SANTO PARQUE CLOSED 114 Photos & 31 Reviews 232 N 12th St, Brooklyn, NY

This amazing newcomer, which debuted in late 2021, has a superb daytime menu, exceptional pastries, and a welcoming, pleasant atmosphere. Get a cinnamon bun or mimosa at Leland Eating and Drinking House, or combine the two for a delightful weekend brunch. Brooklyn is well-known for its tasty hotdogs, bagels, pizza, and cheesecake, but brunch here is a mix of otherworldly fares that will pleasantly surprise you. As they say in Brazil, “Saúde!” Transport yourself to the gorgeous shores of the country so rich in culinary delights at Santo Parque. The Williamsburg haven brings equal parts chill vibes and top level culinary standards to give you a dinner your palate will swoon over for days after your meal.

There are several sandwich options available for both breakfast and lunch, whether you’re a vegetarian, a meat lover, or somewhere in between. A laid-back Greenpoint restaurant called Five Leaves serves brunch selections and New American cuisine with an Australian flair. Santo Parque is a vast and welcoming restaurant and pub that first opened in 2021 and serves Brazilian comfort food along with house drinks, wine, and beer. Delicious Hungarian-Austrian Jewish food is served for breakfast and lunch at Agi’s Counter, a relaxed cafe in Crown Heights. This city is brimming with all-day brunch spots, where you can have a relaxed weekday gathering or a big, all-out weekend brunch to commemorate something special.

A rotating lineup of comedians entertain guests while Santo Parque serves up their delicious cocktails. If you’re looking for a unique midday meal, the PDQ Benedict is a Brazilian take on the classic dish, instead made with pão de queijo topped with poached eggs and spicy malagueta sauce. In addition to a substantial weekend brunch, Mominette offers a daily lunch menu that includes a wide variety of egg-centric alternatives and waffles to sate your weekday brunch cravings.

Chocolate brownies and flan with seasonal fruits are among the desserts. One of Parque’s runaway standouts swaps all that porcine perfection for seafood. The bora bora vs maldives vs fiji moqueca ($26) arrives absent any fiery flavor from the kitchen. Instead, it’s served with a shot of malagueta hot sauce on the side for DIY-intensity.

Santo Parque’s PDQ forms two types of yucca flour and its secret cheese blend into a muffin shape with a satisfying pull. A trio of accompanying spreads includes a sensational house made ‘nduja. The rich, salty spiced pork brilliantly factors into a number of dishes to follow. The dishes are sizable, the service is friendly and gracious, and the menu, which features classics like fried chicken and waffles and French toast, is fantastic.

A small restaurant that opened its doors at the beginning of the 2020 shutdown, has since connected with its community and quickly became a neighborhood favorite. Located at 232 N 12th Street in Williamsburg and is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday from 5pm to 10pm and for brunch Saturday from 11am to 5pm and Sunday from 11am to 7pm. By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice.

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