Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, Grinder – Whatever app you choose, bottomless mimosas at The Winslow are the best way to impress on a first date. b“Do you mean we’ll impress them by the quality of the mimosas or the quantity of how much we can drink?” We’ll let you decide. At $15 with any entrée, you can’t go wrong with endless mimosas.
5 Reasons Brunch with Bottomless Mimosas Makes the Best First Date
The sun is shining. The birds are chirping. Maybe you’re slightly annoyed by both because you’re still nursing a slight hangover. Either way, these aren’t the mimosas and rubber egg buffets from your college years. If they complain about our artisanal dishes and botanical cocktails, you’ll know the date was doomed from the start.
1. Time is on Your Side
Whether you find yourself on the date of your dreams or nightmares, time is on your side. Start with a single mimosa for $4. If things seem to be going smoothly, upgrade to entrées and the bottomless option. You can even take a nice stroll through Gramercy Park when you’ve had your fill at The Winslow – we’re less than a 10-minute walk away. If the date doesn’t go as you hoped, feel free to blame your departure on our 1.5-hour bottomless mimosa time limit. We’re here for you.
2. Brunch in East Village is the Perfect Medium Between Coffee and Dinner
Coffee dates somehow manage to be simultaneously too professional and too casual. While low pressure, coffee dates almost feel more like a meeting with a coworker than an actual date. Meanwhile, dinner dates in NYC are pricey, and – let’s be honest – often stuffy. Brunch has something for everyone. Will he choose an Irish coffee, bloody Mary, or a gin cocktail? It’s full of surprises.
3. There’s Less Pressure
You know NYC – Dinner in this city is high-pressure. Plus, dinner is naturally intimate: It’s just the two of you at a dimly lit table with a bottle of wine. That’s a lot of pressure and awkwardness if your date looks nothing like their photos or you two just don’t get along. Brunch is a much lighter affair.
4. You Can See Each Other’s True Colors
With less pressure (and more sunlight), the two of you will no doubt have your guards down a little more than usual. Instead of brushing the surface with mind-numbing small talk, you can talk about your favorite classic novel and theories of existence. Or just talk about the crazy NY weather. That’s fine too.
5. Who Doesn’t Love a Whimsical Brunch Spread?
No one wants to tell the kids their parents met at some dive bar where activities of questionable legality are a regular occurrence. Brunch at The Winslow gives you avocado toast and maple syrup so you can have a first date straight out of a fairytale.
Keeping it Classy with Bottomless Mimosas at Brunch in East Village
Some crowds give brunch a bad reputation. The Winslow changed that. We’re open for brunch with a full menu/bar and ready to host your best first date ever.