I was running a little late on Sunday morning, so my friends had already ordered drinks - a mimosa and a bloody mary. This was probably the best looking bloody mary I have ever seen. It was garnished with olives, lemon, lime, celery, and a gigantic shrimp. And it tasted about as good as it looked. The mimosas were pretty good too (I especially liked that there were a variety of them listed on the menu). I could have done with slightly less pulpy orange juice, but that's just my personal preference. The mimosas were delicious. But our drinks had nothing on our actual meal.
|Look at the crazy tree of celery! There was a shrimp too, but it had already been eaten by the time I got a picture.|
|Look at how big those shrimp are...and the delicious Cajun sauce on top.|
|Nice bowl of grits with the omelet. I wonder if you can add the cajun sauce?|
|There was so much prime rib, it couldn't fit in the omelet.|
All in all, we had a great brunch. We sat in a booth in the bar area of the restaurant, but could have sat outside on the big patio if we had wanted to. At least during brunch, it wouldn't be inappropriate to bring the kids - we saw several families with small children. Also of note....parking isn't the greatest. It's in a pretty popular area of downtown, so parking is limited. I believe that do have a valet service for dinner, but not during the day. The brunch menu has a good variety, and I would definitely like to try something else the next time I go there. Our server was attentive, our food was delicious, and the drinks were fabulous. Next time, I might have to try the Chambord mimosa...or maybe go outside of my usual comfort zone and order a bloody mary. And probably the crab cakes benedict. So who wants to go to brunch this weekend?
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