When you name your restaurant Good, it damn well better be just that. Mediocrity ain't gonna cut it, and you better impress. Thanks mainly to the food, Good stays relatively true to its name. It’s a useful neighborhood option, good for a meal at anytime of day. It gets crazy for brunch and rightfully so, they do good work with eggs. For West Village locals, they’re a heavy rotation delivery spot as well. It's not all good all the time though. The quality of the food and setting in which you eat doesn't do the menu justice, everything seems to be $4-5 too expensive. It's essentially a not as good, West Village version of Infatuation faves The Smith and Jane, and it's more expensive. The décor is nothing special and the service is consistently not be good. Lastly, beware of sitting up front near the fly infested windows - you might as well be eating your breakfast burrito in Somalia.
On a hung-over morning, deciding between pancakes and eggs can be like picking between Dylan and Brandon. This combo of eggs, pancakes, home fries and bacon or chicken sausage makes decision making easy and belly’s full. Go chicken sausage for a change, you won’t be disappointed. What you will be bummed about is the price, $16.75. Really Good? I'd rather it be $17, that .75 cents is stupid and unnecessary.
A well crafted egg sandwich is the sign of a good brunch place. The addition of caramelized onions on this eggs, bacon, cheese and tomato sandwich is the key.
Drown away last night’s bad memories in this bad boy. It’s packed with scrambled eggs, house-made chorizo, peppers, onions, cheese and salsa.
One of the best Mac & Cheese dishes you’ll find in the city, heavily backed by our in house Mac & Cheese expert, SamDotCom. The crust is something special. Plus, it’s green; it must be good for you.
A pretty standard tower of roast turkey, jack cheese, (good) smoked bacon with lettuce and tomato. If you’re in the mood, go for it.
Standard burger not gonna do it for your fat ass? Good stuffs their goodBurger with pulled pork and smoked mozzarella, smothers it in caramelized onions and serves it with BBQ sauce. I’m not gonna lie, this thing is damn good and almost worth the $19 price tag. It’s not for everyone though; burger purists probably stick their nose up at this kind of behavior.