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Week of 10/04 ONE+ONE ARCHIve

Andanada

THE PLACE

Andanada is a beautiful Spanish restaurant on the Upper West Side and it recently was awarded a Michelin star. Brunch is particularly memorable, as every Sunday at noon you can enjoy a live Flamenco show. Sit in the main dining room next to the massive mural of a matador and bull, or score the tables in the back if you have a large group and want to dine under the skylight.

What to Eat

Start with the Fried Artichokes with Grated Manchego Cheese, and then move onto the Calamari Sandwich. For something more traditional, the Huevos Iberico Benedict will leave you happy and satisfied. It's made with soft-cooked eggs on brioche toast, minced chorizo and topped with Hollandaise sauce.

What to Drink

You're going to want to opt for the sangria and there's no need to stop at just one. For an additional $20, you can enjoy Unlimited glasses of sangria (and mimosas).

Reservation Policy

Brunch reservations are accepted.

Accept ReservationsCritic's PickDrinks -UnlimitedGood for EventsGood for GroupsLive MusicLunchie ItemsOpen LateOpen on SaturdayPancakesTrendyUpscale

Miss Favela

THE PLACE

Miss Favela is the ultimate Brazilian brunch party spot. Saturdays are known for its Samba Brunch that comes complete with a live, 4-piece band that starts at 2pm. Bring your dancing shoes, because if you aren't on your feet you'll be the only person who isn't.

What to Eat

When in Brazil do as the Brazilians do. Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil, and is a stew of beans and meat. Miss Favela makes theirs with beef jerky, pork, Brazilian and Portuguese sausages, and is served with white rice, collard greens, farofa, slices of orange and country vinaigrette. For something more classic American, opt for the the Rabanada (Brazilian style french toast).

What to Drink

When celebrating Brazilian-style, there's only one way to go, and that's the way of the caipirinha. Made with cachaca, lime, sugar and ice, it's the drink of Brazil.

Reservation Policy

Brunch reservations are accepted and recommended.

Accept ReservationsGood for GroupsOpen LateOpen on Saturday
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