Virginia's
$39 Michelin Guide Cocktail Brunch For Two, East Village (an $80 Value)
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Between being featured in the 2019 Michelin Guide and the endless media praise (The New York Times, Eater, The Infatuation, etc.), Virginia’s in the East Village is a refreshing addition to the neighborhood with decor that is as visually pleasing as its insanely delicious brunch fare.

With your $39 pulse (an $80 value) for a Cocktail Brunch for Two, chow down on 2 Entrées and 4 Bloody Marys or Mimosas to achieve absolute brunch-time bliss.

Executive Chef Christian Ramos (Per Se) and Owner Reed Adelson (Locanda Verde) joined forces when they met while working at the renowned Charlie Trotter's in Chicago, hoping to bring some much needed culinary hedonism to the East Village.

A solid choice to go along with your Bloody Marys or Mimosas would be the Virginia Burger, which The Infatuation boldly declared "might be the best burger in the East Village."

Sweet tooths will find their haven in Whole Wheat Pancakes that serve as the perfect vessel for their strawberry and caramel counterparts.

Settle into butterscotch-hued banquettes against whitewashed brick walls lined with vintage restaurant menus, forks at the ready...

LOCATION
Virginia's
647 E 11th Street
(212) 658-0182
MERCHANT

Virginia's has a lot of well-deserved and legitimate hype surrounding its old-world bistro furnishings and serious gastronomic masterpieces. And to add a bit of heart, the spot is named after Ramos and Adelson's mothers, both of which share the name Virginia.

Chef Ramos is some kind of kitchen ninja, encouraging unique ingredients to mingle. The results are one-of-a-kind dishes to fuel your morning or early afternoon. His masterful execution and polished menu give the easygoing oasis an upscale edge.

Bloody Marys and Mimosas will refresh and revitalize the senses, warming you up for modern-eclectic cuisine that will make Virginia's your new favorite weekend haunt.

For a crunch of epic proportions, fried, tender chicken and aged Parmesan are tucked between two fluffy buns in the Fried Chicken Sandwich. Avocado gets a major upgrade thanks to the House-Smoked Salmon Toast, a refreshing take on the trendy option. But, the Virginia's Burger is the succulent mainstay, so unless you're a vegetarian, go big or go home.

There are nods to the past at Virginia's, found in details like old menus from iconic restaurants Troisgras and Chanterelle collected by Adelson's dad that line the walls, plus accordion-style windows that can be opened to let in cool breezes.

The attention to detail at Virginia's certainly pays off in every respect. From the food to the decor, you'll find this first impression will be one that lasts...

All selections will be made from the restaurant's full brunch menu.

Your $39 Brunch For Two (an $80 Value) Includes:

  • 2 Entrees (up to a $16 value).
  • 4 Bloody Marys or Mimosas (a $12 value each).

Virginia's scores an astonishing 4.4 stars out of 120+ reviews on OpenTable, including:

  • "This was our third visit to Virginia's. The first was just a burger at the bar, probably one of the best I've ever had. Our second trip we had a full dinner and it was fantastic. Today we had Saturday brunch; I recommend the corned beef hash with poached eggs. Yum. The restaurant is small and charming, the staff is delightful."

  • "We had an outstanding meal. I am a foodie and found the dishes we ordered to be absolutely delicious and unique combinations of flavors. Awesome. Can't wait to go back!"

  • "The food is delicious and the service top notch. It's casual and laid back yet also a place you'd want to celebrate the most important occasions."

Virginia's Website | Michelin Guide | OpenTable

RECENTLY ADDED
THE FINE PRINT
  • May purchase unlimited vouchers for personal use or for gifting.

  • Multiple vouchers may be combined for larger groups.

  • Tax & tip not included; email reservations required.

  • Expires on Sunday January 12, 2020.