Cuisine: French (Bistro)
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For a Sunday brunch that can’t be beat, make the trip to Juliette, located just a couple of blocks from the Bedford Avenue L train (Bedford and North 5th Street). The atmosphere will practically dazzle you—I felt as though I had slipped from states-side to a classy Paris bistro. The main dining room is illuminated by natural light through a greenhouse- style ceiling with potted vines trailing down from above, which gives the place a romantic, old-country feel. There is also a beautiful outdoor dining patio on the roof, which is open during the warm seasons.Review By: Sara Bartley
The service is snappy, friendly, and very helpful. I was impressed with how quickly everyone in our large party was served. The brunch is certainly the highlight of the restaurant, with options in the $11-$14 range. The Tunisian Breakfast ($12) is an excellent option: it comes with two fried farm eggs, toasted semolina bread, chickpeas, wilted spinach, piquillo pepper & harissa (a delicious spicy sauce). For a distinctly French experience, try the Croque-Monsieur, a ham & swiss cheese on homemade brioche (with home fries), or the Croque-Madame (comes with an egg). My personal favorite is the Roasted Banana French Toast ($13), which is a French toast that has somehow been stuffed with roasted bananas, candied, toasted walnuts and homemade maple syrup. My mouth waters just thinking of it!
For a fancy drink, I recommend the L’Orange Juliette (Solerno blood orange, Amaretto, Frangelico, fresh orange juice and club soda). The chic setting and the service here definitely make it worth every penny. Bon appetit!
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