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    Wednesday
    May022012

    Brunch at Egg in Williamsburg, Brooklyn 

    Egg always makes some "Best Brunch" list: see here, here, and here to start. After a late Friday night, we made the Saturday morning subway trip from our apartment to Williamsburg, Brooklyn to this aptly named, super cute spot that serves their eggs organic and local.  We took the "L" train to Bedford, walked over to Egg, waited 30 minutes (not bad for a place with notoriously long waits) and had a great brunch.  If I could eat 10 biscuits from Egg in a row and feel/look fantastic, I would have inhaled 10 of these biscuits. They're that good.

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      Hotel Belle - Annie Fitzsimmons - Hotel Belle Blog - Brunch at Egg in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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    Could there be a better way to start the day? Looks yummy! Thanks for the hotel reviews! Awesome site.

    My favorite restaurant in the city. Their hash browns with duck confit are worth getting stuck on the L.

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