Food on Pico is a daytime market/restaurant with good breakfast things and extremely friendly service. Sure, you probably can make eggs and bacon or granola yourself, but what they’ll serve you at Food is both better tasting, and comes with a side of a wild story about Brooklyn in the ’70s from the owner. That same owner will also notice when you inhale the incredible breakfast potatoes in under three minutes, and (if you’re lucky) bring you another plate just as fast. For lunch, there’s a big chalkboard of salad and sandwich choices, and a deli case of things you can take home with you.
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