Not only is it a goal of ours to support local businesses as much as possible, but we embrace opportunities to eat fresh ingredients while we do so! You physically feel better afterwards- especially if you’re eating brunch, drunk or not. Brunches have the ability to take you out for the rest of the day if not well chosen.
We’ve been to Wild for dinner more times than I can count. Their sangria is delicious, especially when enjoying it outside on the covered patio (heated in the winter)- illuminated by hanging lanterns and white string lights. With everything gluten free, from pizzas and pastas to mouthwatering chocolate fudge cake and other desserts, it became an instant favorite. We had never done the fixed price brunch until recently and, as expected, it didn’t disappoint. From breakfast pizzas to blueberry pancakes and everything in between, there’s at least one dish for anyone’s palate.
With rustic and cozy decor to match the feel of the menu, Wild is a little gem. Uprooted from what must be a magical place and then dropped in the middle of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, it’s a requirement for anyone keen on good eats and an even better time.
The only reason we hadn’t previously made it a weekly outing was the location (and limited funds of course). Happily, we recently discovered (and not sure HOW we missed this) there is now a location in Manhattan!