To my lovely readers, I have actually recently transferred schools to LA, so there has been more of an MIA than usual because I have no car & I’m more broke than usual. It has been a good time back in the city, and naturally, I had to go to brunch. My usual list has been deleted for some reason, so instead, I Yelp’d (let’s make that a verb?) best brunches spots and the Rabbithole came up. I saw very few pictures of it, but it looked relatively cute and within my budget (aka under $15, preferably closer to the $10 mark).
My friend got the Eggs Benedict, which shockingly allows you to substitute bacon with avocado with no extra cost (this is not the case in any other brunch spot we’ve been in), and I got the Rabbithole Florentine, which had poached eggs on top of a baguette with argula, onions and cheese on top. The website menu says it’s $11, but I am pretty sure it was closer to $13 when I went, which is still not that bad considering it was served with potatoes and a salad. Not going to lie, I think this may be the only brunch spot that I have reviewed that I have thought was not severely overpriced (just a little but so is everything in the city).
The staff was friendly and the service was quick. We managed to slide in at 11am on a Tuesday, which meant that it was quite empty. We had a view right near the window onlooking this patio, that I’m sure is adorable in the spring. Overall, I actually would consider coming back here because the cozy ambiance was very welcoming, and the food was actually surprisingly good (even though I might have burned my upper lip by biting into the poached egg but that is beside the point). I hope you are all doing swell & until next time!