Nothing could be better than soft-shell crab Benedict on an easy Sunday morning — and Pinefish restaurateur Peter Dissin agrees. One year after opening his seafood-focused Midtown Village restaurant, Dissin is rolling out brunch service.
Every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., you’ll be able to get that crab Benedict — plus fruity house-made waffles, Nicoise salad with fresh seared tuna, bagels topped with bacon, egg, and cheese or nova lox, and, of course, omelettes filled with just about any ingredient on the restaurant’s menu.
They’re also offering guests the chance to reserve a Sunday morning table in advance, taking the one downside of brunch — standing in line for half an hour to get a table while you’re still hung over from the night before — out of the equation.
Speaking of booze, Pinefish has that covered: they’ll be offering a variety of brunch cocktails and mimosas, as well as specialty Bloody Marys festooned with celery, pepperoncini, bacon and oysters.
Dissin also plans to open the restaurant for brunch and lunch service on Fridays and Saturdays later this spring.