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Brunch returns to Bar Ferdinand on Sunday March 25th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Northern Liberties Spanish tapas spot will feature a new menu of Spanish inspired brunch dishes and bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas.
Highlights include Torrija Rellena de Manzana (a Spanish French Toast, made from cider soaked brioche stuffed with sautéed apples and golden raisins, topped with whipped cream and drizzled with a brown sugar apple syrup), Huevos con Morcilla ‘Hash’ (poached eggs over Morcilla blood sausage hash and topped with a Piquillo Aioli), Egg Sandwich Española (brioche sliders with the classic Spanish Potato Omelette, house-smoked bacon, slow roasted tomatoes and aioli).
The Trestle Inn which has been having fun on Sundays with its Drag Your Ass Outta Bed Brunch is now adding a Saturday Morning Cartoon Brunch featuring classic Saturday morning cartoons projected onto the walls and accompanied by some of your favorite cartoon theme songs.
The same brunch menu from Sundays will be served and will include Trestle Inn appropriate breakfast cocktails like the Breakfast Sour, bacon washed bourbon, maple syrup, OJ and an egg white; a completely vegan Bloody Mary, spiced with our house pickle juice and garnished wit pickled veggies and much more.
It all starts this Saturday and runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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