Egg Shop, Nolita

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NEW YORK CITY | Egg Shop (Nolita) was opened by husband and wife team Sarah Schneider and Demetri Makoulis alongside chef Nick Korbee in 2014, inspired by the love of the versatility of the humble egg, and a bit of an obsession with egg sandwiches. The result was a restaurant that, when it opened, saw people waiting several hours for some brunch. These days the wait isn’t so long – about an hour during peak brunch service and 15-30 minutes during non-peak times.

The reason for the wait, beyond the fact that Egg Shop serve up great food, is that the space, a sort of homely kitchen and dining room, is tiny. We’re talking a few tables and seats so tightly packed that you’ll brush against the table next to you as you squeeze to your seat. Once your food reaches your table and you take your first bite, you’ll have no doubt that it was all worth it.

Everything on the menu is focused around eggs and uses seasonal, locally sourced produce. The brunch menu is focused around sandwiches and bowls. We love the Eggshop BEC – a panini roll filled with broke yolk, Vermont white cheddar, Black Forest bacon, tomato jam and fresh pickled jalapeno. It’s got a really nice balance of sweet and salty and flavours with a subtle chilli kick. Another favourite is the Hot Chix, which sees a panini roll served with spicy fried chicken, a sunny side up fried egg, pickled carrot, English cucumber, cilantor, pickled jalapeno, and chili aioli. This is one delicious sandwich, but do be aware that it’s quite spicy.

For dinner it’s things like share dishes like tacos, gnocchi and fried chicken, as well as some mains – try the ‘Ranchero Burrito’ with black bean, scrambled eggs, shaved cabbage, pickled onion, avocado, crema ranchera, and jack cheese with the option of adding chicken or pulled pork.

For drinks it’s coffee, tea, juices, cocktails, beer and a range of organic and biodynamic wines.

If you’re in Williamsburg, a second Egg Shop location opened there in mid 2017, offering more of the same, but no dinner service.

Egg Shop (Nolita)

151 Elizabeth Street
New York
New York 10012
United States

Telephone: 646 666 0810
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Mon: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Tue – Sat: 8:00am to 11:00pm

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