Clandestine brunch oasis tucked in the back of a Lower East Side alley.
Freeman’s, if you can find it (it’s hidden at the end of Freeman’s Alley, near Rivington St.) offers a wide array of specialty cocktails and unorthodox dishes to liven up your brunch experience this sunday. The dining room is a hipster’s dream, filled with taxidermy, hardwood tables and dusty bookshelves. The menu features deliciously rustic fare like stewed plums with Greek yogurt and vanilla syrup, or a simple pulled pork sandwich.
The bar scene at Freeman’s- though much more crowded and racous than Sunday brunch- is a damn good time, as well.
8 Rivington St
New York, NY 10002