Your friend is dog-sitting in Brookhaven for the weekend and bribes you to come meet them for brunch. Put on something that isn’t sweatpants and head to Haven. It’s a nicer spot on a quiet street, but it’s always packed on the weekends. If you didn’t make a reservation, you might have to wait a bit, so grab a mimosa and take that time to look over the long menu. They have breakfast classics like eggs Benedict and a smoked salmon bagel, but if you’re more in a lunch mood, go for the fried chicken sandwich.
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