(map) If quail eggs benedict are your idea of heaven, you should definitely try the new brunch menu here. Rounded out by omelets, french toast, pancakes, steak and eggs, even fried chicken served up with biscuits and mac ‘n cheese, it’s a mellow way to start your Sunday. Especially if you hit the make-your-own Bloody Mary bar (more on that later). Back to the quail: there’s a regular eggs benedict dish on the menu, but this was something special. Boneless Texas quail stuffed with pork sausage, over fried eggs and drizzled with lemony fresh Hollandaise. Special!
The pibil and grits is composed of spicy braised pork, creamy jalapeno-cheddar grits, all cooked greens, topped with a fried egg. You will need a nap after this one.
The build-your-own Bloody Mary bar offers a good chance for creativity and self-expression. The bartender pours the vodka for you, then it’s off to the races. Who doesn’t like a good Bacon Bloody Mary?