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Elephant & Castle
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68 Greenwich Ave New York, NY 10011
68 Greenwich AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10011
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Longtime Village restaurant serves pub fare & brunch in an unpretentious setting.- Google
"I always get scrambled eggs with bacon and a large fresh squeezed orange juice."
"The brioche french toast was very good."
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Daniel Leong
2 months ago
A cozy place for a meal with loved ones, Elephant and Castle serves up a fantastic brunch! If you're not sure what to get, go with the Eggs 'n Apples Benedict. Served on a hearty slice of delicious French Toast, this dish became an instant favorite the first time I tried it. Make sure to come early, though, as it quickly fills up at brunch!
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Tony Montana
4 months ago
I came here to have breakfast/brunch 5 years ago and came back in February. Nothing has changed, still as pretty as ever. What a lovely restaurant, warm, cozy and charming little breakfast gem. This time I had the eggs benedict on a waffle which was delightful! Seated at the Sigmund Freud table, lovely! Same exact place than 5 years ago. We had to wait before getting seated, but even in the bitterly freezing, damp winter cold, it was worth it. The warmth and charm of this place made me forget the extreme bitter cold of winter in New York City.
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Nolan Orgel
7 months ago
I just enjoy the quietude and intimacy of this restaurant...whether weekend brunch or weekday coffee and dessert or an intimate dinner for 2. Been coming here for years.
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Charlie Shay
a year ago
Came here for Saturday brunch. Here are some quick notes: Good for: laid back casual brunch; small groups (2 to 4) Hits: small eatery with an old time charm; friendly staff; quick service; Egg Benedict with Apple French Toast was absolutely delicious (toast was rich and fluffy)! Misses: the wait can take a bit; seats are a bit crammed due to the small space Tips: Don't miss the little jar of house-made strawberry jam by the salt shaker. There are actually strawberry bits in there, and I'd totally take that jam home if I could. Also, don't miss the daily specials chalkboard near the entrance. Food: 5/5 Service: 5/5 Decor: 4/5 Noise: moderate
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Aditya Bhat
2 months ago
I love this place for brunch. I always get scrambled eggs with bacon and a large fresh squeezed orange juice. Very affordable pricing. Be sure to ask for bread for the table or toast with your meal. They don't always automatically bring them, but they don't charge you extra.
Patrick Harris
6 months ago
The omelettes and the eggs benedict on French toast are both superb!
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DC Cymbalista
a year ago
unpretentious and easily overlooked in a sea of more flashy options, this is a Village classic. Can be overcrowded for lunch - but i love its well made salads and perfect grilled cheese most any day. kind service, great dressings [the "cinoise" is perfect] , kind prices. what's not to like?
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Janet McManus
a year ago
decent and excellent service. the pricing is way out of whack. they charge you for a refill for a diet coke that is all ice, the food is overpriced, they give you a few chips with your dip, if you want more chips you have to pay even more, it's ridiculous. someone who owns this place needs to get a clue if they want you to ever come back or just keep it a tourist trap. I felt ripped off every time I've eaten here.