I guess we’ll count ourselves lucky that the only set back we suffered from Superstorm Sandy was having to postpone our beer brunch. Many of our friends along the northeast didn’t get off quite so easy. That is why we’ve decided to donate 10% of the proceeds from this Sunday’s brunch to the American Red […]
I guess we’ll count ourselves lucky that the only set back we suffered from Superstorm Sandy was having to postpone our beer brunch. Many of our friends along the northeast didn’t get off quite so easy. That is why we’ve decided to donate 10% of the proceeds from this Sunday’s brunch to the American Red Cross. Eat a stack of apple walnut pancakes, drink a Founder’s Breakfast Stout, help those in need. There are definitely harder ways to be a hero.
THE “SAYONARA SANDY” BEER BRUNCH @ SECCO WINE BAR
Benefitting Superstorm Sandy Disaster Relief
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Brunch Menu (available 11AM – 3PM)
- biscuits & Border Springs lamb sausage gravy
- roasted apple and walnut pancakes, house-made bacon and hash browns
- huevos rancheros with cilantro crema (option to add braised pork shoulder)
- smoked paprika sausage, braised collard greens, potatoes and soft egg
- hash browns “all the way” (sauteed onions, Mahon cheese, diced ham, tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms and chili)
- house-made brioche with raspberry preserves and whipped vanilla butter
- Mike’s bagel, smoked salmon spread, shaved radish and field greens
- tortilla Espanola with potato, onion and Mahon cheese
- grilled Border Springs lamb burger, harissa yogurt, feta and sliced red onion with fries
- field green salad, chevre, pistachios, lemon-thyme vinaigrette
This month’s draft list includes the Stillwater/Mikkeller collaboration “Our Side;” the aforementioned Founder’s Breakfast Stout; and a dark strong ale from a brand new trappist brewery (Another? It’s like you can’t go 150 years without hearing about some new trappist brewery popping up. ) – the Gregorious from the monastery of Stift Engelszellaz in Austria.
The fine print: This is not a ticketed event, all items are served a la carte. As is the norm, seating will be done on a first come/first served basis, with reservations being taken only for parties of five to eight (firstname.lastname@example.org or 804.353.0670). Please keep in mind the size of our establishment – the smaller your party, the more quickly we can accommodate you.