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Sunday In Brooklyn


19 Fulton St, New York
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The people who opened Williamsburg's Sunday in Brooklyn weren’t dreaming big enough when they named the place. In addition to an outpost in London, this popular spot now has a pop-up in a large two-story space in the South Street Seaport, which is running until at least mid-April. Among a lot of typical brunch items like avocado toast, shakshuka, and steak and eggs, the malted pancakes stick out as a “one of these things is not like the other” dish. They have a muffin-like texture and come with a slightly salty hazelnut maple praline topping that you spread like a jam. Pancakes hadn’t reached their full potential until these came along.

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