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Posted by Gastrognome on 2010-05-13
The bread is great and unique to Eli's ...but just about anything else can be had for a FAR better price elsewhere in the neighborhood.
Posted by Lebowski on 2009-10-19
I live around the corner from this place. It's a grocery store that serves prepared food and has a small cafe inside. There are mounds of prepared food that must be sitting out for hours because its prohibitively expensive and most people have more sense
Posted by Alyssa on 2009-05-26
My boyfriend and I love this place. Don't plan on eating the rest of the day though, the meals leave you stuffed for an entire day! The jam and bread they serve is complimentary with a meal. That alone is the best part of the meal. Try any of the omletes,
Posted by Jersey Girl on 2009-01-12
Had breakfast with a friend on Saturday morning. The place was not crowded. We ordered the french toast, which by the way is $12. It is made with either challah or brioche, I do not know the difference. Anyhow, the french toast was burnt to a crisp on
Posted by Chipwitch on 2009-01-12
Hadn't been here in a while and decided to treat a friend for breakfast. We got the french toast. It was burnt, and yet clearly undercooked everywhere else. The service was a bit slow although the place was empty. When we questioned the quality of our
Posted by UESider on 2007-12-03
This place, although in the top of a grocery store, has really great brunch. The eggs benedict are delicious. Although the service can be a little slow but not terrible, the food makes up for it.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-08-13
I love Eli's grocery stores, so I had thought the brunch would be of the same caliper. I was mistaken, the atmosphere is not great it really does look like your sitting in a factory above the grocery store, the food was not as good as I was expecting, th