We were honored to host novelists Kaitlyn Greenidge (We Love You Charlie Freeman) and Belinda McKeon (Tender) for the August installment of our Tables of Contents Reading Series. Our chef Evan Hanczor took cues from a passage in We Love You Charlie Freeman to make a simple beef tartare with green coriander seeds and served on a homemade potato chip, and from a passage in Tender to create bites of green pea sherbet topped with a buttered toast crumble. (more…)
Food & Book Lovers! Join us this MONDAY, August 29, as we bring food and fiction to the same table with our new reading series. Our August menu is an end-of-summer return to form after taking our two month summer break, with authors Kaitlyn Greenidge (We Love You Charlie Freeman) and Belinda McKeon (Tender) reading something delicious from a recent or forthcoming work. We’ll make snacks inspired by each reading, and you get to enjoy it all.
$5 suggested donation, and beer & wine are available on the cheap! Plus we’ve got free mini biscuits for all. See you there!
RSVP on our Facebook page or just show up–it’s always an interesting evening.
We’re excited to be continuing to host some very special dinners by chef Nico Russell and his team this summer: trial runs for his soon-to-open restaurant, Oxalis, these showcase seasonal cooking at its most refined. Nico and his team, all alums of Restaurant Daniel, are presenting multi-course, prix fixe dinners, including beverages, for $85 a person (the dinners are sold in pairs, so get yourself a date for the evening!)
Celebrate a hassle-free Independence Day with our 4th of July picnics: swing by on your way to the rooftop or park and pick up a basket full of dinner. Get fried chicken, pulled pork, or veggie packages for 4 that’ll make easy work of giving you the best food at the party. All come with a full complement of sides.
Check our special menu for the details. Order by Friday, July 1st, pick up by 3:00 on July 4th.
If you know anyone at Egg, chances are you know a passionate runner or cyclist or basketball player or hiker.
Being physically active is part of life in the restaurant business—it’s a job requirement, literally, but restaurant work is also the kind of work that tends to attract people who are up for significant physical challenges. We fielded a 4 person marathon team in this fall’s NYC marathon; we had 3 runners in the Brooklyn Half this spring. One of our long-time servers is now a writer for Runners World; another just took a couple of weeks off to cycle alone from Brooklyn to Quebec and back. (more…)