There is more to brunch at Bar Virage than just mimosas

Bar Virage is the restaurant that every neighborhood in NYC needs. The friendly service, delicious food and consistent coffee refill during brunch are all things you can depend on here. You'll also fall in love with the giant bar that encompasses the center of the room where you'll find East Villagers during happy hour and the floor to ceiling windows that are made for people watching. My favorite time to come here is for brunch when you can score bottomless mimosas, nibble on the complimentary blueberry muffins and use your pita bread to scoop every last bit of the delicious tangy shakshuka. After your first visit to Bar Virage you will fast discover why you'll return here over and over again.

See past posts on Bar Virage here

Labne with pita bread

Labne with pita bread

Virage Rancheros- 2 eggs, red & black beans, matbucha, salsa verde, pita

Virage Rancheros- 2 eggs, red & black beans, matbucha, salsa verde, pita

Sabich platter- tahini, hummus, boiled eggs, tomato, eggplant, onions

Sabich platter- tahini, hummus, boiled eggs, tomato, eggplant, onions

Shakshuka- Baked eggs and a spicy tomato onion sauce, tahini

Shakshuka- Baked eggs and a spicy tomato onion sauce, tahini

Favorites

1. Labne- The olive oil and seasoning on the labne is delicious. It's tangy with a little kick from the za'atar which is how I like to eat this dish.

2. Shakshuka- I LOVED this dish! The tomatoes were tangy, the goat cheese was a great addition to the dish and the combination worked together really well. This is a very comfort food kind of plate.

3. Virage Rancheros- The scrambled eggs with the beans were lovely. If you add a little bit of the salsa verde in your bite you'll discover hints of spiciness.