Source: Cafe Mogador
The Williamsburg outpost of this East Village institution serves up delicious Moroccan-inspired dishes in a bright and friendly atmosphere that’s a treat for all ages. The sunny atrium in the back makes for a perfect spot to enjoy breakfast or lunch, and at night the buzz makes for a great dinner to share mezze with the kids and not worry about disturbing others. Crowds rightly line up for weekend brunch so either come early, or prepare to wait.
What to eat? We love starting with a couple mezze for everybody to pick at, like the babganoush and tabouli. The cous cous and tagine dishes are done excellently — we never pass up a chance to enjoy lamb shank. For breakfast we love the Moroccan and Middle Eastern egg dishes.
Pipsqueak tip Spread out on one of the low couches in the atrium so you can enjoy your meal, and the little ones can easily stretch their legs.