The big picture: Both owners are new dads who want their latest creative endeavor to become a family favorite. Expect to see a breakfast menu from Goheen and a dinner menu from Tripp.
- Also take note of influences from Tripp's Jewish heritage.
Breakfast: A creative play on morning favorites, including liege Belgian waffles, latke eggs Benedict and stuffed bialys.
Dinner: Chow down on some comfort foods like corned beef, latkes and matzo ball soup.
Dessert: Tripp's wife, Alex, is also leaning into the diner-style with decadent shakes, cakes, cookies and brownies.
Hours: Opens July 13. Tues 4-9pm; Wed-Sat 7am-1pm and 4-9pm; Sun 7am-2pm and 4-9pm.
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