Location: 352 Bedford Ave @ S. 4th, Williamsburg
Brunch Hours: All week long (!), 8am – 5pm (!!)
Long Story Short: Good lord this place is good… and they serve brunch every day. Bloody was awesome and if that’s not your thing they have many signature cocktails to choose from. And you can get them at 8am on a Monday if you wanted. Yay America!
Long Story Long:
All this annoying snow has got me thinking…. (aka i’m stuck in my house, dvr is empty and there is NOTHING on tv at all…)
Didn’t I used to have a blog?
YES! a BRUNCH blog. This one, as a matter of fact. Duh.
I started this post a few months ago and never finished it which is a shame because this egg sandwich quest has carried on, even in my long absence from writing about it. In the new year, I am going to do my best to kill brunch more regularly (now that I only have one job I can’t complain about having no time anymore), but until then, here’s the tale of how I began an epic journey (aaand I had to hold myself back from writing “egg-pic”… oops, guess not.)…
So basically, I have been on a mission lately. An egg sandwich study, if you will. You see, ever since that fucking amazing Good sandwich, I have developed a bit of an obsession. And in my brief (ahem almost 6 months) hiatus from this blog, I have taken the opportunity to revisit some of my favorite haunts to check out their entries. Some highlights – there was the potato sandwich at Roebling Tea Room, the amazing bacon on the Prime Meats entry, a lovely torta at Mesa Coyoacon, some ridic pesto concoction at the Lodge and…. well, I’m still not sure what the fuck this was (from Enids).
But it all started on this day at the Rabbit Hole. I was joined at an outdoor table by Monster, P-Nasty, BFFF as well as special guest stars Brunchbabybro & his lovely (now) fiancee Jen the Therapist (not her real name or occupation… it’s a long story). Anyway, once I saw the sandwich on the menu, I, of course, began rambling on and on about the Good sandwich which naturally sparked a debate.
And thus, the study was born. As for the Rabbit Hole entry; personally, I am not a fan of tomatoes cooked in eggs – they always seem to make things way too soggy. So yeah, not my fave. I will say this: the bread and bacon were amazing, I loved the bloody and the fries were delish. Oh, and the company was pretty terrific too. Thanks for the challenge, people. The quest continues in 2011…
Pictured: 1. There was literally a parade blocking us on the way there 2. Bloody! 3. BFFFs mojito 4. Free mini muffins were a nice surprise 5. Rabbit Hole egg sandwich 6. Egg Sandwich, angle 2 & fries 7. Benedict with some kickass hollandaise 8. Fries were stellar