Finding a good brunch is the hardest dining puzzle to solve. Nearly all standard eateries serve it, and usually offer omelets, pancakes, and french toast. So when I find a decent one, with menu options that deviate from the norm, plus offer a welcoming atmosphere and service, it’s a job well-done. I hadn’t heard much about Seersucker, because I don’t go into the heart of Brooklyn much, but I think it’s pretty solid. For Brooklyn, the service here was unpretentious, and the neighborhood is beautiful, filled with families, great shops and eateries.
And the food… I had 2 eggs with biscuits and sausage gravy ($11), that does not photograph well, but made up for it with rich and creamy Southern flavors. The biscuits were soft and flaky, as they should be. Spud loved her chili special where the meat and beans were improved with crumbled cornbread, sour cream and scallions, topped with a fried egg. Yes, they have omelets, but they are filled with quality sausage and vidalia onions, and the French toast is a chocolate croissant with a maple bourbon butter sauce. That’s how you do it friends.
***Breakfast served all day!***