Sweet Chick

Beautiful weather, weekend brunch, and Williamsburg go hand in hand. Judging from the line of people waiting outside the restaurant when we arrived at noon, I'd say I am not the only person who thinks so. Like most popular brunch spots, Sweet Chick doesn't take reservations for brunch.  We waited about 30 minutes for a shared table. 

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Of course we got the Chicken 'N Waffles.  I mean, the name of the dish is on the signage of the restaurant!  The chicken was very moist. The crispy skin has a hint of rosemary, which I really liked. The waffles were good, but could have been a bit crispier. The dish came with 3 different types of house-made butter: regular, rosemary, and strawberry; all very good. 

Drinks were served in mason jars. The Arnold Palmer, custom-made by Brooklyn Soda Work for the restaurant, was very tasty. Fresh-squeezed orange juice, which is a must for any good brunch, passed the test as well. 

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The meal is solid enough to warrant a return visit. (I've already got my eyes on a few other items on the menu…)

Sweet Chick
164 Bedford Avenue (@ North 8th Street)
http://sweetchicknyc.com