nolita restaurant, public, serves one of the better brunches i’ve had in ny, at a pretty damn reasonable price. cool exterior and interior, with a wrap around bar you can perch on while waiting for your table and a partially exposed front seating area perfect to enjoy the late summer/early fall still-warm days.
my friend had the turkish eggs which looked great, as well, and i opted for their variation on florentine–
“Tea-smoked salmon, spinach and poached eggs on toasted sourdough with yuzu hollandaise”
absolutely delicious as were the house bloody marys with which we washed down our gluttony protein fixes. pitch perfect, cheaper than freemans and not the yelling, drunken frenzy of essex. my new favorite.