As of this Sunday, restaurants with Sunday sales permits will be able to sell wine and spirits two hours earlier under a new state law that takes effect this weekend.
The law, which was built into the state budget, allows restaurants with D-6 liquor permits to begin Sunday sales at 11 a.m. instead of the current 1 p.m. So now your french toast can be complimented with the classic brunch Mimosa, made with fresh O.J. and champagne.
Not sure what drink compliments your breakfast? Pacchia in the Oregon District has made it easy by suggesting cocktail pairings for you:
Challah French Toast, sausage, home fries, fresh fruit – Mimosa
The German 2 eggs, Goetta, smoked sausage, potato pancakes, fried apples
– a beer
The Irish -2 eggs any style, sausage, bacon, baked beans, roasted tomatoes and toast – a traditional Irish coffee
The American -Omelet Your Way, home fries, 2 buttermilk pancakes-Bloody Mary
Some Brunches worth checking out:
Jazz Brunch at Michael’s Sun 11am – 3pm
Brunch & A Movie at The Winds starting Sun’s at 10am
Cena, Sun 11am – 3pm
Madison’s Bistro, Sun 10am-2pm
Meadowlark, Sun 10am- 3pm
The Caroline, Sun 10:30am – 1:30pm
Yankee Trace, Sun 10am – 2pm
Serving Brunch on Sat & Sun:
Did we miss your favorite brunch? Let us know.