Thursday, October 8, 2009
Had a chance to pop back into No. 7 for Brunch this past Sunday. This time my eyes were a little too big for my head and we ordered way too much, but it was still all very good. Some notable differences from the last time I was in:
- Tried an order of the turkey sausage. Good, if not great. I'm not a huge fan of alternative sausages in general, and while I love turkey meat, I don't think it works great in sausage form. These were good, but not spectacular. I'd order them if you really wanted some lean meat.
- My father ordered the omelette, complete with Mexican chorizo, Swiss cheese, and arugala. He reported that it was good.
- One of their brunch cocktails is a Pimm's drink of some kind that I can't remember the name of. It was tasty, though I'd have preferred a glass of the blueberry sangria that they'd run out of.
- They had a coffee cake for dessert that was really something. It was some sort of peach, sour cherry, and cream cheese concoction.
I couldn't pass up another waffle, and I browbeat my father into ordering the salt potatoes and scrambled eggs as well.
Seriously, go to No. 7.
7 Greene Avenue