The end is in sight for the generation-spanning brunch line at Egg, with news that the perennially popular eatery is moving to bigger digs a few blocks down the road. Next month the biscuits and grits emporium takes over the former Parish Hall space, the sister restaurant owner George Weld closes on Friday, according to Eater. In addition to accommodating more guests, the revamped Egg will see chef Evan Hanczor in the kitchen whipping up the popular Southern-flecked egg dishes and fried chicken lunches.

Weld plans to make a few renovations to the space at 109a North 3rd Street to prepare for the arrival of Egg; he hasn't yet decided what to do with the former space. Those craving Country Ham Biscuits in the meantime shouldn't worry: Egg's original location on North 5th Street will remain open until moving day. Juliette will continue to be a shitshow.