Supper is the newest of the three east village restaurants owned by same people as Frank and Lil' Frankies. I've been there a handful of times for dinner, even American Thanksgiving dinner, I might add. It's a bit darker and moodier than Lil' Frankies and has a few great back rooms for larger parties. The food is fantanstic so thought we'd try for brunch. However I'm not sure that it held up to their dinner menu. I went with 2 girlfriends who both ordered standard breakfast dishes, eggs benedict and a goat cheese omelette. The feedback was ok, just good, not amazing. However, I really enjoyed my dish (which I had already decided to get at home while pre-screening their menu on their website beforehand) It was two poached eggs over grilled polenta, with prosciutto di Parma, topped with sauteed fennel and beautifully presented with two huge thinly-sliced pieces of parmigiano! It was drizzled with a bit of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. I like this kind of complex savory breakfast. I ate the entire thing and was quite satisfied.
156 E 2nd St (btwn Ave A + B)
New York, NY 10009