Come for the biscuit and stay for the pickles. Jacob’s Pickles is one of the most popular brunch spots in the city, and for a good reason. There’s nothing quite like the comfort of a Southern meal. Before you ask, they do make their own pickles. And they do fry them (and make a spicy pickle margarita).
For anyone from South, or the Midwest, or anywhere for that matter, Jacob’s Pickles also makes their own biscuits, making their biscuits and gravy dish a must-try for anyone who’s a fan of it. They also make quite a spread of deviled eggs. But come hungry, because these portions are big.
No Southern breakfast is complete without fried chicken or an egg that comes on top of it. And forget the bacon and egg and cheese at your favorite bodega, try Jacob’s Pickles’ “Chicken Bacon Egg and Cheese” which will have you looking differently at any other breakfast sandwich. There is also an assortment of sauces, grits, and an insane amount of flavor combinations.
Even if you don’t like pickles, this place is worth a try.
Don’t get confused by the name… the restaurant serves more than pickles. The menu is quite exciting and offers comfort food, perfect for a meal after a long week or a long night of partying.
If you aren’t in the mood for biscuit sandwiches, breakfast dishes, and salads, then you may want to check out the poutine and mac & cheese.
Since its launch in 2011 in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the restaurant has been the foodie’s delight, bringing good food to good people.
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