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First let us say, it is evidently clear that Abe & Louie's is not accustomed to the millennial bruncher, nor do they want to be. So if you're hungover, not dressed head to toe in Brooks Brothers or without your fur-coat wearing grandmother, we say save this place for another day. If you do find yourself sitting in this grand restaurant looking at the rather small but decadent brunch menu, channel your inner Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham, and go big or go home. Why you might ask? Well, the eggs are fine; fresh and plentiful but not scream at the top of your lungs great. But come on, It's a high-class steak place people, eggs is not what the do. Meat, is what they do! The crab, steak and shrimp are divine and for this we say, when at Abe and Louie's brunch, one goes big or goes home. You'll still enjoy the regal atmosphere and feel like a misfit duke of some European country if you order the frittata or omelette but, it just won't be worth the obscene amount of money you're about to drop (like $30 for the benedicts). Shockingly the bloodys are not outrageously priced and are pretty good, so of course, get some of those as well.