Hours: Breakfast, Lunch (Tues.-Sat.) & Sun. Brunch
I love shakshuka, but there is no shakshuka I love more than 1 Broad’s. Chef Kevin Getzewich makes the Middle Eastern classic a brunch must with its tangy tomatoes and custardy poached eggs. Somehow Getzewich has managed to take his fine dining background (Indaco and Macintosh) and bring the same level of execution to approachable favorites. For instance, 1 Broad’s grinder is topped with barbecue chips. Clams in potato veloute sauce share the menu with housemade noodles on Texas toast. The menu is all over the place but it’s comforting and filling and flavorful all in a gorgeous Italian Renaissance Revival building. —Kinsey Gidick (Dish, Winter 2019)
An unexpected mashup of Jewish deli, upscale bakery, and full bar, One Broad does justice to the grand dame of a building in which it resides. Whether popping in for a coffee and a breakfast sandwich or staying a while for a full meal, maybe go ahead and have one of those pastries after all. It's worth it.