If you’re in need of a bottomless brunch somewhere in between Soho, the West Village, and Greenwich Village, Cómodo is here for you. The vibes are low-key (well, as low-key as it gets when people are paying $18 for two hours of bottomless mimosas), and the food is modern Latin. In addition to being a good place for people who didn’t just graduate from college, Cómodo is also a good place for people who don’t love standard brunch food - they have tacos, salads, and chilaquiles.
Cómodo is permanently closed.
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