Friday, January 12, 2007

ladies of leisure

so every weekend i do brunch with the ladies.

and by ladies, i mean five of my closest gay guy friends.

and we've started a new neighborhood brunch theme entitled: the all-y'all-biatches-have-to-come-to-me brunch series.

we all live in different parts of town, some even outside manhattan (scary!) and so for the next six weeks we're going to do a brunch place that's in each of our neighborhoods so at least one of us doesn't have to travel great distances to get there in the am.

the problem? i'm not sure there are ANY brunches in washington heights. or the "WaHi" that i hear people are calling it nowadays.

maybe we can eat fried pigs heart from one of the chimichurry fritura trucks.

...or maybe not.

10 people who played with me:

Blogger The Stormin Mormon said...


The guys and I seriously have a "delicious pancake breakfast" that is held at this tiny cafe in Des Moines where the pancakes are truly breathtaking and we go their every Saturday morning... It's been four months, and I think we're regulars. Sadly enough my favorite waitress is leaving for another job. But it's OK, because we are actually now close friends and hang out all the time.

It's odd when you associate with the staff outside of the restaurant, and then go in and they have to be your server...

1/11/2007 11:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you one who would/could cook brunch?

1/12/2007 7:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the only problem i have with brunch is that it usually begins in the A.M.

however, brunchfood is among the best around. happy lunching, chicas.

1/12/2007 12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do new Yorkers shorten everything? Is it supposed to make up for the long commutes or something?

1/12/2007 7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

comment from the flickr link i'm pasting below:
"Ohhh, also! The New Leaf Cafe located in Fort Tryon Park, just south of the Cloisters! Their brunches are divine. Not cheap, but not ridiculously overpriced, either."

1/12/2007 7:43 PM  
Anonymous Tony said...

Cafe Colonial on Houston is a recent but very good find; that's if you can drag yourselves away from the fried pigs heart.

1/13/2007 6:48 PM  
Anonymous ale said...

oh come on jazz, i'm sure you have gems of places near you! you just have to hablar with the locos! i mean LOCALS

1/14/2007 11:29 AM  
Blogger Nadia said...

Fried pigs heart?!

Why bother going anywhere else, really...

1/14/2007 8:53 PM  
Blogger omar said...

Yeah, who doesn't love a good fried pig heart? With ketchup.

1/15/2007 1:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Inspired by BedSty methinks...

1/18/2007 9:16 PM  

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