(718) 302-5151
109A N 3rd St at Berry St Brooklyn NY
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9 (1102 Oy)

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Go to Egg in Williamsburg and order the fried chicken. -Lauren

Awesome brunch, but be prepared to WAIT. Try the Egg Rothkos or the Biscuits & Gravy. Less of a wait for dinner, when you should try the Fried Oyster Sandwich or the Carolina Kale. -The Corcoran Group

Waiting sucks -Chet

High elbows, low center of gravity when fighting through the pile of hipsters waiting outside. -Brian

Best eggs. Best chicken. It's worth the wait. -Miko

Woah, the Country Ham biscuit with cheddar & fig paste was delish! Get a poached egg on the side instead of grits. -Nick

Serving breakfast until 6PM? Is this real life, is this just fantaasyyyyy? -Alex

Everyone gets the Egg Rothkos. But I didn't. I got the country ham biscuit with a side of eggs to shove inside it with the rest of the goodies. That's what you do. -SkeeterNYC

Eggs Rothko w/ candied bacon on the side. Toasty, buttery brioche hugging a not-too-cooked egg, smothered in Vermont cheddar. Oh, and BACON. -Tamara

Don't come when it's busy (btwn 11 and 2), it's maaaad slow -Amanda

get the eggs rothko with bacon. -Maria-Mercedes

Eggs Rothko with a side of greens + a biscuit. Do a good deed and bring recent New York transplants here. Draw a map of the City on the table with provided crayons, with all parks/bridges labelled. -David

Get the Eggs Rothko, they're worth the wait. -Claire S.

Village Voice is excited to have Egg at the 2012 ChoiceEats food fest! Full list of restaurants here: -Village Voice

It's not worth the weekend wait, but weekday mornings are good. -Daniel

Egg makes one of the best biscuits I've had north of the Mason Dixon. My grandmother's ham biscuits are hard to beat, but the biscuits and ham here are pretty darn good. -Design*Sponge

Bedste morgenmad i billyburg. -Mahatmaz

biscuits and gravy -Jeff

get the hashbrowns - if ur dish doesn't come with them then order them on the side. they are THAT good! -Jarrod

Eat brunch at egg on the weekend. Be prepared to wait, though. -Mark