Brunch is all about relaxing, and this cheerful, sunlit room on 17th Avenue (formerly home to Olivéa) makes that easy. The only hard part is deciding what to order: eggs Benedict topped with briney slices of Arctic char gravlax; sweet-and-savory chicken-cherry sausage and eggs; a sweet-potato waffle; or the crispy falafel flatbread accompanied by chef Paul C. Reilly's famous thin-cut fries. Your best bet? Order it all to share, and wash it down with the Dean Machine (an uplifting juice blend of apple, pear, kiwi, kale, and wheatgrass). Be sure to make a reservation. This four-month-old spot will only get more popular.