Trans-Atlantic boozy brunch-off: two new Sunday brunches

For a country that loves Sunday brunch, we’re definitely not short of options when it comes to everything eggy and delicious. With these two new options, it seems like the scene just got a little more decadent. 

Come August 10, Manhattan rolls out a four-hour adults-only cocktail brunch at a cool $150 per person. This New York-style spread gets you a luxurious buffet with American classics like silver dollar pancakes with caramelized apples and bourbon maple syrup; an oyster and seafood bar with prawns and American oysters; an artisanal cheese room; and all-American classics like pulled pork sliders, bagels and NY strip steak. There’s also free-flow beers, wines and cocktails like the Old Cuban, Sunday Spritz, Ward Eight and Bellinis. The best part is the build-your-own Bloody Mary cart courtesy of head bartender Ricky Paiva.

Repping the folks across the pond is Oxwell & Co.‘s Sunday Roast that goes for $47 for two-courses and $55 for a three-course meal. It includes good old English classic like chip butties, roast pork belly with cider sauce, roast beef sirloin with Yorkshire pudding and gravy, as well as apple pie a la mode and sides of roast potatoes, carrots and mushrooms.