The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The eggs are farmed free-range, bacon and sausage come from local Dines Farms, and the brioche is baked at Amy's Bread. Options of veggie sausage and soy milk are also on the menu.
Know Before You Go: Reservations are only taken for dinner.
The Extras: The breakfast menu is available all day.
The Extras: Along with coloring on the tables, jars of candies like Chuckles, Pop Rocks and Fun Dip at the counter appeal to retro grown-ups and scampering kids.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Possibly one of the most inspired breakfast and brunch-all-day spots in Brooklyn, this Williamsburg restaurant doesn't look like much at first: a narrow room is littered with basic two-seater wooden tables and flanked by bare white walls.â¦
Best Brunch and Fried Chicken
By sp347 at Citysearch
I live in Manhattan but periodically make the short trek to Williamsburg because the food at Egg is stupid good. The wait for a table can be length... Read More
Not living up to the buzz
By sfrucht02 at Citysearch
The quality of the ingredients is unquestionable, but the flavor is not there. It's not terrible, but some of the menu is mediocre at best. Overall... Read More
Biscuits and Gravy Brunch excellent!
By shert at Citysearch
Went here for Sunday brunch. Was about an hour wait for 2 people at noon/one, which is pretty standard. Coming from the midwest, I am constantly ... Read More
waiting for more than an hour doesn't make it the best brunc
By CSMobileUser at Citysearch
egg may have made it to the front page of New York mag but there is no justifying the slow wait and poor service Read More
Cute place, tasty food.
By msdecember at Citysearch
After spending a picture perfect day shopping in Williamsburg (one of my new fave places), a friend and I headed into Egg (after looking for Sparky... Read More