2 New NYC Brunch Spots for the Weekend and a Colossal Steak

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American Cut's 96-ounce steak

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Cut into this 96-ounce steak with two or three friends.

American Cut

To celebrate the first anniversary of the Midtown location, this steakhouse is introducing an off-menu 96-ounce steak this month only. This monstrous bone-in cut ($189) will be flambéed tableside and is designed to be shared among three or four people. Ask your server for the dish at either the Midtown or Tribeca locations.

 

Megu

The Japanese fine-dining restaurant is introducing its first brunch menu since opening in fall 2016. Created by Top Chef alum Frances Tariga-Weshnak, the menu combines the restaurant’s most popular dishes — like the Diamond Roll, tuna tartar, Oh Toro, ossetra caviar, gold flakes, and shaved truffle — and classic brunch fare — like an eggs Benedict with a yuzu hollandaise. Swing by on Saturdays from noon to 6 p.m.

 

Guac Tacos + Tequila

This East Village taco joint is launching a weekend brunch prix fixe. For $15, chow down on an order of the signature guacamole, a cup of coffee, and one of the Mexican-inspired entrées. Choose from dishes like a guac-topped breakfast burrito or the steak and eggs with a guacamole-tomatillo sauce. For an additional $14.50, sip on unlimited brunch cocktails like margaritas or mimosas. The offer is available Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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