Are you already bored with the "6 Brunches Off the Beaten Path" list? And you think you've tried every French toast in town? Luckily, there are some new options for mimosa-fueled meals in your future. Three restaurants are soon opening their doors on Sunday mornings to step up their brunch game.
This weekend, popular happy hour locale Rooftop Bar at Vendue Inn will offer a new take on the concept of eating outdoors. While gazing at expansive views of the harbor and historic district from above, guests will have the option to order "Brunch Baskets." For $40, diners will choose from a Pacific, Parisian or Tuscan themed meal. The basket will be filled with enough food to feed two and includes sparkling wine. Moët & Chandon brut, Moët & Chandon rosé and Ruffino Prosecco are paired with the various regional options. Expect items like cured salmon, sopressata and fancy cheeses in your Sunday picnic container.
Dining and dancing spot Republic Garden & Lounge will premiere a new brunch on September 1, for those looking for a lively option on Sundays. Frozen mimosas will come with floater options, and live music will accompany guests on the patio. Menu options will include house-made charcuterie and a hash with marinated pork secreto. The regular bar menu featuring Wagyu sliders and lettuce wraps will also be available.
If you tend to over-imbibe on Saturday nights, then look to fancy bar food eatery Warehouse for your Sunday morning hangover cure. Chef Eva Keilty told Eater, the restaurant will offer "ridiculous food," for those searching for a gluttonous meal. Starting September 1, you can expect a brunch menu with items like a Cuban egg Benedict and onion ring poutine. If you're not concerned about calories, this is your spot.
Try all three and tell us what's good.
· 6 Brunches Off the Beaten Path [-ECHS-]
· Rooftop Bar at Vendue Inn [Official]
· Republic Garden & Lounge [Official]
· Warehouse [Official]
· Interview with Chef Eva Keilty [-ECHS-]