunch location. Brunch is from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Randolph Beer. We recommend the breakfast croissant, bkfast nachos, breakfast tacos, or french toast. Be sure to check out their brunch pitcher special, as well!
525 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 422-0401
Hoping to try something a little different for brunch? Check out Dar 525. This local restaurant serves Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food. With a wide range of dishes including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options, making it the perfect brunch spot for everyone. Dar 525 offers brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to try the Syrian shakshuka, grilled breakfast pizza, falafel platter, or Dar burger. Don’t forget to try the bottomless brunch option for only $34.95!
651 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Phone: (347) 844-9295
If Spanish food is more your style, swing by El Born for brunch. This Barcelona inspired restaurant serves small plates and delicious drinks in a charming spot. With plenty of reviews about the great food and service, it’s no wonder this is a popular spot. El Born offers regular brunch as well as bottomless brunch. The latter is $30 per person includes four tapas, one paella or two brunch entrees, one dessert, and bottomless sangria or mimosas for 90 minutes!
76 Ainslie St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 725-3400
Craving some Italian food? We suggest Ainslie for your next brunch. Serving Italian cuisine and wine in a charming space with an outdoor patio, this is the perfect spot for brunch with friends or family. Brunch is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ainslie. We recommend the pancakes, eggs in purgatory, cacio e pepe, or rucola pizza. And if you like to drink with your brunch, check out their $28 bottomless option. Choose from spiked iced tea, bloody marys, or mimosas to go with your entree!
10 Hope St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 916-0951
Another Mediterranean spot for brunch is Ten Hope. This neighborhood restaurant serves tasty Mediterranean cuisine in a large outdoor space draped in ivy – making it a beautiful spot to enjoy some early afternoon brunch. Ten Hope serves brunch from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to try the lemon ricotta pancakes, breakfast bowl, house cured lox toast, or shakshuka flatbread. Don’t forget to sip on a mimosa or a screwdiver with your meal!
Sunday In Brooklyn
348 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Phone: (347) 222-6722
With close to 2,000 reviews, it’s clear Sunday In Brooklyn is a can’t-miss spot for brunch in Williamsburg. This local spot serves American cuisine you have to try. With a barroom, marketplace, dining room, and garden, there’s plenty to see here. Sunday In Brooklyn hosts brunch from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Sunday. We recommend the Sunday pancakes, egg and cheese sandwich, warm grain bowl, biscuits and gravy. Be sure to check out their brunch cocktail list!
352 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Phone: (718) 782-0910
Dedicated specifically to brunch, it’s no surprise Rabbithole has made the list of best brunches. Serving American cuisine, beer, and pastries made from scratch, you’ll find everything you need here. Brunch is served until 5 p.m. every day, so if you have a late start, this is the place to go. Be sure to try the stuffed french toast, eggs Norwegian, steak frites, or Rabbithole florentine. Don’t forget to sip on a bloody mary or basil lemonade!
135 N 5th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Phone: (718) 388-9222
In the mood for some French food? Try out Juliette. Serving classic French bistro cuisine, this restaurant is the perfect place to make you feel like you’ve travelled to France. With an indoor garden room and a rooftop deck, this is a charming spot for brunch. Brunch is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Try out the duck confit, apple butter stuffed french toast, grilled vegetable sandwich, or spicy lamb burger. Make sure to complete your meal with frose or a bellini!
124 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 799-2743
If you’re all about community, check out Allswell for brunch. This local restaurant in Williamsburg serves American cuisine in a vintage setting. With a communal table and a welcoming atmosphere, you’ll feel nice and comfortable here. Allswell offers brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Though the menu is short, it’s just as delicious as any other brunch. We recommend the breakfast burrito, sourdough french toast, biscuit honey and ricotta, or eggs benedict. Be sure to have a bloody mary or michelada, too!
164 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (347) 725-4793
Specializing in American comfort food, Sweet Chick is an amazing spot for brunch. Open since 2013, this spot actually focuses on fried chicken and waffles as well as innovative dishes and cocktails. Sweet Chick’s menu is filled with delicious choices, even including vegetarian chicken and waffles. Be sure to try the blueberry muffin waffle, spicy honey butter chicken buttermilk biscuit, or lil shrimp and grits. Don’t forget to try a signature cocktail or two with your meal!
18 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Phone: (718) 383-5345
Another spot serving American cuisine for brunch is Five Leaves. Though this spot serves the food with an Australian twist. Locals love the food, service, and atmosphere at this tasty spot. Five Leaves’ brunch menu is pretty short, but you definitely won’t want to miss out on it. Try out the 5 leaves breakky burrito, ricotta pancakes, pastrami cured arctic char, or sage scrambled egg sandwich. Make sure to sip on a drink with your brunch!
70 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Phone: (718) 388-5100
An additional Italian restaurant serving delicious brunch is Aurora. This local restaurant is housed in a large and charming dining room with a beautiful garden to complete the atmosphere. Aurora’s brunch menu offers classic brunch dishes as well as traditional Italian plates, so you really can’t go wrong here. We recommend the french toast, brioche panino, ravioli, or crab and avocado eggs benedict. Be sure to order a mimosa or bloody mary with your entree!
612 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: (718) 388-9040
Last but no least on our list of brunch spots is Northern Bell. This local bar and grill serves southern cuisine as well as beer and other drinks. With plenty of reviews raving about the food and atmosphere, it’s clear people really enjoy this spot. Brunch is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday through Sunday at Northern Bell. Be sure to try the disco breakfast sandwich, cornbread chicken and waffles, brunch skillet mac and cheese, or boar bacon tacos. Don’t forget the beer or blood mary!