3.14.2011

Dumont, Au Revoir

Goodbyes are so hard, but they hurt much less when you're sitting at a table full of bloody marys, huevos rancheros, french toast and friends. Sunday's brunch was a temporary farewell to Sir Clancy, who is traveling to the fair midwest for a 6-week run in a play about female scientists (there should be more of these, by the way), so a brunch was in order to send him off properly!

Dumont, a cozy and perpetually crowded joint in Williamsburg, serves up delicious comfort food (think Gruyère mac and cheese, fluffy omelets with feta and roasted pepper, classic burgers with homemade pickles, roasted beet salad) and may have the most perfect backyard garden ever. Thus, it's always crowded. If you're going during prime brunch or dinner time, reservations should be made. And once you're in, you'll see why it's the perfect spot to spend a few quality Sunday hours, for a quick hello or a long au revoir.

Warm french toast with blackberries.

SYRUP! (hopefully, real maple from Vermont)

The reason for brunch, Sir Clancy

Brunch people! LZO

Naveen, always keeping it classy.

1 comment:

Fresh Garden said...

That's inspiring, absolutely fantastic!