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August 7th, 2009 No Comments

No matter how easy eggs are to prepare, sometimes in NYC you’re just too tired to even look at the kitchen.  So if you want something more than a deli bacon, egg, and cheese sammy for breakfast, refer to Sarah’s list for the bestest eggs this city has to offer.

mascarah:

[Life : List’d ] eggs, Eggs, EGGS: My favs in the N.Y.C.….(so far)

  • Freemans: poached eggs with cheesy grits & roasted tomatoes
  • Paprika: green eggs with polenta, tomato
  • Tartine: eggs norvegienne w/hollandaise & roasted potatoes
  • Jane: benedict johnny: chicken sausage, corn cakes, roasted tomato hollandaise (or benedict w/ lobster w/spinach as pictured above!)
  • Spotted Pig: beef hash w/ 2 poached eggs
  • Westville: Turkey hash & eggs over easy
  • Little Owl: steak & eggs, texas toast, butter beans
  • Barney Greengrass: lox scramble
  • Prune: coddled eggs w/chicken
  • Norma’s: artichoke eggs benedict
  • Momofuku Ssam Bar: poached egg w/asparagus
  • Blue Ribbon: Blue Benedict w/Serrano, Jarlsberg, Tomato
  • Cowgirl: Country breakfast – eggs, sausage, biscuits, country gravy
  • Five Points: Baked eggs w/smoked house bacon
  • Clinton Street Baking Co: Breakfast sandwich – buttermilk biscuits, cheese, bacon & tomato jam.
  • Morandi: oyster omelet
  • Cookshop: skillet eggs with house cured bacon
  • Bubby’s: gina’s huevos rancheros (if you don’t eat the sour cream pancakes)
  • 7a: scrambled or sunny side up w/salad (carrot dressing!) & toast
  • Balthazar: eggs en cocette, herb omelette, or eggs w/puff pastry

I know this list is far from complete. NYers…what am I missing?

The only spot I think she missed is Kitchenette in Tribeca (it’s like Bubby’s but better).  I always get the “Lumberjack Breakfast” – two egg (whites) scrambled, two wheat pancakes, and two of the best turkey sausage meatballs you’ll ever lay your lips on.