Waffles Deals in New York
Brunch usually is served from breakfast time until well after lunch, whereas dinner is served only when the lab technician rings that little bell. Ignore Pavlov and eat when you want with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $19.99 for brunch for two (up to a $48 value) $38.99 for brunch for four (up to a $96 value Each diner receives one entree (up to a $12 value) and one cocktail (up to a $12 value). Brunch options include whole-wheat honey-pecan waffles drenched in real maple syrup ($8) and a spanish frittata with onions, mushrooms, and red and green peppers ...
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Featured on the Food Network and written up in New York Magazine and Time Out New York, the culinary guru behind this Zagat-rated spot had one idea in mind and absolutely crushed it: a full-service restaurant that does the best sliders, shakes, and cannoli. • $20 ($40 value) for 2 orders of gourmet sliders + 2 soft drinks or a shared side • $15 ($30 value) for 2 orders of lunch sliders + 2 sides • $20 ($40 value) for 2 brunch entrées + 2 cocktails A Tasty Feast for Two Come by for dinner, and you and your dining partner will enjoy gourmet sliders topped with Montauk lobster, seared tuna, tender lamb, smoked duck, or juicy beef. Or, swing by on the weekend for brunch and savor breakfast sliders, hearty omelets, or waffles with caramelized pears. SLIDE's Website | Facebook
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per customer per visit • Entire value must be used in a single visit • Alcohol has not been discounted more than 50%
Even us Yankees sometimes get a longing for the savory culinary creations of the South. Nourish your soul with the down-home fare at this charming café located among the brownstones of Bed-Stuy: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink • Opens daily for breakfast; serves sandwiches and more until 5 p.m. • Weekend brunch: the chicken 'n' waffles will motivate you to get out of bed Favorites from Below the Mason-Dixon Order up comforting grub like buttermilk biscuits with eggs and cheese or sweet butter, crispy battered-fried chicken, and fresh organic salads. Wash it all down with a glass of Ms. Dahlia's famous cucumber lemonade or a made-to-order juice. After a night out, nothing refreshes like the Hangover Killer with carrots, lemons, and apples. Enjoy your cuisine inside the café or take it to go. Ms. Dahlia's Cafe's Website | Facebook
The idea of breakfast all day is a glorious concept not wasted on us. If we could, we'd have breakfast items for just about every meal. Not surprisingly, there are a number of establishment that share our mindset, including Waffle & Wolf in Williamsburg. The guys behind it are doing things with waffles that no ordinary Eggo can achieve. Taking the concept of breakfast sandwiches to the extreme, Waffle & Wolf folds in delicious, exotic "cravings" to its fluffy, doughy waffles (two of which are gluten-free). The result is a dish that transitions flawlessly from breakfast to lunch to dinner to I'm-just-really-hungry. While the waffles themselves come in three basic varieties (regular, buckwheat or cornbread), the mix-in options are nearly limitless and include everything from feta cheese and horseradish yogurt to Nutella and lemon mascarpone. Or trust the masters and go with one of the shops own combos, like the No. 29, served up with smoked salmon, lemon-dill-caper cream cheese, spinach and red onion. Regardless of ingredients, though, rest assured that it's made in-house, right when you order it (this is Williamsburg after all), so freshness is guaranteed. This spot also offers up sides like homemade kale chips and spiced chocolate pudding, as well as a bevy of fresh-squeezed and pressed juices. Because a mid-afternoon gourmet waffle snack definitely deserves a hand-pressed juice. Menu Highlights: Bacon, Peanut Butter, Banana, Caramel, $10.25 Walnuts, Goat Cheese, Apples, Lavender-Honey, $10 Chicken, Avocado, Cheddar, Salsa, $11.75 Smoked Salmon, Lemon-Dill-Caper Cream Cheese, Spinach, Red Onion, $12.75 Hours: Daily, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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