Brunch may not be the most important meal of the day, but it certainly is the most fun. What other socially acceptable time can you have a mimosa without going on vacation?
Georgia Brown’s has old southern food with a touch of class to it. Their Sunday Jazz Brunch has drinks like the Chandon Rose Sparkling and the 950 Cocktail. There is a lovely buffet with made to order omelettes, followed by an entree of your choice and for dessert a sampling of home baked sweets.
Brasserie Beck is a modern Belgian restaurant with an exhibition kitchen so you can watch the chefs work. They have high class dishes like truffled egg toast and lemon souffle pancakes. Delicious!
Bar Pilar has a rotating menu of $8 specialty cocktails, and a new “Baller Brunch” where bottomless cocktails are $15.
Contemporary American with a French influence, is Mintwood’s style. They have a divine brunch with the regular pancakes and waffles, but they also have dishes like smoked salmon and spinach eggs Benedict, suckling pig hash, and scotch eggs with butternut squash and sage.
This upscale cafe has quite a comprehensive brunch menu. Start off with some house-made ginger beer, and maybe try the lime marinated scallops or a farmer’s market omelette.
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