image of mimosas at brunch

One Manhattanite wants to make unlimited booze at brunch a thing of the past.

Here’s a roundup of what we’ve been reading this week:

No more bottomless booze at brunch? (The Real Deal) : A disgruntled denizen of Manhattan’s biggest party district has had enough mimosas, thank you very much.

Fences, not Xmas (6sqft): If you look down lower Fifth Avenue this December, you might see an Ai Weiwei sculpture instead of the Christmas tree that’s stood in Washington Square every year since 1924.

Tweet your subway misery (NYT): Why do we all reach for social media when the L stops working?

Madonna versus the co-op board, final chapter (Curbed): The singer’s legal battle against her co-op board may come to an end with this latest ruling.

The dark side of our nation’s HGTV addiction (Vulture): Should TV really encourage everyday Americans to get into the house-flipping game?

Behind the gate at Sixpoint brewery (Gothamist): You’ll need to download an app and order some rare beer, but doing so will make you one of the first civilians to enter the Red Hook brewery later this month.

Because SoHo has a different history than Texas (Untapped Cities): A look at why New Yorkers pronounce Houston Street as “How-stun” street.

We have to say, it’s kinda purr-fect (Brownstoner): A Windsor Terrace renovation focusing on books and cats that you can’t not love.

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