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Union Fare

Lately I feel like I’m always at brunch… and I’m not mad about it!

Most recently the girls and I headed to Union Fare, in Union Square, solely based on the fabulous photos we saw on Instagram.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

The decor is super cute (and, luckily, blog worthy)!

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

We started with several “Smashes,” Union Fare’s Instagram-worthy take on bruschetta.

I highly recommend the Burrata Smash, which also has tomatoes, olive oil, and balsamic.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

The Avocado Smash is delicious too, and has cherry tomatoes and prairie breeze cheddar.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

I also loved the Berries Smash, which has an assortment of berries as well as house-made ricotta and local honey.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare is also known for its unique pastries, so we ordered the Pastry Basket for the table. It has banana bread, a Fruity Pebbles(!) croissant, a cinnamon roll, an Apple Jacks pop tart, and a cinnamon bomboloni with pastry cream.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

How adorable is this Fruity Pebbles croissant?!

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

The rest of the pastries were delicious too.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Our meal was off to a good start and we hadn’t even gotten our main courses yet!

Sarah ordered the Eggs Any Style, and we were immediately jealous when they arrived with tater tots!

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Claire got, and loved, the Brunch Bowl, a dish filled with whole grains, beans, chicken, guacamole, salsa, crema and a fried egg.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Lauren selected the Harvest Salad with chicken, winter greens, butternut squash, brussel sprouts, pecans and a cranberry vinaigrette. She said it was really good, but like… it’s a salad.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Jess, Steph and I got the opposite of a salad.

We ordered the most fabulous dish on the menu, the Breakfast Mac and Cheese! It has mac and cheese topped with bacon, sausage, egg and smoked cheese. You know how much I love mac and cheese, so I heard angels singing with every bite I took.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

The food at Union Fare is SO good! It’s my new favorite brunch spot.

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare - New York City - Wanderlust in the City

Union Fare gets busy on the weekends, so you should definitely make a reservation. You can do so here.

Is it brunchtime yet?

~A

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