Brunch- a Culinary Journey

Classic (and some not so classic) American Brunch Selections

My Brunch: a Culinary Journey menus offer you a taste of Paris, Italy or Mexico. Or you can stay home for a Classic American Brunch

Recommended by our bartender:

“The traditional brunch drink is a Mimosa or Bellini. With so much great fresh fruit available in the Bay area, I love to substitute fresh “aguas” or fruit waters for the usual orange juice. My favorite is cantaloupe!  We also do a great Paloma with fresh grapefruit juice and tequila, a splash of soda, agave and lime!” (check here for complete bar menu).

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Popovers, strawberry butter

Fresh, seasonal organic fruit assortment, Organic Greek yogurt

Marshall’s honey G

House-made Pastry assortment

Chef’s selections: Local cheese assortment G


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Quiche Lorraine  

Spinach and Mushroom Pie

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Eggs Benedict served on house-made English Muffin

Niçoise Salad

Grilled ahi tuna, marinated artichoke hearts, green beans, hard-boiled eggs,

Niçoise olives on a bed of arugula



Frisée and Radicchio/ House-cured Gravlax/ Organic Strawberries/ Blood Orange Vinaigrette

Polenta and Mushroom Ragout served with a poached egg G

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Tartiflette (French Bacon, Potato, and Reblochon Casserole) G

House-made Turkey Hash with Eggs G

Veggie Scramble in Tomato Sauce

(Chef’s choice of local, organic seasonal vegetables) G


Popovers, strawberry butter

Baby Spring greens, jicama, mango, Cowgirl Creamery Feta,

raspberry-chipotle vinaigrette G

Hashbrown Potatoes


potato tart

Potato Tart with Bacon and Cheese G


Mimosas Tres Señoritas– fresh-squeezed orange juice, *champagne and topped with cointreau

Margaritas or Palomas

Bloody Mary

House Coffee


Bread Pudding, served warm,

housemade whipped cream,

seasonal berries

 Dulche de Leche Crepes


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