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Miriam



79 5th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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(718) 622-2250

  • Sun - 10:00am - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Thu 10:00am - 10:30pm
  • Fri - Sat 10:00am - 11:30pm

Cuisine: Bars, Breakfast and Brunch, Mediterranean Restaurants


4.9 of 5.0 from 173 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Bobby KennedyThe hype is earned. Brunch was amazing, especially the Benedict.

    55555 by Bobby Kennedy


  • Janelle KI used to hate brunch. And then I came here. And I got the Burekas. And now I can't leave.

    33333 by Janelle K


  • Oleg JMy friend and I were waiting a salad with !too salty cheese and traditional their dish with !uncleaned shrimps about 25 min. No napkins, no salt on our table. Just ok but never again.

    22222 by Oleg J


  • Gaby ABad service. Food is OK but nothing amazing... Would probably not come back...

    33333 by Gaby A


  • cami j.the falafel was AMAZING-not too dense, and super flavorful. also loved the green shakshuka and crispy dough.

    55555 by cami j.


  • Raimonds eBreakfast! It sure took them a while to prepare food, but it was good. Pouched eggs cooked to perfection.

    55555 by Raimonds e


  • Inna SBest eggs Benedict over zucchini

    55555 by Inna S


  • Michael OThe poached eggs on that pancake thing is awesome

    55555 by Michael O


  • Jarel MSausage sandwich and fries were bomb! Hummus was incredible.

    55555 by Jarel M


  • GothamistFar and away one of the most popular places for shakshuka in the city. The zippy tomato sauce is allowed to shine through, with sweetness from onions and peppers.

    55555 by Gothamist


  • Yael Maytal JThe bourekas are delicious

    55555 by Yael Maytal J


  • Hayden PGet the Israeli breakfast (with hummus), great alternative if your go-to is a full English. 👌

    55555 by Hayden P


  • Emma CramerGet the roasted cauliflower!

    55555 by Emma Cramer


  • Lindsey F.Brunch that is actually worth a wait

    55555 by Lindsey F.


  • Michael VThere is no other place for breakfast in Brooklyn.

    55555 by Michael V


  • Shivan RThis is one of my favorite brunch places in the area. Brunch is served till 4pm everyday (Try the Eggs Florentine). You get free refills on regular coffee! The restaurant is open & very homey.

    55555 by Shivan R


  • Michael OTwo poached eggs on a pancake thingy are the best

    55555 by Michael O


  • Graylyn R.Trendy atmosphere and delicious food. Start with the hummus for sure. The chicken shawarma comes on a flatbread with spinach and tomato. Great place for a date or just a nice dinner with some wine.

    55555 by Graylyn R.


  • Keith L.Our whole table unexpectedly loved the bean salad small plate!

    55555 by Keith L.


  • Karen WGreat brunch!

    55555 by Karen W


  • Elle MMiddle Eastern. Daily Brunch, 10AM-4PM.

    55555 by Elle M


  • Adam MayVery good and fairly authentic Israeli/middle eastern food. Definitely get the Burekas and Mediterranean Crispy Dough (Malawach for those in the know)

    55555 by Adam May


  • Lee H.The got cheese with honey is incredible

    55555 by Lee H.


  • James JShrimp was off. Service was slow and non existent. Might be good for brunch but dinner was a disaster.

    22222 by James J


  • Mikahla VicinoThe chocolate milk tastes like cocoa puff cereal milk.

    55555 by Mikahla Vicino


  • VeraA very loud place, even for brunch. Shawarma chicken was dry and tomatoes in Israeli salad were watery and tasteless. Flavors combinations were flat and disappointed for Middle Eastern cuisine. :(

    33333 by Vera


  • Colin M. F.A reliable place for brunch, obviously, but also dinner. The small dishes are very flavorful and you can't go wrong with a few, 3 per person. The meatballs in pomegranate syrup are very nice.

    55555 by Colin M. F.


  • Dean MCan take a little while to get a table, be served and get food - but the Israeli breakfast is on point!

    55555 by Dean M


  • Zoe SDelicious food! I had the burekas and a taste of my friends humous and pitta. All yum yum yum. Wash it down with a mimosa and you have perfection.

    55555 by Zoe S


  • StuartIsraeli breakfast and crispy dough are amazing

    55555 by Stuart


  • Joy C.I had the Israeli breakfast today and the combination of flavors paired well together. Next time, I'll go for the sabich (not a brunch item)—looked fantastic even though not on the brunch menu.

    55555 by Joy C.


  • Sol F.Overall amazing place and delicious food. Don't order the chicken shwarma. Most disappointing dish on the menu.

    55555 by Sol F.


  • Sheena DEverything is delicious. I was eating creams and sauces that I didn't know (my ignorance) and it was all great. 💯💯💯

    55555 by Sheena D


  • Marina Noelia MAmazing brunch and drinks. Try the goat cheese spinach

    55555 by Marina Noelia M


  • Paul M.Falafel platter

    55555 by Paul M.


  • Chelsea EMiriam is the holy grail of brunch, whether you want your usual french toast and benedicts (get the burekas). The environment is homey but lively. If you’re looking for a party, get a pitcher sangria.

    55555 by Chelsea E


  • Lauriel DBranzino and burekas are delicious!

    55555 by Lauriel D


  • Lee H.Amazing Mediterranean food! Maybe the best I've had. The fried cheese, fried zucchini, hummus, Mediterranean salad, and chicken schnitzel were all unbelievable.

    55555 by Lee H.


  • Maria SolnechnajaBrunch everyday until 4pm, Norwegian eggs Benedict, falafel, hummus, lattes, mimosas, family friendly, breakfast options, dinners, always fresh food.

    55555 by Maria Solnechnaja


  • David GBah gawd, the Mediterranean crispy dough!

    55555 by David G


  • Alix MLabneh, za'atar

    55555 by Alix M


  • Emily SThe Israeli breakfast is delicious. All components of the dish (eggs, pita, labneh, Israeli salad, hash browns) go together really well. The hash browns are especially great - don't order it w/o them.

    55555 by Emily S


  • Saarim NMediterranean crispy dough with over easy eggs slays

    55555 by Saarim N


  • Julius T.Brunch > dinner

    55555 by Julius T.


  • Amanda SGreat deal and delicious foods! I got the scrambled eggs with potato pancake. Can't wait to go back and try more.

    55555 by Amanda S


  • AnissaGreat Israeli brunch! Come later to skip the wait

    55555 by Anissa


  • Margaret S.Shakshuka. Shakshuka. Shakshuka.

    55555 by Margaret S.


  • Lev MCrispy dough.

    55555 by Lev M


  • Valentin G.Excellent brunch, try the potato pancakes!

    55555 by Valentin G.


  • Elizabeth JFantastic brunch!!

    55555 by Elizabeth J


  • Collin BellExcellent brunch—challah French toast, smoked salmon omelet and shakshuka all amazing!

    55555 by Collin Bell


  • Lisa L.Go for happy hour. Wine and beers bogo and tapas half off until 7pm!

    55555 by Lisa L.


  • LukeIt's all about the mezes

    55555 by Luke


  • HolidaySmittened. A lot of middle eastern breakfast choices. My new Brooklyn fix. No need to trek to cafe Mogador or Orlin in east village when Brooklyn has it all and without the tourists.

    55555 by Holiday


  • Adrienne R.Get the burekas with olive & feta for brunch with a side of merguez--it's filling enough for two!

    55555 by Adrienne R.


  • Natalie K.Cauliflower was super good, as was the chicken shawarma and the hummus.

    55555 by Natalie K.


  • Kelsey GDelicious Middle Eastern restaurant. Come for brunch and order the herbed eggs with a side of crispy dough. Expect to bring home leftovers

    55555 by Kelsey G


  • Rob B.Everything is amazing, but if I have to choose one thing to recommend, it's the lamb meatballs... Mouthgasm

    55555 by Rob B.


  • Isabel AThe crispy dough breakfast is absolutely delicious! So is the hummus and shashuka

    55555 by Isabel A


  • Noah W.Super tasty brunch in Park Slope. Get a Gorilla coffee a block away while you wait. The Mediterranean Crispy Dough with scrambled eggs, tomato, and spicy harissa was massive and tasty.

    55555 by Noah W.


  • AbPut this in your mouth. Crispy bread, Israeli breakfast, bloody Mary's, whatever. Your brunch is in great hands!

    55555 by Ab


  • NickleshYes, the crispy potato pancake is exactly what you want for brunch.

    55555 by Nicklesh


  • Natasha MoriniOverall good food, good staff and good environment. You get a complimentary coffee with breakfast which is nice. A little loud and always very crowded so get there early or prepare to wait.

    55555 by Natasha Morini


  • Andrew R.Terrific salmon benedict. Sake bloody Miriam was very nice. You'll wait to get in but it's worth it.

    55555 by Andrew R.


  • Melissa Y.The Bureka brunch option is top-notch👌🏼 would definitely go back to try the rest.

    55555 by Melissa Y.


  • Lauren ABurekas were amazing. Giant portions.

    55555 by Lauren A


  • Paul Richter1/2 off appetizers (mere)

    55555 by Paul Richter


  • BhavnaThe host suggested the crispy dough with scrambled eggs. Didn't disappoint. Harissa that came with it was super spicy, yum! Incredible, wish we got 2 orders! The burekas were okay-not wowed.

    55555 by Bhavna


  • Liz O.Good Shakshuka!

    55555 by Liz O.


  • Maria SolnechnajaGreat food. Great service. Everything is fresh and delicious. Norwegian eggs Benedict- to die for. Brunch -7 days a week. Very busy on weekends. 1 hour wait. Highly recommended!

    55555 by Maria Solnechnaja


  • Tara H.Try the Shakshuka - ❤️❤️❤️❤️ (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Tara H.


  • Timothy LOrder a bunch of mezzes to share for a great and reasonably priced meal.

    55555 by Timothy L


  • Nate TDelicious brunch. Come for the brunch. Not the dinner. But the brunch is amazing.

    55555 by Nate T


  • Adrian C.The crispy dough was delicious!

    55555 by Adrian C.


  • R K.Meze plates are made for ant-man. The food and service is great!

    55555 by R K.


  • BrooklynBoyOSangria over dinner yes please now.

    55555 by BrooklynBoyO


  • Deandra TanWent here late Friday night, service was slow and inattentive. Delicious mezze options and fresh mint tea made up for it.

    55555 by Deandra Tan


  • Leah HammerschlagThe crispy dough is delicious. Seems like everything on the menu would be a solid choice.

    55555 by Leah Hammerschlag


  • Hugh AAwesome food, excellent service. A nice dry sherry with the kanafe for dessert was a winner.

    55555 by Hugh A


  • Nikolas FlorosFantastic middle eastern brunch food.

    55555 by Nikolas Floros


  • cary s.Incredible selection of food. You'll always have a good meal here.

    55555 by cary s.


  • Abigail A.Impressive and affordable. Excellent service. Highly recommend.

    55555 by Abigail A.


  • Clemente CuevasVegetarian here: Went for brunch: split the Israeli breakfast and Crispy Dough (a lot like a Knish). Everything was great, eggs cooked perfectly, the sauces on the side went amazingly with the food.

    55555 by Clemente Cuevas


  • Sara KafkaGreat brunch food. It's labeled Mediterranean but has classic brunch staples like eggs Benedict with salmon, croissant sandwich, and croque madams

    55555 by Sara Kafka


  • Amanda Theilerhappy hour everyday from 5-8pm w/ $3 mezes (usually $6)

    55555 by Amanda Theiler


  • Tim J.It's fine, but don't expect Mogodor level tastiness.

    33333 by Tim J.


  • Valentina M.🍷🐐💗 order cous cous and be happy. Happy hour at the bar everyday 4 - 8, 10-11 Fri/Sat

    55555 by Valentina M.


  • GothamistMiddle Eastern eatery Miriam does wonders with Mediterranean plates, and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily, you can score mezze dishes for half off, provided you sit at the bar.

    55555 by Gothamist


  • Elizabeth W.Genuine real Israeli Shakshuka. Can't be beat!

    55555 by Elizabeth W.


  • Chris H.Steak n eggs are a very good option that's on the non-brunch menu. But the brunch menu is as good as advertised.

    55555 by Chris H.


  • Wendy QiuHealthy and delicious is the equivalent of sexy an cute

    55555 by Wendy Qiu


  • Hector T.Brunch served 10a-4p. Full bar, cozy atmosphere. Expect a wait during Sa/Su 11a-2p. Delicious authentic middle eastern cuisine. MUST HAVE: Israeli Breakfast.

    55555 by Hector T.


  • Brad G.The brunch was so good I'm going to name my first-born daughter Miriam.

    55555 by Brad G.


  • Brad G.Possibly the best brunch I have ever had. Great savory and sweet options abound. Reasonable prices, too.

    55555 by Brad G.


  • Kevin S.Go for brunch, order the malawach (crispy dough) with a soft poached egg, and be very happy.

    55555 by Kevin S.


  • Jill H.The Israeli breakfast hit the spot 👌

    55555 by Jill H.


  • Elie B.Sabich is excellent. Get extra amba.

    55555 by Elie B.


  • Steven InghingoloThe herb eggs are amazing as they should be at $3 an egg. The other goodies that accompany the eggs are no less delicious.

    55555 by Steven Inghingolo


  • Ricky TBrunch is great here :-)

    55555 by Ricky T


  • Lenox YimEggs benedict dishes are amazing. A litte pricey ($14) but that's just me but worth it.

    55555 by Lenox Yim


  • Mike F.Best Israeli brunch in NYC (or a close second to Café Orlin) - worth a decent wait on 5th Ave. Burekas are not to be missed. Don't be afraid to opt for a pita sandwich like the Sabich (pictured here).

    55555 by Mike F.


  • Lauren Sincredible brunch. service was great and free American coffee with your food!

    55555 by Lauren S


  • Tina M.Came here for the Israeli breakfast, discovered the Bloody Mary, which is AMAZING. Not too spicy, great blend.

    55555 by Tina M.


  • Joshua LiblingCroissant sandwich at brunch is excellent. Also burekas.

    55555 by Joshua Libling


  • Kishorethe bread breakfast dish

    55555 by Kishore


  • Rachael NHappy hour

    55555 by Rachael N


  • Aileen T.the crispy dough is definitely worth the calories! and get them with poached eggs to soak up the goodness

    55555 by Aileen T.


  • Paras S.Perfect food for a snowy night. The beef stew on a cold day is perfect. The chicken and cous cous is a no-brainer, although I wish they were served in a tagine together

    55555 by Paras S.


  • Eduardo S.The Israeli Breakfast is awesome. The Crispy Dough is a close second.

    55555 by Eduardo S.


  • Ben B.Prepare to bonk your head against an oddly-placed lamp in the men's bathroom.

    22222 by Ben B.


  • Katy I.Great happy hour at the bar 5-8, 2-for-1 wine and all appetizers are half off ($2.50 each). Delicious and cheap! Staff was super friendly too.

    55555 by Katy I.


  • Mark e.The Mediterranean crispy dough for brunch is to die for! Cute space. Love the color palette of the restaurant.

    55555 by Mark e.


  • KateBest brunch-mill in town. Burekas, shaksuka or eggs. Get a potato pancake to split. Skip the sake bloody miriam.

    55555 by Kate


  • Sesilie H.Great eggs benedict!

    55555 by Sesilie H.


  • Nancy N.We've been here before and loved the food. Came back and the food was still great but our service was crappy. They messed up our order several times and did nothing to make up for it.

    33333 by Nancy N.


  • Allan S.Brunch at Miriam is the bomb!

    55555 by Allan S.


  • Phillip R.Don't let the loud jersey women at the bar deter you. Great food.

    55555 by Phillip R.


  • Tara B.You find yourself dejected, or more just resigned. Wandering. So you wander in. You're alone no more. The Mediterranean salad asked for your hand in marriage. You will say yes.

    33333 by Tara B.


  • SelenaThey now accept credit cards at brunch.

    55555 by Selena


  • Jacob Anderson C.Potato pancake was good but it was made delicious with a side of hummus.

    55555 by Jacob Anderson C.


  • Emily M.The Burekas brunch option is amazing!

    55555 by Emily M.


  • S. L.Croissant sandwich with bacon, egg, and cheese -- mmmm.

    55555 by S. L.


  • Jordan K.Crispy dough with poached eggs is simply delicious. Gobbled it all up with the spicy harissa sauce!

    55555 by Jordan K.


  • Michael D.Had the salmon omelete...with a side order of pancakes. Tasted great. A little bit of a wait, but the food is worth it. My new brunch place in park slope.

    55555 by Michael D.


  • James G.All you mushroom lovers out there. Get the mixed mushroom omelette. You can't go wrong with that. It's fantastic!

    55555 by James G.


  • Fadia K.Potato pancakes with the mango chutney is amazing! Love the brunch here

    55555 by Fadia K.


  • Jennifer K.Super yummy!

    55555 by Jennifer K.


  • Chris B.regular brunch stuff is good... but the Israeli offerings are the way to go. trust me the crispy dough, shakshuka, potato pancakes and burekas!!

    55555 by Chris B.


  • SallyCool place but you need to wait a 20 or more during brunch

    55555 by Sally


  • karen b.The potato pancakes with labneh yogurt is delicious. I have a hard time ordering anything else--though it's all quite good.

    55555 by karen b.


  • Ashley C.The Israeli breakfast is delicious!

    55555 by Ashley C.


  • Pas N.Came here for Sunday brunch. Long wait & mediocre food.

    33333 by Pas N.


  • Andrew P.Brooklyn (Park Slope) – Israeli brunch with challah french toast! Brunch items are $12.50 and also has a la carte prices and items

    55555 by Andrew P.


  • #ultrafactsMake sure to tip generously, or you will be conscripted into the Israeli military for six months of hard labor

    55555 by #ultrafacts


  • #ultrafactsMust-have meal: shakshuka. Ask your server for extra mango compote-- you WON'T be sorry!

    55555 by #ultrafacts


  • Varun S.Great brunch. Recommend the Israeli breakfast and the burekhas.

    55555 by Varun S.


  • 7th.ListFor Brunch - Mediterranean Crispy Dough: served with two eggs (any style) with pickles, shredded tomatoes and harissa (cilantro and jalapeno!). For Dinner - roasted beets, spicy calamari, hummus

    55555 by 7th.List


  • Di Q.The fried dough brunch dish is incredible.

    55555 by Di Q.


  • Mandy B.The Meditteranean brunch is good, didn't care for the crunchy pita it was served on but the spicy salsa is great with a side of merges (lamb) sausages and the eggs!

    55555 by Mandy B.


  • Flora T.Nothing special and wayyyyy over priced. Breakfast for two was $60 with tip and no alcohol. Ordered 2 coffees, challah French toast and 2 of the dough plates. There are better options out there.

    33333 by Flora T.


  • Mucous LavenderWonderful place to sit and suck on a lemon.

    55555 by Mucous Lavender


  • MattPlace has phenomenal bloody marys

    55555 by Matt


  • Nancy L.If you don' like eggs for breakfast, get a side order of Burekas. So good!

    55555 by Nancy L.


  • Tameka G.Doesn't matter what you get. The food and the service will be amazing. My new favorite Park Slope spot.

    55555 by Tameka G.


  • Kaydee B.Great brunch spot. Get the crispy dough or any of the other Mediterranean / Israeli dishes. YUM!

    55555 by Kaydee B.


  • Daniel LI want to eat brunch here every day.

    55555 by Daniel L


  • Shanté S.Expect a 15-20 wait during brunch, but it's TOTALLY worth it.

    55555 by Shanté S.


  • Stjepan R.Miriam79 5th Ave (at Prospect Pl.), Brooklyn, NY 11215(718) 622-2250

    55555 by Stjepan R.


  • Sam H.The hot apple cider is excellent.

    55555 by Sam H.


  • Charles B.best brunch spot in Park Slope imho. Middle eastern brunch specialties are amazing.

    55555 by Charles B.


  • BasSmoked salmon omelet and the shuchsuka was amazing!

    55555 by Bas


  • SP1/2-priced bottles of wine during happy hour. Food is terrific as well!

    55555 by SP


  • Tusar B.Get the Crispy Dough for brunch!

    55555 by Tusar B.


  • Joe G.Great Shashuka but stick to the entree menu at brunch as the Ala carte is a bit pricey. Also, brunch is cash only so plan accordingly.

    55555 by Joe G.


  • Farra T.My new fave brunch item: herbed eggs. Comes with labne yogurt and Israeli salad too!

    55555 by Farra T.


  • Samuel C.Sake Bloody Mary very refreshing

    55555 by Samuel C.


  • Casey H.Israeli breakfast. There's no other way.

    55555 by Casey H.


  • Farra T.Ask for extra pickles--they are delicious.

    55555 by Farra T.


  • Kushal D.Eat the burekas. Every weekend. For the rest of your life. Die happy.

    55555 by Kushal D.


  • 🆗🆒Lindsey W.Brunchtime can be crazy, but it's always worth the wait. Israeli Breakfast=yum.

    55555 by 🆗🆒Lindsey W.


  • CANDORFave brunch: Potato pancakes OR Israeli breakfast. Both come with labneh cheese... think like Greek yogurt, but sweeter and a little creamier. So good!

    55555 by CANDOR


  • Justin S.Ask for the spicy green sauce

    55555 by Justin S.


  • Alex R.The potato pancake makes an excellent brunch side for the table. They make a mean one.

    55555 by Alex R.


  • Sunny KThe best Happy Hour in Brooklyn. The food and wine are delish!

    55555 by Sunny K


  • Lena S.amazing! load up on the appetizers (must try the jerusalem bread! and the arugala salad !! and the watermelon with goat cheese) also try the lamb chops = insane!

    55555 by Lena S.


  • Limor G.Order anything with an unfamiliar and Israeli sounding name - you'll discover the best dishes.

    55555 by Limor G.


  • Christiane N.I feel like their leg of lamb is ALWAYS the daily special. Nonetheless Miriam is still my number one choice for Israeli cuisine...if you haven't been DO try:- the Meze -Haloumi Salad& their Ka

    55555 by Christiane N.


  • Megan aThe Israeli breakfast is delicious and I love the pita bread.

    55555 by Megan a


  • Jonathan GreenwaldHad brunch here so many times already and I always get the Croque Madame. Salivating just writing this!

    55555 by Jonathan Greenwald


  • Rich A.The green tahini sauce is awesome. Burekas are delicious, too.

    55555 by Rich A.


  • Alex R.Get the crispy dough. It's a really unique and delicious take on a starch with your eggs.

    55555 by Alex R.


  • Elizabeth H.Went there late, got the Israeli Breakfast mmm

    55555 by Elizabeth H.


  • John D.Half price bottles of wine Mon-Thurs. Best deal, grab a salad/bowl of soup and a few Mezes. You'll be completely satisfied.

    55555 by John D.


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