Coffee served as it should be: muddy and in a mug, not in a sleeved, transit-happy paper cup with whipped cream poking through the pour spout. It's a good start that gets better as soon as the orderly plate of breakfast food arrives, scrambled eggs hiding under lovingly placed slices of processed cheese.
The Little Corner is easy on the early-morning senses and nurturing toward the awakening body, with its simple and pleasing eats, soft lighting and even softer music. It almost feels like an extension of a pleasant dream. Large picture windows facing Broadway offer an intriguing stream of passersby, made all the more engaging by the cozy booths and an intimate setting. Warm, lackadaisical service, no soft-boiled or poached eggs after 11 a.m., and cash only.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: J. Tyson