[WATCH] Mama Jo is New York City's Official Grandmother of Breakfast

Mama Jo has been serving breakfast staples like bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches and omelets and traditional Greek pastries, such as spanakopita and baklava, from her food truck in Midtown Manhattan for over 35 years. She claims to be NYC’s oldest street food vendor and isn’t planning on retiring her legendary food cart any time soon.

Mama Jo’s breakfast menu is longer than some dine-in restaurants’ menus, and it’s all done without sacrificing quality. She gets her ingredients fresh every morning in Astoria, Queens, serves food with a smile, and genuinely cares about her customers, really earning the name Mama Jo.

Find Mama Jo's Breakfast Cart at 47th Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

[VIDEO] Peek Inside This $29M West Village Townhouse with a $10K Toilet

Join real estate agent Keith Copley on a tour of 11 St. Luke's Place, a West Village townhouse with 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. This stunning mansion features a temperature-controlled wine cellar, an indoor gym and a ton of outdoor space.

Check out the listing page at Douglas Elliman to learn more about the $29M townhouse at 11 St. Lukes Place in the West Village of Manhattan.