It’s not easy to get into Honey’s – the line usually stretches out the door, and it’s hard to beat the rush. But if you can get in before your stomach forces you to go somewhere else, it’s worth it. Jewish-comfort-diner food i a cute setting with fresh squeezed orange juice and homemade pies. Though the sandwiches always tempt me, I don’t walk out of brunch without eggs. Pictured above, a daily special omelette with avocado, tomatoes, mushrooms and onions. Honey’s is famous for their potato latkes (also pictured above) but I have to admit – I’m not a fan. I just think that they’re to hard and crispy and greasy. Maybe some toasted challah or a fruit salad?