Dense and delicious corn cakes called Johnny Cakes, served with candied rhubarb and upstate maple syrup.
Although not usually a fan of brunch, Fork in the Road was recently knocked out by the brunch that commenced last weekend at Parish Hall, the new Williamsburg offshoot of Egg. There were eggs, of course, but also corn-based flapjacks, steel-cut oatmeal with roasted vegetables and sea salt, and, of course, homemade granola. View the brunch menu here.
Soft scrambled eggs on a roll with house-smoked lamb bacon
A pair of over-easy eggs served with buttered toast and “red flannel” hash–potatoes, beets, and corned lamb
Brunch is served at Parish Hall starting at 10 a.m. on weekends. A full bar is available, plus press-pot coffee.
109 North 3rd Street
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on May 5, 2012