{Natty Noshers} David Burke Fabrick

Over the weekend {let’s be honest and just say Sunday} I had a crazy day of eating with my girlfriends for brunch and then with the fam for dinner.

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David Burke Fabrick is conveniently located in midtown {38th b/w 6th and 5th} and is super cute.  I loved the decor of rustic farm tables with the exposed brick and charming gerber daisies on the table.

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I was also testing out my dad’s Nikon D4 on Sunday so it was super fun to take food pics without needing massive adjustments and crappy iPhone pics.

We started off with Fabrick’s signature candied bacon.  Holy yumminess!  I really hope you’re all bacon fans because this was blow your mind good. And the clothespin presentation? Adorbs!

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Then we had the French Toast Nuggets because… um brunch needs french toast? And who doesn’t love a good maple bourbon dipping sauce?

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A few of us decided to split the Lobster BLT Steamed Buns.  There were three of us and the waiter suggested getting the whole lobster.  Don’t need to tell us twice!

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And since we kicked off the meal with a super savory, we needed to top it off with a sweet. Hello Frozen S’mores Napoelon!

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And while I wasn’t partaking in the alcoholic beverages {don’t even ask} I did sample and I’m a fan of the Rosemary Bellini.

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