Raleigh >Food & Dining > Brigs Great Beginnings
8111 Creedmoor Rd, Raleigh, NC | Directions 2761335.898264 -78.681164
WONDERFUL – I have been going to Brigs for as long as I can remember and absolutely LOVE it. The staff is amazing and always come over to say hey. The manager Amanda is very sweet and welcoming. I don't know how the people posting before me found someone rude, I have NEVER seen any rude working there. The food is GREAT. I have never ordered something and been unsatisfied with it, I would recommend the whole menu. My family and I thoroughly enjoy ever visit that we have at Brigs!!!
i have given brigs a number of chances, but i just don't get how people can say this a great place. the atmosphere is like a funeral parlor and it could REALLLLLY use a good cleaning. the food is average at best. the wait staff is rude and the manager is even ruder. if you're looking to grab a quick bite on the way to the office or to have breakfast after church, you'll be better off at dennys.
Specializing in gourmet omelets and golden hot cakes, this eatery raises the bar on breakfast food. – A Triangle mainstay, the name "Brigs" is synonymous with "breakfast." Everyone from business execs to busy moms stop by for deliciously unique omelets (the Omelet of the Week proves a popular choice), but the salad-and-sandwich lunch menu entices crowds, as well. You won't find a fancy atmosphere here-the roomy tables are more casual than chic-but what the restaurant lacks in ambience it makes up for in friendly service and tasty meals.
A different kind of breakfast altogether They baste their eggs (4 Bubbles) – I don't get it. Just to make sure, I ate there on 3 different ocassions. I waited a long time to be seated (true the place is small, so it is understandable) and then I ordered coffee and orange juice, then my breakfast, which was the Brigs famous eggs benedict. It was not the eggs benedict that I was used to. It came on a big plate with a mound of shaved smoked ham (whoa), the eggs were poached to a hard boiled consistency and the grits tasted like dirty socks. What did they put in those? How can you mess up grits, I ask? I told the server that I wished for my eggs be lightly poached with a soft yoke and he said that they didn't cook eggs that way there. They basted their eggs. What?! I let it go. Second time visit, I had eggs over easy and they were right. Third visit, I had the breakfast skillet with the poached eggs. Same problem as before and both the server and the manager said that I could not have them the way I wanted them. They basted their eggs. So, I was well done! The Social Light
yum – I loved this place. I went there on a date and the service was excellent, and the food was even better. We got seated right away, and everything was clean. I can't wait for my next visit.
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