A procrastinator's cheat sheet for Sunday
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An endless supply of sparkling wine and juice is just what the doctor ordered.
Casa Azul officially open, Erewhon hoping to head points east.
In addition to that pretty comprehensive hangover guide we gave you last week to help you through the morning after, a few New Year's Day brunches have popped up for this weekend. Bacon and Bloodies on Sunday, repent on Monday....
The Governor eradicates some of the tougher requirements for food stamp users.
Where you should nurse that hangover on New Year's Day.
Mark Gold endows his dressed-up brunch dishes with simple names. "A piece of meat" anyone?
The morning dishes are a little pricier than usual, but carefully sourced with NorCal-imported product.
Onil Chibas offers his locavore take on classic mid-morning cocktails and breakfast staples.
The Iron Chef promises an affordable concept while staff lapses are cited for the departure of Library Bar's mix-master.
Expect scotch egg alongside huevos rancheros.
Bar Bouchon becomes your best bet for Keller's bistro cooking without a reservation.
Continuing an exaltation of Mexican favorites, the kitchen makes its own tortillas and
With a resume that includes Water Grill, Providence, and Craft, the new chef expands hours and menu items.
The W Hotel's hot new restaurant opens a patio and chef Sascha Lyon launches weekend brunch.
Jose Andres expands his morning menu but is no longer serving brunch inside of The Bazaar.
The chef's takeover begins over duck breast club sandwiches.
A casual bistro is set to open under Clint Clausen.
An Alabama tea shop has beef with a Brooklyn rapper and Mark Peel's Tar Pit flirts with S&M.
Three new restaurants introduce three new weekend brunches.