Shouldn’t every day feel like Sunday? Settled right in the heart of South Williamsburg, Sunday in Brooklyn is the new kid on the block. Being just a short walk away from Williamsburg waterfront you can feel the cool breeze slowly drift while dining al fresco. The location draws in locals and even this Harlemnite alike.For the pedestrians, it’s hard not to walk by and marvel at the local fare – equally Instagrammable and substantial. My absolute favorite dish on the menu (so far) are the Radishes, Koji Butter, Amaranth Cracker. The consistency of all three together melts in your mouth while simultaneously being crispy. The Beets, Nuts and Seeds, Cultured Cheese salad (pictured below) was divine. So light and fresh – perfect for these last few sweltering days when heavy food is a no-go. The Deviled Eggs with smoked paprika were almost two cute to eat – almost. And those buttery buns will shock you. Under the Round Things section of the menu, the Toasted Buns topped with raclette cheese are stuffed with porcini and Chanterelle mushroom puree for a surprising treat with every bite.

Sunday in Brooklyn

Getting three or four starter plates from the Vegetables and Round Things section of the menu is recommended. Everything is portioned for you and bae to enjoy a date night or great to catch up with friends so that everyone gets well-rounded samples. I’m convinced you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. New York City restaurant veterans Todd Enany, Adam Landsman, and Chef Jaime Young built Sunday in Brooklyn on the idea that Sunday is about celebrating life, friends, family, and food. And that is certainly the vibe when dining for brunch, lunch, or dinner in the sunny, cozy restaurant.

The Chicken Drumsticks (pictured above) pack the heat. The buttermilk drumsticks are coated in a house rub of Togarashi aka chill peppers accompanied by spring garlic sauce. Sop up the salmon belly (pictured below) with the charred sourdough bread.

Cocktail: The Looove Boat – Japanese Whiskey, Pineapple, Sherry, Lime

Restaurants are a dime a dozen in NYC, but finding one with excellent hospitality, fresh, local food, creative cocktails, and a cozy laid-back vibe. Sunday in Brooklyn is a gem.

Sunday in Brooklyn is located at 348 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211.


Thank you Mark Berger and the Sunday in Brooklyn team for this wonderful experience. 


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