One of the things NYC does very well is brunch. It’s something that every New Yorker loves to do whether its an all you can drink boozy brunch with friends, a fancy brunch at one of the city’s fine dining restaurants, or a celeb spotting brunch at a famous “to-be-seen” restaurant hoping to get a seat next to Uma Thurman (yes! that happened to me!). Regardless of where you go, NYC’s restaurants produce some of the most delicious, satisfying breakfasts around. However, New York in January is cold and windy, and if it’s not snowing it’s sleet-raining. We’re even dealing with the newly-branded “Polar Vortex”! It’s not even the end of the month yet and I’ve gone through approximately 3 umbrellas and the rubber on my Hunter rain-boots is starting to disintegrate! So this weekend instead of schlepping through this nasty weather with my weekend wine headache, rain boots, and broken umbrella, I thought it would be a bright idea to cook brunch in! Besides, all those years attending Lehigh University’s pre-football morning cocktails taught me how to make a mean mimosa, and I am doing this whole food blog thing – What do I have to lose?