“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” - George Bernard Shaw

 

We started with a lemon poppyseed doughnut, which had a nice fluffy consistency and a standout lemon flavor. It would probably go very well with coffee, but we had brunch cocktails instead. 

I had the banjo, a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich on a biscuit. I am normally not a biscuit fan, but the flakiness and buttery goodness of the biscuit won me over. The eggs were slightly runny, which was a bit messy, but still complemented the breakfast sandwich well. The potatoes were nicely browned and seasoned, with the onions adding a nice touch.

And finally, the dessert— deep fried apple pie with vanilla ice cream. The ice cream nicely balanced the overpowering sweet flavor of the pie. You definitely needed to eat a spoonful of both to appreciate the dessert. While I did not achieve a foodgasm like the last time I had pie here (banana cream pie, I still want you), it was quite delicious.

Pies n Thighs
166 South 4th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
www.piesnthighs.com

Chicken & Waffles. The skin was nice and crispy, and meat was very juicy. Waffles were a nice addition. I had no idea maple syrup was so delicious with fried chicken! 
Pies ‘n Thighs166 S 4th St (at Driggs)Brooklyn, NY 11211http://piesnthighs.com/

Chicken & Waffles. The skin was nice and crispy, and meat was very juicy. Waffles were a nice addition. I had no idea maple syrup was so delicious with fried chicken! 

Pies ‘n Thighs
166 S 4th St (at Driggs)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
http://piesnthighs.com/