In America, the word “brunch” conjures visions of Eggs Benedict and bagels and lox. But, broadly speaking, “brunch” – as a word and a concept — is a literal blend of breakfast and lunch. And around the world, there’s a wide variety of culinary delights that people choose to graze on between late morning and mid-afternoon.
Those global snacks and meals are the subject of a charming photo series called BrunchCity. In it, photographer Andrea G. Portoles and illustrator Bea Crespo reimagine the world’s cities as mini metropolises where midday noshes are part of the architecture.
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