I tried Two Boots Brooklyn out for brunch last Sunday. I'm a big fan of their East Village location and their pizza. Was not too impressed. In my opinion, the quality is roughly the same as at your local diner. They do offer a twist on some of your typical brunch faves like french toast and eggs benedict, but when all is said and done, it's not THAT great. No beverages are included with your brunch entrees (which has become almost a standard everywhere else in the neighborhood). Not saying I had a bad experience, but it was just ""eh"". The dining room is cozy though, and seems like a good place to brunch with a large party. Maybe I would have better luck with dinner?
Pros: Cozy atmosphere, large dining room, decent food
Cons: not exceptional, drinks cost extra