The Best Brunch Spots In Brooklyn's Crown Heights, New York

Photo of Kaycia Sailsman
25 October 2016

Brooklyn is becoming the hippest and most popular area to live and hang out in. It offers a different vibe that is immediately felt after getting off the train in any Brooklyn neighborhood. A trip on the subway can open your eyes and palate to the multitude of cultures that reside in these diverse areas. Here, we bring you the top five dining establishments for brunch in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights neighborhood.

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Richol Bakery

Enjoy the French ambiance and delicious croissants at Richol Bakery, dedicated to “exquisite style French-styled baked goods” according to their website. If you happen to take a trip out to the locale, try their pineapple croissant, almond croissant, and cheese Danish. The friendly wait staff will ensure a memorable experience that will keep you coming back for more.

Blue Bottle, Kyoto Style Ice Coffee | © Kenny Louie/Flickr


A cozy place with the best cold brewed coffee you have ever tasted, Tinto also serves tea, ice cream and frozen yogurt, and breakfast and brunch, all at a reasonable price. You have the option of dining in or taking your meal to go, but the friendliness of the staff will definitely make you stay.

Voodoo Bloody Mary | © Susan Lucas Hoffman/Flickr


If you want some shrimp and grits, Voodoo Bloody Mary, and crawfish mac and cheese, you have come to the right place. Catfish is the place for when you want to satisfy your New Orleans food cravings. Nestled in the Prospect Place area, you are sure to find what you need at a reasonable price. A casual setting with light background music sets the atmosphere for an evening out with your friends or family.

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Just Great Food

Get a taste of West Indian escovich fish, curry chicken, and oxtails here. A new restaurant located on St. Johns Place between Utica and Rochester, Just Great Food caters to those who long for a taste of home and for those who want to branch out and expand their palate. Aside from the carnivorous options they also offer side dishes like macaroni pie, plantains, steamed vegetables, tossed salad, and coleslaw.

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A warm and friendly atmosphere at a moderate price is what Tom’s is all about. When you get there, ask about their pancakes with their different flavors of butter. Along with the amazing pancakes, the great service that is provided by the workers makes patrons feel right at home. Be aware that the establishment gets packed. However, do not let that discourage you; the staff gets the line moving swiftly and when you taste the food, you will be glad you stayed.

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