Posted 3 years ago in Eat & Drink by Ammanuel M. Ayalew
There is nothing quite like rolling out of bed to join your friends for a giant brunch. It is an unquestionably amazing weekend morning ritual, and there’s only one thing that can make it better — a boozy brunch.
Formento's Sunday Brunch is not one to miss! With handcrafted cocktails like the Randolph Mule with house-made ginger syrup, frozen strawberry daiquiri, and bellinis with fresh mango, raspberry or peach puree, you're sure to have a deliciously boozy brunch. Formento's brunch with an Italian twist welcomes guests every Sunday, both in the restaurant and on our dog-friendly patio--weather permitting.
Weekends | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The brunch drinks at The Dearborn feature house-made shrubs, fruits and herbs from local farmers and spirits infused in an eye-catching contraption atop the bar. The reigning favorite, I Like It Like That, is a blush-hued mix of Codigo Rosa tequila, citrus, raspberries and sparkling rosé. On Sundays, sip to the sounds of jazz ensemble Brooklyn Britches and the Whispers. Paired with the signature Biscuit and Gravy, your weekend won’t miss a beat.
$35 | Weekends, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Enjoy a bottomless selection of Latinicity's brunch specialties and lunch favorites brought to you by world-renowned Chef Richard Sandoval. The two-hour cocktail selection includes a wide variety of Latin-inspired mimosas, micheladas, cheladas and one of the best Bloody Mary (or Maria) bars in town.
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$30 | Weekends, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Land & Lake Kitchen serves elevated takes on classic Midwestern dishes. The restaurant is popular for its weekend offering of Mimosa Brunch, which includes any choice of brunch entree and 1.5 hours of unlimited mimosas. Brunch favorites include the Country Benedict with Italian sausage gravy and poached eggs on a house made biscuit and French toast with brioche, slow poached strawberries and chantilly cream.
$39 | Saturdays 12 – 2 p.m.
An original menu designed by Chef Rick Gresh is served tableside on rolling carts. That way, you can smash some ping pong balls and nibble from the ‘American Dim Sum’ bites in between sips of the bottomless mimosas or spice it up at the DIY Bloody Mary bar. Plus, AceBounce’s very own Games Gurus organize hilarious games for groups around the tables.