Williamsburg Morning grub?
- leez890 Feb 25, 2007 05:42 PM
Anyone have suggestions on fantastic breakfast spots in Williamsburg? Considering breakfast is the best and most important meal of the day......hmmm?
Fada is great if you want steak frites, a basket of pain, a crispy croisant. Relish has great atmosphere. For lovely warm fresh donuts, Aurora. And AquaSanta has a great list of brunch plates that comes with dessert! Yummmm!
pies and thighs has the best brunch (and some of the best food in general) in the area - catfish and grits, pulled pork hash, biscuits and gravy - though only on saturday and sunday. you can get an egg sandwich on one of their fabulous biscuits during the week, but they don't have the full menu.
also, egg -- on n5 around bedford (it's what sparky's is before noon). i haven't been there in a couple of months, but their omelet is full of cheese and their coffee is strong.
I think egg has the best breakfast in the area, but it can be difficult to get into. Others mentioned Enid's and Fada, which are also good choices. I'm generally not a fan of omelettes, but my husband and I recently tried Juliette and the omelette I had was the fluffiest and probably best restaurant omelette I've had. I love the baked eggs at Fabiane's, and Diner always has interesting and tasty specials - I recently had a bowl of smokey pulled pork and a poached egg over grits there that was a real standout (they also have one of the better bloody marys around, if that's your thing).
If you want to spend a little more, Dressler's Sunday brunch is also really good.