3039 NE Alberta St., thebigegg.com. Breakfast and lunch Wednesday-Sunday.
Last summer, this former cart sandwiched itself into a brick-and-mortar corner among Alberta's many brunch spots, and the egg sandwiches stayed largely the same: over-medium eggs on brioche, dressed up with bacon and lemon curd, or portobello and caramelized onion on ciabatta, or Tails & Trotters smoked ham. With its tiny square-footage, weekend brunch rush, and finger-food menu, the Big Egg still feels a little like a cart. But with buttery-crisp grilled brioche around melty cheddar and that golden ooze of yolk, who cares?