Honor Kitchen & Cocktails offers Brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 2:30pm. The great thing is that when you sit down, they immediately place a carafe of fresh orange juice on your table along with sparkling wine so that you can create a mimosa exactly to your taste! They are also known for their spicy Bloody Marys, made with one of three peppered house infused vodkas or a savory bacon washed vodka.
You can begin a leisurely brunch with fresh Oysters on the Half Shell accompanied by an apple, cucumber, jalapeno mignonette or launch right into Fried Chicken & Waffles: bacon stuffed waffles, buttermilk-fried chicken and blueberry chipotle syrup. You can also have a couple of starters like a bowl of seasonal fresh Farmers Market fruit and a Giant Bourbon-Pecan Sticky Bun made with pecans, hot bourbon sticky sauce, currants and whipped mascarpone.
Besides great food and cocktails, Honor likes to bring new musicians to Emeryville. On Thurs., Mar. 8, they are hosting best selling author, cult songwriter and storyteller Mishka Shubaly. For more information on how to attend this event please email [email protected]
Honor Kitchen & Cocktails is located at 1411 Powell St. in Emeryville – (510) 653-8667. Please note they do not accept reservations.
Trader Vic’s offers up Brunch on Sunday March 18 with what they are dubbing a Tiki Fashion Show Brunch from 11am – 3pm, with the fashion show starting at 1pm. Retro Diva is providing the clothing and all items are for sale after the show at 3pm. Exotica Sounds by DJ Otto von Strokeim will keep the Tiki Fashion Show lively. Enjoy the history of Trader Vic’s before you arrive and peruse the Brunch Menu.
Reserve a table now at Trader Vic’s, home of the original Mai Tai: (510) 653-3400. Trader Vic’s is located down on the water at 9 Anchor Drive in Emeryville.
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