People-watch from the patio while brunching your way through the serrano and cheddar cheese waffles & fried chicken, shrimp cake benedict, brûléed French toast, red velvet pancakes, and then go back the following weekend, and the weekend after that, and the weekend after that, until you’ve tried every extraordinary thing on the menu. Challenge... accepted?
What To Order:
1. Serrano and Cheddar Cheese Waffles & Fried Chicken
It looks like a traditional brunch style chicken & waffle, but it’s head and shoulders above what you usually encounter. Twice rolled buttermilk battered chicken breast, fried to a golden perfection, with just the right amount of crispiness atop a light mouthwatering Belgium waffle infused with hints of serrano peppers and cheddar cheese, doused in grand Marnier maple syrup and finally finished with two pieces of applewood smoked bacon. This unique twist on chicken and waffles makes it a resident favorite. It’s light and crispy, and yes, insanely good. “When you take that first bite you get a wow factor, and you take something from that moment.” -David Cortez
2. Brûléed French Toast
The French toast here begins with two thick slices of sourdough bread, soaked in a crème brûlée batter long enough to create a thin custard layer under the crust. It ends with a nice crunchy brûléed texture coated in pecans, topped with two pieces of applewood smoked bacon.
3. Red Velvet Pancakes
Just about all brunch spots offer a unique twist on red velvet pancakes. The best part of this dish is the “crunchy on the outside but tender inside” maple glazed roasted pork on the side, and the honey, lemon zest, goat cheese whipped cream is literally the icing on the cake.
4. Green Chilaquiles with Carnitas and Eggs
Chee-lah-KEE-less is true Mexican breakfast comfort food. There’s nothing quite like this impressive mound of freshly fried tortilla chips, tender carnitas, roasted poblano peppers, manchego cheese, and sunny side up eggs to beat even the toughest hangovers. This recipe packs a punch too, with homemade tomatillo-chili sauce and lime zest bringing the heat.
5. Cappuccino Martini
Top off this great brunch with the refreshing cappuccino martini that's sure to give you a quick pick me up before the “ITIS” sets in!
Made with Skyy vodka, white chocolate Godiva, Kahlua, and dark roast espresso.
Brunch Served Sunday 11am-3pm
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