The Luncheonette Northside (10 E. Brookland Park Blvd.) in the former Streetcar Cafe spot is the second Luncheonette in the area. The first, located in Shockoe Bottom and has become a solid brunch option in a crowded field.
The reason for being a solid brunch option is fairly well summed up by this snippet from the Style Weekly Review:
A make-your-own breakfast platter ($6) of biscuit, sausage gravy, strawberries and a sunny-side up egg is hearty enough, although Southern purists may object to the overly light touch with pepper in the gravy and a biscuit run through a toaster.
Giving the Barton burger a run for its money servicing the hungover or truly hungry set is the ultimate breakfast burger ($13), which stacks corned beef hash, an egg and bacon over a cheeseburger on a sesame seed roll, with a supporting cast of overly crispy potatoes, chorizo and chipotle sour cream. For those who don’t like their food to touch, steer clear.
Mondays-Fridays – 7:30 AM -2 PM
Saturdays-Sundays, 8:30 AM -2 PM