With Covid-19 keeping everyone stuck in quarantine, people are itching for an excuse to leave the house. And what better excuse could there be than a lovely walk in the park? Maybe a brunch picnic in the park.
For the past seven years, The Winslow Gin House & Eatery has been serving up a fantastic and boozy brunch to the people of New York. Listed as the 2nd best brunch near Union Square, The Winslow provides a brunch that fills the stomach and warms the heart. With bottomless mimosas, new gin cocktails, and food to die for, The Winslow will keep you coming back for more.
Less than ¼ of a mile away from Gramercy Park, The Winslow is in the perfect location for anyone to stop by, grab a drink, and enjoy the outdoors.
Brunch is Brew-tiful at the Winslow
If you are looking to explore and adventure in New York, then there is no better place to start than The Winslow Gin House and Eatery.
Are you at your wit’s end trying to find an affordable and tasty brunch in New York? The Winslow Gin House & Eatery is here to save the day. Let’s face it folks, sometimes champagne and waffles are better than cereal and coffee. Beverage Director and GM, Cait Moorhead, and Executive Chef, Nathan Pauley, have developed a brunch menu that will blow everyone away. For comfort food favorites, we have Chicken & Waffles, a Mini Irish Breakfast, and Waffles Bec, all of which are priced under $20.00. Drinks consist of cocktails for $9.00 and bottomless mimosas for $15.00 for one and a half hours of service.
This killer brunch combination is provided every Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 4 PM. All of this you can enjoy at The Winslow in the outdoor seating area or you can take it away for a picnic with friends and family at the historic Gramercy Park.
Saturday in the Park, Just You and I
There are many parks in New York that are perfect for a picnic brunch, but none quite so perfect as Gramercy Park, which is located less than two blocks from The Winslow Gin House & Eatery.
Located in the Gramercy Park Historic District, Gramercy Park is a beautiful place to sit back and relax during the pandemic. While the park itself is private, its outer regions are popular with joggers, dog walkers, and area residents looking to spend a day in the open air. Founded in 1831 by Samuel B. Ruggles, Gramercy Park is one of the first attempts at City Planning in New York City. Host to several historical events and many of the city’s charities, Gramercy Park is an integral part of our Nation’s past, present, and future.
Gramercy Park, at its core, is the center for good works and good times in New York. If you wish to make some notable memories of your own, stop by with your to-go brunch from the Winslow Gin House & Eatery. It will be a picnic experience you will never forget.