This charming neighborhood brunch spot arrives courtesy of Chefs Stephen Ross and Stephen Paul, who worked together at Table 52. The farmhouse-designed space is rustic, welcoming, and full of personal touches, like reclaimed wood tables and vintage stained glass windows. And the service is genuinely friendly—coffee is poured the minute you sit down, and the chefs often appear to greet guests in person. The kitchen's slogan is "globally inspired cuisine, rooted in tradition" and their globe-trotting ingredients-merguez sausage, cheese curds, romesco sauce-wind their way into a delicious array of brunchy items. Standards like eggs Benedict and French toast get sweet elevation from unexpected, upscale elements like King crab or even foie gras torchon.
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