I don't; I do not like typical brunch fare. Neither does my partner. We have a ritual of going out to eat after 11:30 mass on Sunday, so that means hitting the restaurants at anywhere from 12:30 to 1pm. Since we go to church in NYC we always wind up eating there as well. While most restaurants that are open on a Sunday afternoon serve brunch-only menus, a fair number of them also serve their regular lunch menus. These are the types of places we gravitate to. I might also mention that this is our main meal on a Sunday and that this is the only time we eat out during the week, unless there is a special occasion. Needless to say, I am not looking for eggs, pancakes or French toast. These things are fine in the early morning, but not in the afternoon. Of course I know this is a personal preference but it got me thinking of how many people actually like brunch food. Do you? Or do you tolerate it because the others you are with "want to go out for brunch?" Sometimes I feel like I am in the minority, but I just don't see the appeal of "fancied up" egg dishes, etc.