This Brunch Convention Is Real and Heading to New York in March
It was only a matter of time until New York City turned the most important meal of the week into a food festival. BrunchCon celebrates all things boozy and brunch-y and is coming to Brooklyn’s Grand Prospect Hall on March 26. The festival will feature a mimosa bar and brunch bites from 50 restaurants around the city, including The Coop (known for its fried chicken and wings), Manousheh (Lebanese breakfast food), The Vanderbilt (British pub-inspired fare), and Oaxaca Taqueria (gourmet tacos).
Tickets went on sale Jan. 1, but you can still snag some here: $55 for ($50 with a discount code) or $90 for VIP. You better hurry because general admission tickets will be bumped up to $60 come Feb. 15.
“Beyond bites, you can gulp down bubbly at an open mimosa bar, lay down in a dimly-lit hangover lounge or shop brunch-related products at a BrunchCon market,” Time Out Magazine’s listing says. “And for those that aren’t too hungover to socialize, there’s even speed dating.”
BrunchCon has already made stops in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington D.C.