The food here is good. A little pricey but you get bigger portions. I'd say Honey's down the street has better food/value, but Green Eggs is more modern and open, so it depends what you're looking for. You're not going to get a bad breakfast here though. There are many unique options on the menu that are almost crosses between breakfast and dessert. Not my particular cup of tea, but the food looked good.
Prices start at $9 for your basic eggs, toast, and hash browns breakfast. Go early or else you're going to have to wait. If you do go later and get a long wait, try Darlings up 2nd street because Honey's will also be packed.