Self-Promotion: The BrunchCritic Tour

March 20th, 2012
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Last month, Andrea of BrunchCritic hired me to shoot some places for her site. I spent the afternoon bouncing around half a dozen New York neighborhoods shooting some pretty cool looking brunch spots.
The adventure started with The Cupping Room in SoHo, above. After the jump, see where else I ended up – and check out brunchcritic.com for reviews and a spiffy brunch search tool.


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Tiny’s in Tribeca.
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The appropriately named Nook in Hell’s Kitchen is much smaller than Tiny’s.
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I couldn’t get inside of Elizabeth’s on the Upper East Side due to a reality show being filmed, but with an exterior like this, who needs it?
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I cabbed it across the park and stopped at King’s Carriage House on the Upper East Side.I don’t often go out above midtown, but judging by these two places, it’s like an entirely different world up there.
Then it was off to Brooklyn for the last two spots.
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Just over the Bridge, in Brooklyn Heights, Jack The Horse.
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I finished up in Williamsburg at Le Barricou.
After all that neighborhood-hopping, I was happy to wrap it up just around the corner from Barcade. I downloaded my photos by the dancing lights of Q-bert over a couple pints.

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