Brunch at Verde Kitchen is Calling Your Name
Brunch is very popular in the U.S., and it may seem like a tradition that was invented here. But, it’s not; it is attributed to an Englishman, Guy Beringer, in the late 19th century. And its purpose was to help people recuperate from a hangover. Thus, the seemingly peculiar mixture of foods, including dessert, and even alcohol. However, despite taking some time to catch on in the U.S., we also have the tradition. And you can find it at Verde Kitchen .
A New Day
Don’t be afraid to roll out of bed late on a Sunday, only to find brunch is already over at Verde Kitchen. Not true! Brunch only starts at 11:00 a.m., and concludes at 3:00 p.m. By all means, bring your queasy stomach with you; whatever ails it can be quelled, if not cured, but what’s on the menu.
Since Verde Kitchen is a Mexican restaurant, the food is a little more diverse than the usual ham and eggs, toast, and coffee. Simpler items include sweet corn pancakes, or two eggs (any style), with home fries and tortillas. More interesting selections include masa biscuits with chorizo gravy, with poached eggs and potatoes.
Should you like something with character and flavor, revueltos is a good choice, with scrambled eggs, chorizo, black beans, cracked tostada (fried tortilla), and queso fresco (light cheese). The menu also includes liberal measures of roasted pork, avocado, chipotle, scallions, refried beans, corn chips, and salsa.
Of course, there is also something stronger, including Bloody Marys, Spicy Bloody Marys, and Mimosas. There is also several varieties of coffee. So, if you want to relive the glories of your previous evening of merriment, or just have a quiet Sunday, you can do it Verde Kitchen.