Hugely popular, this spot offers eclectic brunch dishes like braised short rib fricassee, andouille sausage cassolette, and spicy Moroccan lamb meatballs with roasted tomato stew—all topped with eggs cooked different ways. Belgian Liège waffles with gourmet toppings, such as salted caramel or milk chocolate lavender, are also showcased. Quixotic cocktails, gourmet coffee, house sodas and organic juices round out the menu. Waits can be lengthy as they don’t take reservations, but it’s worth it.
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