The name says it pretty simply: Eat. Just eat. And with lines stretching down the street during weekend brunch hours, there's a considerable amount of fantastic dishes to eat here. Aside from the scrambles, breakfast sandwiches, pastas and more, EAT's french toast game is on point. Get the Killing Me Softly French toast—three layers of brioche stuffed with raspberries and nutella, and drizzled in homemade vanilla and raspberry sauce. Hot damn.