Earlier this year I was able to go to NYC for work, but of course I had to squeeze in a little fun as well. Being the foodie that I am, I reached out to some foodie friends in NYC to see if we could have a foodie meetup. I was so excited that it worked out. We ended up trying a black owned business called Bunna Cafe located in Brooklyn. This definitely wasn't your typical packed area of New York full of tall buildings and city lights. This was a more authentic, locals area of New York. Graffiti walls, empty streets and local dining and shopping options. Bunna Cafe is a Vegan restaurant that specializes in Ethiopian Food. Luckily they have my favorite meal....BRUNCH! Upon walking in the Ethiopian nature of the restaurant is apparent with the interior decor. It's very warm and inviting. All of the staff were welcoming as well to add to the feeling of comfort. The brunch drinks were $5, which for New York is a great deal. The meals on the brunch menu ranged from $9 to $16 which again, For New York is a great deal. All of the food was seasoned really well and cooked perfectly. Warning, if you're a person like me who is sensitive to spicy food, just get your taste buds ready lol. Most of the food is spicy. But if you're a person who likes the heat, then you'll love the kick you get with your meal. FYI, Bunna is a cash only establishment, so be sure to stop by the ATM before you go. It's definitely a place I'd recommend trying out if you're in town whether it be for a date, family outing or a meetup with friends.