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Where to Brunch in New York This Spring

Where to Brunch in New York This Spring


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Spring has finally sprung in New York City, which means it’s brunch season. Here are a few suggestions of where to go and what to eat for brunch in these upcoming weeks:

Cafe Clover
Earlier this month, chef David Standridge debuted brunch service at Cafe Clover. Alongside signature cocktails like the Bloodless Mary (celery bitters, Worcestershire, Carpano Bianco, and organic tomato vodka) and the Five Story (muddled mint, lime, agave, Ron Zacapa, and prosecco) the menu includes fresh pressed juices and health-conscious dishes. Try the quinoa pancake with baked apples and barrel aged syrup; poached farm eggs with a spaghetti squash chia rosti, market greens, and a classic béarnaise or herb vinaigrette; and avocado toast made with New York State-sourced multigrain bread, baby Chioggia beets, and spring peas.

Davio’s Manhattan
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, located in Midtown Manhattan, unveiled a Sunday brunch menu that brings the luxury of a steakhouse dinner to the mid-day weekend meal. Executive chef Chad Brown offers brunch staples like buckwheat pancakes with buttermilk and honey mascarpone; poached eggs that are served with a popover, prime sirloin bavette, and bernaise; and eggs any style with butter-poached Maine lobster. Diners can sit out on the sun-filled patio and sip cocktails such as the Not Yet (apricot, blood orange, and Mionetto Prosecco), or a Bloody Mary concocted from the build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, complete with posh garnishes like prosciutto-wrapped asparagus.

Gallow Green
The McKittrick Hotel will re-open its popular rooftop bar and lounge, Gallow Green, for the 2015 season on Saturday, April 18. In addition to snacks, cocktails, and punches, the eatery will also serve Sunday brunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. Enjoy dishes like scrambled eggs with scallions and Gruyère cheese and cold fried chicken with black pepper honey in this thoughtfully designed green space that’s steps away from the High Line, just in case you need to walk off the bread pudding with bourbon caramel sauce that you should definitely order.

The Wayfarer
Top Chef alum Manuel Treviño (formerly of Marble Lane at Dream Downtown and Midtown’s Lavo) has revamped The Wayfarer’s brunch menu. Now, in addition to favorites such as Belgian waffles with sweet butter and roasted banana and the croque monsieur on toasted brioche, guests can choose from new specialties like the Brunch Toast Trio (Nutella banana, truffled ricotta, and carrot maple) and a fried chicken and cheddar chive waffle dish with Thai chile honey and bacon country gravy. The Wayfarer is another restaurant capitalizing on the often-fun trend of featuring a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar. Theirs includes five rim options, including smoked paprika and celery salt; four traditional bases to choose from that range from “Spicey” to tomato water; four choices of alcohol, such as black pepper vodka infusion and Absolut Elyx; and 11 garnishes, like Cheddar cheese and crispy pork rind.


29 NYC Brunch Spots That Make Getting Out of Bed Worthwhile

Brunch is a Big Deal in New York City. On the weekends, restaurants in the five boroughs contain an endless sea of midday dining options, so it’s not easy to tell which ones actually care about the food and the experience, or which are just serving some eggs and other brunch-y stuff to appease the masses. Also, no one wants to travel far for the (kind of) morning meal.

With that in mind, here is a guide to excellent brunch, with options spread across NYC for geographic ease. Ritzy or affordable, creative or straightforward, this map has it all.

NYC restaurants can now offer indoor dining at 75 percent capacity along with outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining out, as there are still safety concerns. For updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the NYC Health Department’s website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

Note: This is an updated version of a map originally published in 2017.


Balthazar New York

BALTHAZAR HAS REOPENED FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR DINING SERVICE FOR DINNER EVERY DAY, WITH BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AND BRUNCH ON THE WEEKENDS.

Balthazar opened in SoHo in the spring of 1997. The bustling, romantic brasserie serves traditional French fare from breakfast through supper every day, with brunch served on weekends.

Balthazar offers a wide selection of fresh seafood and shellfish, as well as bread and pastries that are baked fresh every day at Balthazar Bakery.

Delivery is now available via DoorDash.

Balthazar London opened in Covent Garden in 2012.

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BALTHAZAR HAS REOPENED FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR DINING SERVICE FOR DINNER EVERY DAY, WITH BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AND BRUNCH ON THE WEEKENDS.

Balthazar opened in SoHo in the spring of 1997. The bustling, romantic brasserie serves traditional French fare from breakfast through supper every day, with brunch served on weekends.

Balthazar offers a wide selection of fresh seafood and shellfish, as well as bread and pastries that are baked fresh every day at Balthazar Bakery.


Lemon Raspberry Swiss Roll

I’m partnering with the iconic sugar brand Domino® Sugar today to share a recipe for a Lemon-Raspberry Swiss Roll with you all. If you’ve never heard of a swiss roll, it’s a rolled sponge cake filled with something, whether that’s frosting or whipped cream or jam. In this recipe, I fill the cake with cream cheese filling. I’m excited to teach you how to make it seeing the swirl at the end always makes me happy!

Infused with bright, fruity flavors, this rendition would be a dreamy dessert for Mother’s Day. It’s elegant, light, and special—the perfect way to finish a meal celebrating the amazing mamas in your life. I like to use Domino® Golden Sugar in this recipe because it’s less processed than granulated sugar and has a hint of molasses flavor that adds depth to the roll. For the cream cheese filling, I use Domino® Powdered Sugar , which has a very fine texture to yield a silky smooth result. Make sure to dust the top of the roll with powdered sugar before serving! It’s a subtle touch that adds to the roll’s whimsical aesthetic.

Lemon Raspberry Swiss Roll Recipe

4 Large eggs
½ cup Domino® Golden Sugar
¼ teaspoon Kosher salt
2 tablespoons Grated lemon zest (about 2 lemons)
2/3 cup All-purpose flour

½ cup Full fat cream cheese
⅔ cup Heavy whipping cream
2 tablespoons + more for dusting Domino® Powdered Sugar
2 cups, separated Fresh raspberries

Preheat the oven to 400°F. Spray a 10x15-inch jelly roll pan with non-stick baking spray. Line the bottom of the pan with parchment paper. Set aside.

Beat the eggs and Domino® Golden Sugar with an electric mixer on medium speed for 2 minutes. Add salt and lemon zest and increase speed to medium-high. Continue to beat until thick and pale yellow, 8-10 additional minutes.

Sift the flour into the batter. Use a large, rubber spatula and fold the flour into the batter until no streaks remain. Pour the batter into the jelly roll pan and use an angled spatula (or butter knife) to smooth the batter into the cake pan in an even layer. Transfer the pan to the oven and bake until springy to the touch, and golden on top, 8-10 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven.

Dust a kitchen towel with Domino® Powdered Sugar. Flip the cake onto a kitchen towel, with the parchment paper side up. Carefully peel the parchment paper off of the cake. Roll up cake and towel, starting from a short side. Let cool completely on a wire rack. While the cake is cooling, prepare the filling.

Beat the cream cheese, heavy cream, and 2 tablespoons of Domino® Powdered Sugar in a bowl on medium speed until medium peaks form. Roughly chop 1 cup of the fresh raspberries.

Unroll the cooled cake. Spread the cream cheese filling evenly over the cake and sprinkle the chopped raspberries evenly on top of the filling. Carefully reroll the cake, using the towel to help to roll it tightly. Place the cake seam side down on a serving platter. Top with whipped cream, and the remaining one cup of fresh raspberries. Sprinkle a dusting of Domino® Powdered Sugar on top and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Note: This cake is best the day it’s made but can be refrigerated for up to three days.


Bee’s Knees

Nothing says the turn of the season like a bottomless glass of sweet tea. And if it’s your drink of choice, you’ll love this elevated boozy version for brunch. Made with peach and orange blossom vodka, fresh lemon juice, and honey, all memories of too-sweet spiked iced tea in a can will disappear after you’ve had one sip of this delightful cocktail.

2 ounces Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom vodka
3/4 ounce lemon juice
1 teaspoon honey
3 1/2 ounces chilled chamomile tea

First, brew two bags chamomile in about four ounces of hot water , let steep and cool. Remove the tea bags from the cooled chamomile tea and combine it with lemon juice, Ketel One and honey. Serve over ice in a rocks glass.

Havana Café. Courtesy Havana


No poppy seeds, no pecans. When you have a lemon loaf this good, you don’t need anything else. Build a triple-threat combination of grated lemon zest, lemon syrup, and freshly squeezed lemon juice. In case it’s not zippy enough, the lemon loaf gets some extra zip from sour cream.

A cake that’s rich, sweet, AND free from white flour and refined sugar? How can this be? This Italian lemon and almond cake is similar to an American cheesecake, built from almond flour, polenta, and ricotta. By cutting back on the heaviness typical of American cheesecakes, you can focus on the lemon and almond flavors.


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Episodes

Mexican Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay has one of his favorite destinations in mind while preparing this colorful and appetizing Mexican brunch. He's whipping up a tall stack of Mexican Corn Pancakes, crispy Breakfast Potatoes With Red Chile-Lime Hollandaise, a refreshing Fruit and Vegetable Salad With Chile and Lime and of course, a Watermelon Margarita Mimosa to drink. There's nothing like waking up to Mexico . on a plate!

Flavors of New England

Bobby Flay's brunch takes a culinary trip to New England and features some of the region's best local ingredients. On the menu today is a refreshing SmoothTEA, delicious Pumpkin-Cranberry Scones and Johnnycakes each served with Whipped Maple Butter. Plus, Bobby re-invents a classic Eggs Benedict with his New England-style version: Crab Cake Benedict With Old Bay Hollandaise.

Tasty Trattoria Brunch

Bobby Flay creates a brunch menu in the style of Italian trattorias: casual with plenty of family-style dishes! First up, some decadent Cinnamon Mascarpone Pancakes With Warm Morello Cherries and Hazelnuts. He's also making a Frittata With Cherry Tomatoes, Sausage, Arugula and Ricotta and serving it with a side of Rosemary Home Fries With Pancetta, Parmesan and Parsley. And to toast a wonderful meal, he'll pour a citrus and mint cocktail he calls a Citronata.

French-American Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay adds a hint of American influence to French Bistro style dishes for this enticing brunch. His French-American mash up menu features Almond Croissant French Toast, Tarte Flambe With Herbed Creme Fraiche, Double Smoked Bacon and Goat Cheese, Yogurt Creme Brulee With Fresh Fruit and Granola and a Grapefruit Vesper to drink.

Bay City Brunch

Bobby Flay takes a hint from the city by the bay in this San Francisco-inspired brunch that includes Apricot-Yogurt Parfait With California Granola and an Orange Scented Bombolini With Pastry Cream and Chocolate Dipping Sauce. Plus, Bobby reveals what goes into the unbelievable omelet known as the Hang Town Fry. You won't want to miss this San Francisco treat of a brunch!

Brunch Bites Across Europe

Bobby Flay's making it easy to entertain for brunch with a menu of European-inspired small bites that are sure to please any crowd! His tasty brunch includes Calabrian Scrambled Eggs with Jalapeno Pesto Bruschetta, Buckwheat Crepes With Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions and Mini Pumpkin Churros with a silky smooth Chocolate-Espresso Dipping Sauce.

Chocolate Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay satisfies your chocolate fix with a cocoa-filled brunch menu of sweet and savory dishes. He's serving Double Chocolate Pancakes With Salted Caramel Syrup, Mole Rubbed Steak and Eggs With Chocolate Stout Beurre Blanc and Chocolate-Orange Yogurt Panna Cotta.

Impress Your Guests

Chef Bobby Flay demonstrates how to prepare a jaw-dropping brunch without breaking a sweat. His quick and impressive recipes include Biscuit Sticky Buns, Asparagus and Cheese Popovers, Apricot and Raspberry Granola Gratin and Riesling Sangria With Mango and Nectarine. A brunch that's equal parts easy and amazing!

Vermont Bed & Breakfast Style

Bobby Flay loves to recreate his favorite vacation meals and this menu is no exception. For his Vermont Bed and Breakfast menu he's making Black Pepper Popovers Filled With Vermont Cheddar and Herb Scrambled Eggs and Maple-Mustard Glazed Canadian Bacon. And as if that's not enough to get you out of bed, he's also making Baked Apples with Oatmeal and Yogurt and mixing up an Old Vermont Cocktail.

A Basket of Brunch Goodies

Bobby Flay's making a spread of continental favorites for this brunch menu. He's baking up all-American favorites like Shoo-Fly Muffins, Banana Bread With Vanilla Bean-Pecan Butter and Fruit Filled Mini Toaster Pastries! And for an added bit of fun, he's creating a one-of-a-kind Bellini Bar that is sure to impress any brunch guest.

Marrakesh Express Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay showcases the amazing spices and flavors of Morocco with this mouthwatering brunch. His menu includes Oatmeal With Honey Roasted Apricots and Pistachios, Moroccan Eggs With Flatbread and Goat Cheese, a refreshing Moroccan Coffee Granita Parfait and beautiful Apricot Mimosa.

Southwest Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay channels his love of Southwestern cuisine into this brunch that packs a flavorful punch! His colorful menu features Blue Corn Pancakes With Passion Fruit Butter, Chorizo-Potato Cakes With Black Bean and Salsa Verde and Guava-Papaya Mimosas. Feast your eyes on a brunch from the four corners!

Best of the Pacific Northwest

Bobby Flay shows a little love for an often overlooked culinary destination -- the Pacific Northwest! On today's brunch menu: Smoked Salmon and Scallion Scramble With Whole Grain Toast and Homemade Goat Cheese Butter, Wild Mushroom-Yukon Gold Hash, irresistible Blackberry-Hazelnut Sticky Buns and a Coconut Chai Tea Latte.

Bold Southwestern Brunch

Bobby Flay takes a journey to his culinary roots with a bold Southwestern brunch! His menu includes savory dishes like Texas Eggs Benedict and Cast Iron Home Fries With Chiles, Cilantro and a Creamy Garlic Dressing. And for a sticky sweet treat, he's baking a batch of Pecan Pie Monkey Bread.

New Orleans Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay takes a culinary walk through New Orleans' French Quarter for this brunch that's perfect any time of day. He's starting off with The Vieux Carre, a legendary local cocktail, and then prepares Bananas Foster Beignets and Beef Grillades With Cheesy Corn and Grits. Join Bobby to take a trip down Bourbon Street for brunch!

Beach-y Keen Brunch

Bobby Flay takes a "stay-cation" to the tropics with this Island-inspired brunch. He uses the brightest and boldest flavors in his Jerk Pork Belly and Sweet Potato Hash with Fried Eggs, Coconut Waffles with Chocolate Maple Syrup and Bananas and a Tropical Fruit Salad with Ginger Syrup. And to make it really feel like a tropical vacation, he'll shake up some Grapefruit Mojitos.

Springtime Brunch

To celebrate the festivities and holidays of the season, Chef Bobby Flay prepares a delicious brunch spread that's perfect for any family gathering at springtime. He's inspired by Hot Cross Buns to make Spiced Raisin Pancakes With Rum-Raisin Cream Cheese Glaze and re-imagines a holiday staple with his Ham and Cheddar Pie served with Mixed Greens tossed in Apricot Vinaigrette. He also celebrates the colors of spring with an Everything Hash Brown Cake With Pickled Red Onions and Green Onion Creme Fraiche. And to drink, he's mixing up colorful Carrot and Orange Mimosas.

Cuisine du Jour

Bobby whisks us away to the South of France with today's delicious brunch menu. All good French food is accompanied by a Baguette and Bobby toasts his with Goat Cheese topped with Poached Eggs and a Black Pepper Vinaigrette. For a little something sweet he whips up a Pain Perdu with Fresh Peaches and Vanilla Butter and to finish, a White Wine and Lillet Cocktail.

Flavors of New England

Bobby Flay's brunch takes a culinary trip to New England and features some of the region's best local ingredients. On the menu today is a refreshing SmoothTEA, delicious Pumpkin-Cranberry Scones and Johnnycakes each served with Whipped Maple Butter. Plus, Bobby re-invents a classic Eggs Benedict with his New England-style version: Crab Cake Benedict With Old Bay Hollandaise.


No poppy seeds, no pecans. When you have a lemon loaf this good, you don’t need anything else. Build a triple-threat combination of grated lemon zest, lemon syrup, and freshly squeezed lemon juice. In case it’s not zippy enough, the lemon loaf gets some extra zip from sour cream.

A cake that’s rich, sweet, AND free from white flour and refined sugar? How can this be? This Italian lemon and almond cake is similar to an American cheesecake, built from almond flour, polenta, and ricotta. By cutting back on the heaviness typical of American cheesecakes, you can focus on the lemon and almond flavors.


By Annie

Washington comes alive in the spring and summer, and there’s nothing we love more than day drinking outside. We figured that might be a high priority for you too, so we’ve compiled the best patios and rooftops for brunching this season. The great thing about D.C is you can find patios in all shapes, sizes, neighborhoods, and price points. Some are small and intimate, while others are extravagant and crowded. No matter your mood or party size, you’ll be sure to find an outdoor brunch with our guide below. (Need a spot specifically for your furry friend? We’ve got a guide for dogs too!)

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Bangin’ burgers? Check. Dog-friendly patio? Check. Our new go-to spot for a lazy day brunch? Check. Lucky Buns is the perfect spot for the weekend when you just want to roll out of bed, walk the dog, and grab a delicious burger. Read our brunch review, here. 2000 18th St NW, Washington, D.C.

A spacious patio with large umbrellas and a bottomless option? Sign us up. Whether you branch out for an Afghani meal (try the karayee) or stick to the brunch classics, there’s something for everyone here. Read the Bitches review, here . 1847 Columbia Road N.W., Washington, D.C.

Ain’t nothing sweeter than the Tupelo Honey patio in the summer. Cool off with the Mega-mosa (a 10:1 ratio of Prosecco to OJ). It was basically made for brunching Bitches. The Shoo Mercy sweet potatoes pancakes are stellar, too. Read the whole review here . 1616 North Troy St. Arlington, VA

Bravo, Brabo! Celebrate a special occasion on the upscale brick patio. The various savory waffle options on the brunch menu will blow your mind. Read the Bitches review, here . 1600 King Street, Alexandria, VA

Hummingbird is situated on a scenic outdoor terrace overlooking the waterfront outside Hotel Indigo. The upscale seafood restaurant nails the grilled octopus and hearty farm fresh salads. Grab a spiked slushee in the green courtyard before you go. Read our review, here . 220 South Union St., Alexandria, VA

Junction Bakery & Bistro

Take your pup for a walk and post up on the sidewalk outside one of our favorite bakeries. Junction is a super cute, casual spot with dynamite pastries, fresh-baked breads and savory brunch entrees. Read our full review here . 1508 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria, VA

You can literally perch atop the town on the balcony at this Bethesda spot. There’s a little something for everyone at this family-friendly restaurant. We can’t stop telling people about the pastry basket. Read the full Bitches review here . 11830 Grand Park Ave suite b, North Bethesda, MD

Okay we know that Millie’s is definitely not in Bethesda (in fact, it’s well within NW D.C. limits) but it’s worth trekking to Spring Valley to hang out on the patio here. It’s super dog- and family-friendly, there’s a walkup ice cream window, and it’s home one of our favorite summer cocktails of all time, the Triple 888 blueberry lemonade. Read the Bitches review here . 4866 Massachusetts Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Need a lowkey brunch spot? Pop a squat on one of the picnic tables on North Capitol outside The Pub and The People, one of our favorite neighborhood bars. It’s dog-friendly, come-as-you-are vibes are great for days you’re just too harried to deal. Be sure to treat yourself to a s’moreffle and a local brew. Read the Bitches review, here . 1648 N. Capitol St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

This wine bar gets seriously creative with a pizza oven. Enjoy a relaxed brunch on the ivy covered patio as you dig into a massive cinnamon bun skillet. Plus, if bottomless mimosas are getting old, you can opt for bottomless rose! Read the Bitches review here . 84 T St N.W., Washington, D.C.

Enjoy a delicious and dependable brunch from Lavagna on the intimate, dog-friendly patio. You can’t beat the locally sourced and freshly made fare from this Barracks Row staple. Choose from mascarpone pancakes, eggs Florentine, or $12 bottomless mimosas. Read our most recent review here . 539 8th St. S.E., Washington, D.C.

Intimate and palm leaf lined, the patio at Joselito is a charming way to spend your weekend afternoon. Soak in the sun with the best sangria in D.C. in hand and an assortment of family style of tapas menu items to choose from. Read the review, here. 660 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E.Washington, D.C.

Get ready for a game at the Capital One Center by enjoying brunch on the restored rooftop at Bar Deco. Bitches recommend ordering the chicken & waffles, Hot Brown Benedict, street tacos, and the French toast. Read the Bitches review here . 717 6th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Schedule a brunch date on the sexy new patio at Dirty Habit before shopping downtown. Enjoy a trendy experience coupled with strong libations and satisfying food. Sip everlasting brunch cocktails including a rotating punch and mimosas priced affordably at $16. The Bitches loved lobster poutine, Elvis French toast, and carrot cake. Check out the full review here . 555 8th St N.W., Washington, D.C.

For a parent-approved meal after church, look no further than Zaytinya for an impeccable Mediterranean brunch. The outdoor seating is equipped with a bright sculpture to set the backdrop. Zaytinya is calming and upscale with fantastic food, flavors, and service. We couldn’t get enough of the falafel burger, goat cheese loukoumades, or Duck Shakshuka. Read the review here . 701 9th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Iron Gate has one of the best and most beautiful ivy-covered patios in Washington. Bitches loved their appetizers, like the phyllo pastry, and feta bites. The lemon-ricotta pancakes and steak & eggs are solid mainstays as well. Read our latest review here . 1734 N St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Head downtown to Central for a prix fixe Sunday brunch. The pancrepes are decadent, the goat cheese Caesar is tasty, the chicken & waffles are juicy, and the frittata is refreshing. There is also French onion soup, croque madame, chocolate mousse, and much more. It’s a great spot to relax before or after a day exploring the National Mall. Read the Bitches review here –we gave it an A. 1001 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Take in all that CityCenter has to offer with a posh brunch under the bright umbrellas at Fig & Olive. Choose between the blood orange Bellini, Americano or Piscine cocktails. Keep it light with an heirloom and burrata summer salad or opt for the scrambled eggs with cremini and black trumpet mushrooms. Read about our fabulous experience here . 934 Palmer Alley NW, Washington, DC


15 Best Brunch Cocktails To Liven Up Your Daytime Soiree

These concoctions take day-drinking to the next level.

Spring is the season of brunch, and no brunch party is complete without the perfect drink. In fact, pins for brunch cocktails are up 117% this spring, according to Pinterest, with people looking for new ways to enjoy the sunny days ahead.

Here, 15 sweet drinks to take your next brunch fête up a notch.

In this refreshing drink, fresh lemon, lime and melon add a nice fruity flavor to vodka, rosé and Elderflower liqueur.

Skip the oranges and opt for thyme-flavored syrup and juicy peaches for a new spin on your favorite brunch drink.

Light, pretty and perfectly sweet, these margaritas will win you over with their fresh, minty flavor.

Sweet kiwi adds a kick to this green cocktail, also featuring gin, Elderflower Liqueur and lime juice.

Take your favorite bottle of bubbly to the next level, with tart pomegranate juice and a sprig of rosemary.

This fun update on the Moscow Mule swaps vanilla whisky for vodka, making for a bold Crème Brulee-like aftertaste. Yum!

This recipe is the ultimate fruit salad in a drink. Combine the Pimm's, gin, curaçao and lemon juice in a wine glass and stir to blend. Top with ginger beer and garnish with fresh fruit and greenery.

.25 ounce fresh lemon juice

Thinly sliced cucumbers and assorted fresh fruit

Excerpted from "Day Drinking" by Kat Odell (Workman Publishing). Copyright © 2017.



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