New York City is chock full of great places to enjoy a cold brew with some delicious morsels in hopes that you will have a great time with your friends and family all year round. One place that has that and so much more, is the quaint and lovely Randolph Beer, which is located in the heart of NoLita on Broome Street between Bowery and Elizabeth. A short trip off the J and Z line, Randolph Beer is a great spot to hit up on the weekends for Brunch and dinner during the week, as it evokes a great energy of people in its establishment with the pairing of food and drink to go along with.
The location itself has a very rustic type of feel to it, with wood furnishings adorned throughout. A recent pic for “Places to Eat Al Fresco”, by our site Manhattan Digest, Randolph Beer has some great outdoor patio seating that will bode very well with the warmer weather ahead. Unfortunately, as Mother Nature wants to play some silly mind games on us this spring, the nasty weather yesterday didn’t call for anyone to be outside, so we were still pleasantly surprised with how beautiful the inside was and the great service that was provided.
The Brunch Menu this past Saturday was quite decadent, and not pages and pages long which can get frustrating and annoying when trying to figure out what to eat. They kept theirs one page, and it was full of delicious treats to try. I for one, am not much of a drinker, but their Brunch Punch and Mimosa hit the spot, as one should in any Brunch setting. For starters, I would recommend their Biscuit N’ Fixins as the doughiness of the biscuits with the sweetness of the jams provided are a great way to start the meal.
For their mains, there are two that we definitely recommend to hit the spot in terms of flavor and execution. Their Fried Chicken Sandwich, with bacon of course, is a great choice to enjoy at Brunch time. The combination of the fried chicken with the Southern Coleslaw and House Made Aoili really packed a punch and paired well with the fries. Another great choice, pictured below, is their Garden Burger, which is a housemade veggie patty with feta-goat cheese, avocado and a side salad. This is a good choice if you are watching the calories yet still want to be filled up with something tasty. Overall, a great brunch menu and location that I recommend you trying out.
For more information on Randolph Beer, check out their official site.