Eggs, eggs and the provenance of eggs (i.e.: chicken) arrive in Williamsburg courtesy of the second location of Egg Shop, Sarah Schneider and Demetri Makoulis's love letter to all things huevos. Typically a breakfast food—or breakfast for dinner food—the duo, along with chef Nick Korbee, have found a way to weave eggs into just about everything, from burgers to burrata to dessert and even french fries. And now: tacos and burritos.

For their new location, the team has debuted a "Going Back To Cali" section of their brunch menu that includes egg filled Sooo-Cal burritos ($12) with carne asada, scrambled eggs, cheddar, avocado french fries and salsa; Charro burritos ($10) with egg whites, avocado, charred broccoli, roasted bell peppers, feta cheese and harissa; and tacos stuffed with things like crispy potatoes, scrambled eggs, jalapeno aioli and cotija cheese (Papas Bravas, $10) and roasted mushrooms, scrambled eggs, cream ranchera and pickled onions (Shroomin', $10).

Besides the new brunch additions, menus at both locations will be the same for brunch, lunch and dinner. Look for staples like their Eggshop B.E.C. ($10), Fried Chicken ($7), and Eggs Benedict ($12).

The former Cherry Izakaya space has been transformed and feels like it might if you were inside of an egg: lots of white. Look for the adorable table shaped like an egg, complete with a little yolk in the center.

138 North 8th Street, (646) 787-7502;

Egg Shop Dinner Menu by Nell Casey on Scribd