An egg on both your houses
With credit and apologies to the Bard...
Two households (more like moods) both alike in dignity (up for debate), in fair Verona (North Palm Beach) where we lay our scene...
One is a morning person, one is decidedly not a morning person.
Yet, like in Verona, we come together over . . . going out to breakfast. It is what we do, quietly, allowing each other space to handle morning in our own independent way.
So, when we landed at Another Broken Egg at Harborside in Jupiter the other morning, it was a lovely experience. Easy on this non-morning person.
Friendly staff seated us at an umbrella-topped table outdoors, as requested, even offering us the option of another table if we were not completely satisfied with our seating location.
Although modestly busy, we learned Sunday Brunch brings a crowd and a potential wait of over an hour.
Our server was helpful with suggestions when she learned this was our first visit, and offered to put in an order of biscuit beignets so they would be ready at the appropriate time.
Sounded good to us, and they were delicious when they arrived, hot and covered in powdered sugar, at the conclusion of our breakfast.
Coffee, served in a stylish mug,which is available for purchase, was bold, hot and the cream was ice cold. Perfect for kick-starting the morning.
Our breakfast of eggs, potatoes and English muffin was more than ample. The absolute best part was the homemade sausage pattie.
Perhaps because they were not overly busy, we were not rushed in the slightest, and even had the opportunity to chat with our server about the restaurant.
We have a few favorite breakfast places around the Palm Beaches, and Another Broken Egg has been added to our list.
Our household may be divided when it comes to-be or not-to-be morning people, but it is united in our newly found affection for Another Broken Egg. -- Pam
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