It took me some time to post about my brunch at Antique Bar & Bakery in Hoboken, but there are places like that that you cannot forget and I admit that their menu was quite interesting and the experience good, to the point that I am still looking forward to going back for dinner.
I like the place: rustic, you have the bakery in the front, selling bread and various treats difficult to resist, and, in the back, its open kitchen overlooking the main dining room; a kitchen so busy delivering mouth watering items to hungry diners that you cannot stop looking at it (well, I did).
We started off our brunch with deviled eggs, that were good and a nice way to start a meal.
Then, we went for their whole lotta frittata. I admit that we were not sure what to expect considering that we often ended up disappointed with frittata that were tasteless. This one was delicious, full of veggies that gave a nice taste to it.
But what I was really looking for was their dirty burger, served with cheese and pickles, the patty looked like a giant meatball. It was overall quite good, although slightly overcooked. But still, worth the trip. The burger came with spicy fries that were not spicy at all...
It was overall a nice brunch: Antique Bar and Bakery has a unique menu served in a rustic yet modern atmosphere. I definitely recommend the brunch and will for sure go back for the dinner as their ribeye looked amazing!
Enjoy (I did)!
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Antique Bakery - 122 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, NJ07030