Brunch Club

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Where Have All the Clubbers Gone?

I know times are hard. Gas prices are up and the bird flu is flying this way, but why neglect the brunch club blog in this time of uncertainty? It is precisely in these instances when we need to cling to what we hold dear. Myself, I cling to honey-flavored peanut butter straight from the jar mixed with chocolate ice cream.... and brunch club.

Cling with me. Post on the blog. Invite me places.



  • Hi Erica! I'll invite you someplace! How about Home at 20 Cornelia Street this Sunday? it keeps getting reviewed as one of the best brunch places. i walked by today and learned they have a garden out back, though I didn't *actually* see it. I also learned that they will accomodate large groups if we reserve in advance. How do people feel about this as a post-Adam-birthday brunch spot? mmm, May brunch in a West Village garden!

    By Blogger SaraS, at 5/03/2006 04:08:00 PM  

  • That is exactly the sort of Sex-In-The-City/ Urban Planning/ Brunch Club experience I was looking for. We can't let this gem pass us by.

    I'm in.

    By Blogger Erica Sims, at 5/03/2006 04:26:00 PM  

  • absolutely, my friends. it will be my triumphant return to brunch club after an extended hiatus. i think it is fitting, as well, that we have a west village brunch in honor of the late urban heroine jane jacobs, who passed away last week and who once lived on hudson st.

    hope to see you all sat night too!

    By Blogger amarc, at 5/03/2006 04:36:00 PM  

  • don't all heroines hail from the west village? queens don't come from queens, after all.

    HOME is lovely. make sure you all receive your free polar bear bravery pins if you eat in the garden.

    luxmundito, wurmie and I have been having a fine time up here in the odious tower. let's all hear it for stockholm syndrome! we're bosom buddies these days.

    By Anonymous triplepowerfulinvisiblespirit, at 5/04/2006 05:02:00 PM  

  • yoni and i (and possibly aaron) are totally down for an urban studies spring brunch in the garden at home.

    now, the question is, will the hell's kitchen clubbers be able to make it ALL the way to the west village. yeah, that's right, you heard me. and where has ricky gone? very mysterious.

    By Blogger paulwoody, at 5/05/2006 09:31:00 AM  

  • even if i'm the only hells kitchen voyager, i'll be there. how could i miss my darling's birthday brunch?
    i've missed you bc - DC has NOTHING on NYC.

    By Blogger Annette, at 5/06/2006 05:06:00 PM  

  • erica - we clung, we partied, we brunched... where were you?

    did you fall into a hole with your honey flavored peanut butter?

    By Blogger Annette, at 5/08/2006 12:34:00 PM  

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