You wake up, hungry enough to eat a bear.
A large bear.
With the hair still on.
Bring it, baby, this gut is goin’ for the bomb!
Front and center on the breakfast lineup, the steak and eggs platter features an 8-ounce top sirloin with mashed potatoes, mushrooms, eggs (duh) and streak sauce. That bad boy will keep you going all day, for $15.
What else? Vegetarian eggless scramble ($11), chorizo scramble burrito (wrapped black beans, eggs, chorizo, salsa verde, and provolone, $11), four different eggs Benedict options ($12 for the salmon, $11 for the others), and four three-egg omelettes, including plates built around goat cheese, cold smoked salmon, smoked bacon and a veggie medley of squash, red pepper, green onion and provolone cheese. All for $11.
Relax, carbo hounds — we’ve got your pancakes covered: Buttermilk, granola and bacon-corn. Not your cup? Step sideways, with a plate of vanilla French toast or the standard with berry compote.
Then again, sometimes your brain cells just cry out for a Bloody Mary. We’ve got your basics, but we’ve also got a Mary unlike any you’ve ever tried — the Dream Mary. For $13 (yes, it’s a meal), you get sirloin steak, bacon shrimp, fried potatoes, pickled green beans, asparagus, celery and lime … with your vodka and Lyle Style Mary mix. Yikes! Stand back, you’re gonna blow!
You know us — we don’[t skimp on portions. Nothing’s changed, even though the lineup has taken a tune-up. Beyond the soups and salads, the burgers (rosemary lamb burger, yum, for $13), we’re serving a selection of six plates and bowls.
We’ve got your comfort collection — oven-baked three-cheese mac, or home-style lamb meat loaf — plus a BBQ Pork Bowl (on saffron rice, butternut squash, spinach, crispy onions and roasted pepper salsa, $15), a Thai Chicken Bowl (on steamed rice, green curry, coconut, cilantro, cabbage, lime and sesame seeds, $16), our own take on Spanich paella ($16), and steak and potatoes (for the down-home types, $17).
There’s more, of course. There’s always more. Read eat … and eat.
Can you wait a single, solitary minute more to get your hungry ol’ hiney in here and chow down?
Hours are 7 to 11 a.m. for breakfast, and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch (with some breakfast items available throughout). Open seven days a week.