Egg Shop

Williamsburg’s Very Own Egg Shop

Bigger, Brighter, Still Full of Eggs

By Ilana Dadras ·
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Some mornings you just want to grab a mediocre bacon, egg and cheese on a soft Kaiser roll and be on your way.

This isn’t about those mornings.

This is about the times you squeeze in a pre-work pit stop to Egg Shop—the new one though—now open in Williamsburg for breakfast tacos, midday ranchero burritos and later-in-the-day frozen margaritas. Let’s get into it all, right now.

The space you’re working with here is a bright, white-washed spot off Bedford, with the front doors and windows open to the summer breeze (or lackthereof). It’s prime Williamsburg real estate: a bit bigger and more design-y than the original outpost, with some real subtle egg-inspired elements. Note the white-and-yellow floor tiles, teethy smile logo featuring a single yellow tooth, that oval marble table with the yellow center.

It would be weird if it didn’t have a breakfast vibe, so it does. But the menu’s got a bit of everything: in addition to the spicy fried chicken (and egg) sandwiches, charred broccoli-feta-avocado (and egg) burritos, and French toast with dark chocolate ganache you expect, you’ll later in the day see things like yolk-stuffed burrata with crispy chickpeas and Thai-style kelp noodles with coconut-curry butter and duck egg. Menu’s right here.

Photos of all that, right this way.
Ilana Dadras

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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