Brooklyn Garden Brunch w/Live Music! Brunch

Brooklyn Garden Brunch w/Live Music! Join us in Carroll Gardens for this month's Brooklyn Brunch Club featuring live music by Cacao Blues! Looking for a relaxed way to meet new people and make new friends? Or maybe you're visiting and want a unique NYC experience? Brunch Club is the place for you! On the final Sunday of every month, Brooklyn Brunch Club invites diners to enjoy a 4-course meal at communal tables in a unique location. Your place card will contain an ice breaker to help you get to know your fellow brunchers. We encourage you to disconnect from technology and reconnect with one another. We promise lively conversation with interesting people...and of course, delicious food. Nothing makes me happier than seeing strangers become friends over the course of brunch! ABOUT THE MENU Our menu changes month-to-month (food photos are from previous months). By serving a small number of guests in an intimate setting, we're able to use ingredients that we're proud of, with a focus on seasonality. We use local, sustainably produced dairy and produce when available. Brooklyn is home to a number of specialty butchers, bakeries, fish & cheese mongers, and other artisanal producers. We support these small businesses whenever possible. ABOUT THIS MONTH'S ARTISTS: Cacao Blues is a pop duo born from the long time collaboration of Grammy Award winner keyboardist Enrico de Trizio and Guatemalan born singer songwriter Michelle Palmieri. Their music takes the romance of traditional Latin American styles like bolero and tango, and brings it into a contemporary electronic soul soundscape. HAPPY BRUNCHING! Course 1 Avocado Toast Sprouts, Toasted Sesames Seeds, Sea Salt


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  • Brooklyn Garden Brunch w/Live Music!


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  • Lisa2019-02-25
    The food was awesome and the conversation was great. 5

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  • De 14:00 a 17:30

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I did not grow up clinging to my mother's apron strings or learning family recipes from my grandmother in the kitchen. In fact, my parents used to joke that I better marry a man who could cook so that I wouldn't starve! Culinary school wasn't my destiny - film school was. And then lo and behold, my first job out of college was working for Martha Stewart's TV show. And SHE taught me how to cook. From Martha Stewart's own kitchen to the kitchens we traveled to around the world, I had a front row seat to watching some of our generation's brightest culinary minds at work - chefs like Grant Achatz, Daniel Boulud, David Chang, and Dan Barber. After 6 years with Martha's company, I continued my education at ABC's The Chew for the run of the show, while taking classes at the CIA and ICE to fill in the gaps. I love how food can break barriers and bring people together. I'm excited to use what I've learned to connect and bring people together at my table!

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