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Our Favorite Brunch Restaurants in Park Slope

There is no such thing as an awesome weekend without brunch. As Summer is approaching, it’s time to grab your friends, dust off some cute outfits, and find a place with incredible food and some killer mimosas.

friends out to brunch in park slope

So, if you happen to be new to the Park Slope area, or if you’re visiting for the weekend, we would love to introduce you to a handful of our very favorite places for great brunch. Enjoy!

Oliver Bistro 

469 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11215
Phone: 718-768-6600
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Oliver Bistro is a traditional French bistro in Park Slope Brooklyn. With a beautifully brunch menu (complete with desserts!) it is really hard to not fall in love with this adorable little place.

Oliver Bistro goes above and beyond to make their customers feel as though they are actually in France. Their menu consists of high end meals such as La Tartine D’Oliver, Croque Monsieur, La Paysanne, and of course a traditional French toast!


434 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: 718-369-3144
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Fonda has a special brunch deal where you can order an entree of your choice and three brunch drinks! Brunch drinks you can choose from include a classic margarita, hibiscus rosalita, mimosa, and beer. 

A Mexican cuisine restaurant, the culture and food at Fonda make for a truly beautiful and unique brunch experience. All eggs on the Fonda brunch menu are organic, so you can ensure you are getting the best of the best!

Cafe Le Mistral

330 5th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: 844-841-9019
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Another French restaurant in Brooklyn, Cafe Le Mistral has a very extensive brunch menu. Meals include Hors D’oeuvres, eggs of many makings, crepes, a number of entrees, and desserts. 

With a warm aesthetic and cozy layout, we are sure you’re going to want to try this place!


225 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: 718-369-9322
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An adorable Italian restaurant, SottoVoce is a wonderful place to grab a bite at any time of the day! We love their brunch menu and drink options, and customers make a point to say that the service is wonderful.

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If that’s not good enough, SottoVoce also offer outdoor seating options that are heated in the winter!

Bogota Latin Bistro

141 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Phone: 718-230-3805
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If you want a truly fun experience, we highly recommend Bogota Latin Bistro! With pan-Latin cuisine, live music, and tropical drinks, the locals call this bistro “Brooklyn’s hottest Latin restaurant.”

Obviously, one of our favorite things about this restaurant is the food, and they have a LOT of it! Their brunch menu alone (available on weekends) is two full pages! If you have an appetite for breakfast food, we don’t want you to skip over this place.


278 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: (347) 254-7644
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Served Saturday’s and Sunday’s until 3:30pm, Calexico in Park Slope has some of the best brunch menus in the area. With Mexican cuisine, try out breakfast themed burritos, nachos, quesadillas, tacos, and more!

Calexico also has some pretty killer cocktails: bloody Mary’s, bloody Maria’s, champagne sunset, and mimosas, there is no way you won’t leave here satisfied. 

Stone Park Cafe

324 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone:  (718) 369-0082
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Stone Park cafe has a more traditional brunch menu available for customers who want to keep it simple and delicious. Egg sandwiches, french toast, yogurt with homemade granola and fresh fruit, quiche, and many more options will have you feeling ready to take on the weekend!

Saying this, their brunch drink menu is just as long as their meal menu! So whether you’re craving a cocktail, a glass of wine, or beer on tap, the Stone Park Cafe will not let you down on drinks.

Couleur Cafe

435 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: (718) 788-6600
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If you want brunch but are craving more of an artistic cafe setting than a fancy restaurant, you will definitely want to check out Couleur Cafe. This french cuisine cafe serves some classic breakfast options including a huge bowl of granola and fruit, avocado toast, crepes, quiches, and pastries.

Our favorite part of this Couleur Cafe is their emphasis on community. They focus on local ingredients to ensure that the community they are a part of is supported. How cool is that!?

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Scottadito Osteria Toscana

788A Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone:  (718) 636-4800
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Described as a “secret weapon,” Scottadito Osteria Toscana serves brunch like no one else in Park Slope. Starting at 11am on weekends with a flat fee of $28.95 for a food dish and unlimited champagne and mimosas, and $5 specialty cocktails (yes, five dollars!) locals love the deal and the dishes!

We also can’t say enough about the aesthetic of both the place and the food! Scottadito is more than happy and equipped to host wedding, bridal, and baby showers, and their meal presentation is absolutely stunning.


79 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Phone: (718) 622-2250
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Miriam is actually known for its brunch! People come from all over to dine at this Israeli restaurant with Meditteranean cuisine.

With a truly unique and extraordinary brunch menu, Miriam serves some of the best brunch plates you will ever eat… and there are a LOT of options! The beautifully authentic aesthetic and incredible food presentation certainly adds some bonus points to this place as well!

Krupa Grocery 

231 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: (718) 709-7098
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While Krupa Grocery isn’t your traditional brunch eatery, it is a favorite for park slope locals. More of a grab and go place, Krupa Grocery will even pack picnic boxes for you so that you can enjoy their food and a good meal in your favorite city spot!

And yes, the brunch comes into play with the weekend brunch box, which is packed with all kinds of brunch goodies! They even have mimosas and margaritas to ensure a complete brunch experience.

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Written by Maggie Kelly

Maggie is a New Brunswick local and Rutgers University student who has made checking out local eateries one of her hobbies the past three years. She grew up in Frenchtown New Jersey and is often seen exploring the greater New York City area.