We had a group of seven for a Sunday brunch that we only planned on Saturday evening. We searched on OpenTable looking for a relatively highly rated restaurant on the Upper East Side that had moderate prices. There were not many openings for a group of 7 at 11 AM, but with a four star rating and two dollar sign cost, we figured we couldn't go wrong. Hi-Life restaurant was a lucky find. We were pleasantly surprised with both the choice available on the brunch menu and the modest prices. The food was plentiful, fresh and served hot. A first drink came with brunch for only $2.95 - so with brunch prices averaging around $12 or so depending on the choice, we felt we lucked into something special. We were also pleasantly surprised that we could hear one another speak, despite being 7 seated at one table. The atmosphere was fun and the service helpful but unobtrusive. Although a bit out of the way perhaps for many visiting the city, it is the place to go if you want to be assured of a table for Sunday brunch where you won't be rushed and can enjoy a classic brunch menu for a reasonable price.