Friend of a Farmer

Row 1

77 Irving Pl (btwn E 18th & E 19th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 477-2188
American, Breakfast, Bakery
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Pretty good food if you can maintain your appetite with the really nauseating acoustic adult contemporary playing. Personally, it was a struggle.
  • Crowded on the weekends with rich kids whose parents just bought them a bland one-bedroom in Murray Hill and newlyweds who met at HBS. But the eggs are fantastic.
  • There typically is a wait at the cute brunch spot - especially if you want to snag a table outside, but it's well worth it. The omelets are amazing, and are all served right out of the skillet.
  • Go to Friend of a Farmer and enjoy a pot of French roast coffee.
  • This is a $8 juice. Don't do it.
  • Brunch only situation. Dinner was pretty meh. Very meh.
  • Try the Country Omelette - Lots of food
  • The best chicken potpie ever! It's amazing!
  • Not worth it.
  • If you want to feel like you're being healthy, order the egg white scramble. Try to remember to eat your own meal and not the person's who you're meeting for breakfast
  • Try the pumpkin pancakes
  • Bonus points if the reason you're here is because you ARE a friend of a Farmer (name or occupation).
  • Gramercy prices for Cobble Hill quality.
  • You need to come before 11:30am on a Saturday if you don't want to wait over 30 minutes.
  • French Toast with apple butter. Delicious.
  • The cornbread is a must-have.
  • Terrible vegetarian chili. Extremely long line of Gramercy/Murray hill preps outside. Food was meh
  • Delicious!!!
  • Really cool rustic feel. Very underwhelmed by the omelette though. New sweeping rule: never order omelettes at a restaurant. Must come back for the all crab crab cake (2 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • You legitimately cannot get better brunch than this.Well the dinner and lunch menus are pretty good too, but THE BRUNCH!