The sun is shining, the birds are chirping…and if we don’t get some eggs Benedict immediately, it’s not going to be pretty. Here’s where to get your brunch fix and your daily vitamin D all at once.

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Seamore’s

Seamore’s

Excellent news: One of our favorite spots for fish tacos and ’gram-worthy vibes just opened a second location. And we can’t wait to post up on the sidewalk café with an adobo shrimp breakfast burrito (followed by some pink-lemonade soft serve).

161 Eighth Ave.; 212-597-9222 or seamores.com

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Loosie’s Cafe

Loosie’s Café

You know the adorable, southern-tinged Williamsburg eatery Loosie’s Kitchen? Its patio has been reborn as an all-day café with a biscuit sandwich, healthy grain bowls, matcha doughnuts and the perfect mosaic backdrop for your Saturday day-drinking sesh.

93 South Sixth St., Brooklyn; loosiescafe.com

Faun

Faun

Come on, try and tell us that lush, leafy garden doesn’t look inviting. Order some popovers with orange marmalade, an order of breakfast carbonara with housemade pasta and a Bellini and forget that it’ll ever be winter again. 

606 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn; 718-576-6120 or faun.nyc

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Michael Tulipan

Miss Ada

This modern-Israeli newcomer doesn’t officially launch brunch until next weekend, but we’re counting the days until we can chow down on shakshuka next to the backyard herb garden.

184 Dekalb Ave., Brooklyn; 917-909-1023 or missadanyc.com

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Left Bank

Left Bank

The West Village: Come for the people-watching, stay for the world’s fluffiest Dutch baby pancake at this charming neighborhood spot.

117 Perry St.; 212-727-1170 or leftbanknewyork.com

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Sunday in Brooklyn

True to its name, this Williamsburg eatery knows its way around a brunch menu, with options like charred avocado toast and a Champagne Problems cocktail with beets and grapefruit aperitif. Oh, and there’s a pretty delightful rooftop situation, too.

348 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn; sundayinbrooklyn.com

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