Country Ham N’ Eggs
Country Ham N’ Eggs: 2671 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
Sunday brunch is always a favorite of mine, and Country Ham N’ Eggs did not disappoint. Mike and I headed here before he had to head out of town. We beat the morning rush as this place can get very busy on the weekends. Our waitress was very friendly and super fun. Turns out she is a Tampa Bay Lightning fan, too.
There is plenty of parking in front or behind the restaurant. Just make sure to know if you parked in a metered space so that you don’t end up with a ticket. Inside is a bar off to the right-hand side of Country Ham N’ Eggs. The rest of the restaurant comprises a mix of tables and booths. If you have a large party, they might not be able to accommodate you, but any party under six should be easily able to fit in.
There are a few televisions spread throughout Country Ham N’ Eggs so that you can catch up on the news or even maybe a sporting event. They have a full bar, so you can sit, relax, and enjoy your favorite beverage of choice with breakfast or lunch. They do close daily at 2 p.m., so unfortunately, you will not be able to get dinner.
I chose to start my brunch at Country Ham N’ Eggs with a mimosa. I loved the little bottle of champagne they bring you; it’s so cute. Mike chose to go with a bloody mary, his usual for brunch. Both were delicious and helped set us up for a fantastic breakfast.
Mike wasn’t sure about one of the menu items that Country Ham N’ Eggs serves, so I educated him on the whole Taylor Ham vs. Pork Roll history, being from the Philly area. After a friendly discussion with the waitress, he decided to try some as a side. While it is probably not something he will get regularly, Mike did enjoy his experiment with this new side item.
Mike went with the Greek omelette, adding ham for his main entree. They toss into the eggs, spinach, tomato, and feta cheese. For his side, he chose the home fries and wheat toast. He smiled the entire time he ate breakfast and could not have been happier. He highly recommends this omellete if you are having a hard time deciding.
I decided to go for a bacon cheese omelette with American cheese. I like my bacon nice and crispy, and they made it exactly how I ordered it. My side was home fries as well, with onions in them to add extra flavor. I’m a big fan of corned beef hash, and I like it nice and crispy. Country Ham N’ Eggs did not disappoint, and Mike and I shared a bit of it before I scarfed down the entire plate. I also had an English muffin on the grill with lots of butter.
I could not have been happier with my meal and look forward to visiting again.