America’s Best Brunch Spots
At DC's Birch & Barley, the Boozy Brunch starts with chef-y doughnut holes. In New York, The Breslin is a perfect stop for over-the-top pancakes with seasonal, toppings like orange syrup or candied walnuts and apple butter. Here, more on the country's incredible brunch destinations.
Brunch is the easiest time to get a seat at chef Suzanne Goin’s super-popular small plates–focused wine bar. One dish people don’t like to split is her big, buttery, open-face sandwich of brioche covered with melted Gruyère, lemony frisée and prosciutto; a sunny-side up egg is draped on top. “This is the dish everyone hoards,” says Goin. “We serve it with a big steak knife, but it gets sloppy to share. Or that’s what people say, anyway, so it can be all theirs.” aocwinebar.com