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.
[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.