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Egg Shop

Restaurants, Sandwich shops Nolita
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
EGG SHOP el camino
Paul Wagtouicz The El Camino at Egg Shop

Time Out says

Capitalizing on the versatility of eggs, this breakfast-minded shop fries, scrambles, poaches and pickles its organic, locally sourced main ingredient to top sandwiches (steak, smoked salmon) or to anchor bowls of miso-soaked quinoa and farm greens.



Address: 151 Elizabeth St
Cross street: between Broome and Kenmare Sts
Transport: Subway: J, Z to Bowery
Price: Average sandwich: $11. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 8am–midnight; Fri, Sat 8am–1am; Sun 8am–midnight
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Users say (4)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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Like eggs? This is the shop for you! 

They lean towards more breakfast items and I love breakfast especially with eggs. The sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich I had was good but pricey for what it was but I guess that's because of it's location in Nolita. The bacon egg and cheese is good too and a slightly better option in terms of the breakfast sandwiches. 

Happy eating and remember: Don't deny, satisfy! 


Oh Egg Shop! 4 stars because the food is so good, but must you be so expensive?

I really really love this place - i've tried several of their dishes and never leave disappointing. As you can probably tell from the name, this restaurant centers its food around one of the most amazing foods ever - Eggs! Basically everything in the menu has eggs, from bowls to salads to sandwiches and everything in between. My top musts from the menu:

Roe My Boat - amazing crispy potato latkes with creme fraiche, cucumbers, and salmon roe. YAS QUEEN!

Any of their bowls - special mentions to the Spandex, and El Camino

Fries - they make really yummy fries guys

Eggshop B. E. C Sandiwhc - because, duh

Nice cocktails, beer, and wine selection. The only caveat for me is that, for the type of food you are eating, you would not expect to walk out paying $80 for a dish appetizer and drink, but that's what will happen. 

Tip - go for Happy Hour 4-6pm. They offer some of their best selections at discounted prices, plus wines and beers for $5-7. More bang for your buck.

Eggs Y'all! That's the slogan at Egg Shop. How cute?! I'm obsessed. It's right on Elizabeth Street in Nolita - my fave 'hood in NYC. Such a quaint location and the food is really delicious! Weekdays are naturally less busy than weekends for brunch, but it's worth the wait. Especially if you're into eggs. And breakfast in general. The bowls are amazing - so much variety and they're great about substituting things so you can make your own DIY eggs. 

This cafe takes you out of NYC for some reason, makes you feel like you're maybe somewhere else, it's very lively and bright and robin's egg blue! Love that. 

Mint infused water at the tables is on point. I've ordered a few different sandwiches and literally you can't go wrong with any of them. The Eggshop B.E.C is classic though and I would recommend for first timers! Brunch cocktail menu is also extensive and delish! 


At the Egg Shop there will more than likely be over an hour wait and it will more than likely be worth it. As the name suggest, the menu is full of egg creations, and from what I have experienced you cannot go wrong. The BEC is the perfect way to start the day and adding on the hashbrowns takes any dish to another level.

The cafe itself is a cute, brightly lit joint between SOHO and LES, and the waitstaff and hosts are equally charming. In fact, the host let us put our name on the list and run a few errands while we waited for a table.