Dancing on Tables While Eating Brunch in New York City
Say goodbye to brunch as you knew it and lift your bloody mary to the newest trend in NYC, "dance on the table" brunch. It's happening every Sunday at Soho's new Italian spot, Via dei Mille and the recipe is simple; take your typical light fare of eggs benedict, crepes, and sparse salads, heavy up sparklers and magnums of Veuve Clicquot, invite a DJ and pretty people and watch the debauchery unfold. I stopped in at 4pm and found people dancing on every inch of elevated surface, including the beautiful marble bar and alcoves intended to showcase art. After downing a Bellini, I too boogied for a few minutes on a chair (when in Rome) before settling in for some incredible Italian cuisine. Try the gigantic mussels, VDM's signature pasta dishes (especially the paparadelle) and their infamously decadent Nutella crepes.