During the week, Dutch spot Winkel serves its entire breakfast menu a la carte - with things like shakshuka, fried French toast, and a rabbit frittata. On the weekend, though, they do a $25 pre-fixe brunch where you can bring your own champagne (they’ll supply the OJ). You’ll get grilled bread and jam, as much coffee or tea as you’d like, and your choice of entree from their weekday menu.
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