Craig LaBan anointsÂ Green Eggs Cafe as another brunch line worth standing in, even if he does find some faults.
For brunch, though, the breakfast burrito is my go-to favorite, a zesty two-pounder stuffed with cuminy chorizo from the Italian Market, roasted potatoes, pepperjack cheese, eggs, and a black-bean drizzle. Eat it all, and you’ll need a little extra slack on the seat belt afterward.
And that isn’t even Green Eggs’ heftiest offering. That would be the “Kitchen Sink,” a clear fan favorite judging from all the cast-iron skillets that landed on tables beside us. It comes piled, not simply with three scrambled eggs, roast peppers and potatoes, but a fresh buttermilk biscuit swimming with creamy ladlefuls of sausage gravy. I’d probably enjoy a slow-roasted hockey puck if it came lathered in that gravy – a throwback of country comfort that is simply impossible to resist.
Two Bells – Very Good
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