Sunday Brunch

Dressing up for Sundays is just one of those things mama taught you. Do her proud and keep the traditions at these chic eateries where a delectable late-morning feast will be served with first-class mimosas. Hey, bring mom while you’re at it. (Reservations recommended.)

Allegria Hotel Long Beach
(516) 992-3730,
Atlantica offers both a chic, modern ambiance and spectacular ocean views as the setting for their Sunday brunches, happening from 11:30am-3:30pm.

Bistro Cassis
Wall St, Huntington
(631) 421-4122,
Authentic French cuisine is the name of the game here, and this influence is seen in the brunch menu’s salads, sandwiches and other bites.

Northern Blvd, Roslyn
(516) 869-8989,
This Mediterranean hotspot has two seatings for Sunday brunch: 11:30am and 1:30pm. While the usual fare is available, they also offer innovative spins on such European dishes as paella and moussaka. Sometimes, they even roast lamb on the spit right outside.

Milk and Sugar Café
Main St, Bay Shore
(631) 969-3655,
Marrying flavors with ambiance, Milk and Sugar offers a classic Sunday brunch from 9am-2pm (last seating at 1:30pm), in their upscale but comfortable dining room sporting comfy couches.

Garden City Hotel
(516) 747-3000,
Rein has one of the most sumptuous Sunday brunch menus on the Island—sushi, shellfish, carved meats, pasta, omelets, waffles and so much more. Happening from 12-5pm.

Franklin Ave, Garden City
(516) 877-2177,
This Belgian bistro has brunch with a European slant Saturday and Sunday from 12-3pm. Waffles (of course) abound, along with a formidable selection of mussel varieties and preparations, sandwiches and more.