Sunday is a day that New York City restaurant veterans Todd Enany, Adam Landsman, and Chef Jaime Young never took for granted.
After long work weeks in restaurants, Sunday became a day to celebrate the city’s food and drink with family and friends. Sunday was about exploring their neighborhood, Brooklyn, for the best breakfast sandwich, negroni, fried chicken, natural wine, or cup of coffee. At Sunday, you can find the best version of their favorites served any day with a neighborly welcome.
Sunday in Brooklyn is a neighborhood restaurant near Domino Park that cares deeply about what and who we serve, offering breakfast, brunch, and dinner 7 days a week.
The three-story sun-drenched corner building offers a multitude of experiences for each season and time of day. In the warmer months, guests bask in the sidewalk cafe or the open-air kitchen which extends the outdoors throughout the ground floor. In the cooler months, wood-burning ovens in each dining space, provide warmth and social gathering places.
In the morning or afternoon, grab a quick coffee, matcha, sandwich or pastry from the Take-Away Window. Belly up to the solid-plank walnut bar top any time for a glass of natural wine or an easy drinking seasonal cocktail (though we tend to end our nights with a simple High Life). Go all out with a full brunch, including Hazelnut-Maple Praline Pancakes for the table. Meet your family, friends, and first date for dinner to graze over vegetables from our forager and farmer friends, seafood from our local fishmonger, and responsibly sourced meat.
Any day and any time you will be welcomed, as a neighbor, with a hug, so come celebrate Sunday every day with us.