The Peasant ($14), a recommendation from our waitress, was a beast of cured meat, bread, eggs, and greens that had me smiling before it even reached the table. This is the type of breakfast creation I expected at a charcuterie bar: Take a couple of thick slices of good bread, toast them with garlic butter, throw on some fresh green arugula and a heaping layer of prosciutto, and top it with a couple bright orange sunny-side-up eggs. It's basically a European "everything but the kitchen sink." Eggs dripped down into the prosciutto and arugula, essentially making an open-faced sandwich topped with a yolk-drenched salad of greens and paper-thin slices of salty, cured pork. Yes, it was as good as it sounds, but, remarkably, not too heavy. It made for the perfect end to a soulful, European-inspired brunch that we'll definitely be back for.