We always get excited when a favorite restaurant announces a brunch menu, and that was definitely the case when we had a chance to experience the innovative brunch menu now being offered at Toups Meatery. In typical brunch fashion, we began with beverages. I had the delight of trying my first Bloody Ceasar which was a fun departure from the usual offerings of Bloody Mary and Maria. This Caesar was refreshing; there was no making a meal out of this bloody, which was perfect, a
There’s something about a meal that is lovingly and artfully prepared in such a way that old flavors become new and new flavors encourage exploration in home kitchens. That’s what can be found from the brunch fare at Sylvain. Nestled on Chartres Street, right off Jackson square, this gem is easy to miss - and we did, walking right past the unassuming alley entrance and having to double back. Utilizing the alley entrance adds to the atmosphere that Sylvain creates through embr
I haven’t taken an official poll, but I think we might have just found our reigning ‘favorite brunch stop.’ From the ambiance, to the service, to the food, Cavan is pretty much everything I’ve ever dreamed brunch could be.
Situated in what was once the Cockerton mansion (and interestingly enough, also the former home of famous police superintendent Frank T. Mooney for you history buffs), Cavan has a definite Southern grandeur kind of vibe, with a bit of funky thrown in. A r
With cute slogans like ‘Rise & Dine’ and ‘Brunch. Lunch and breakfast’s lovechild,’ a storefront plastered with pictures of ‘benyays,’ and a pretty killer location (corner of Magazine and Washington), we were expecting Brick & Spoon to take brunch very, very seriously. Walking in, we were excited, ya’ll, and ready to get our brunch on. But that didn’t last long. From the moment we stepped in, Brick & Spoon gave me mixed feelings. The space is cute. (Who doesn’t want the first