Freehold Brunch

Freehold Brunch

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The word “brunch” holds a special meaning in the hearts of New Yorkers. Brunch is a weekly tradition for those who live in the city, typically celebrated on Sunday with a good group of friends. There are places all over Manhattan that offer a tasty meal and cocktails to beat the “Sunday scaries.” But head down to Brooklyn and you’ll find  Freehold - the refined yet urban restaurant that can do it all.

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This well-rounded restaurant checks most of the boxes one looks for in choosing a place to eat, drink, and have a good time. The Freehold has mastered creating a space that has a unique aesthetic and artistic feel. While the Freehold operates day-to-day as a restaurant, coffee shop, and bar, special events offer live music, dancing, and special performances that transform the space from day to night.  Sundays at the Freehold usually start off quiet as guests gather for brunch and by mid afternoon- the music turns on.

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Known for their savory dishes, the Freehold recently unveiled their newest brunch menu.  The selection offers gourmet dishes of both breakfast and lunch favorites such as the “Smoked Salmon Scramble,” cooked over an English muffin; the “Brunch Burger,” a ground patty stacked with Munster cheese, fried egg, and the works, and a simple egg platter, scrambled with meat and made to perfection.  Yummy vegetarian options now include the “Housemade Yogurt”, with berries, granola, and honey, the “Everything Salad”, and a plant-based veggie burger named the “Impossible.”

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Also introduced were a range of cocktails perfectly crafted for the afternoon.  The “Dirty Chai” tastes of chai, cinnamon, and tequila. A fruitier choice is the “Bloodhound,”a vodka-based drink disguised with a splash of grapefruit.

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To celebrate, The Freehold generously hosted an intimate brunch in their private dining space.  Tables were served courses of each dish, family-style to share and taste throughout the course of the afternoon.  Both the food and cocktails were well received by guests, leaving no plate untouched. Overall, the event was very successful in launching their new menu.

Heading to Brooklyn? Make sure to stop by the Freehold to check out their new menu.  Or make a trip; it will be well worth it. Brunch at the Freehold is served both Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 4pm.

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