Address: 8300 4th St N, St. Pete, 33702
Parking: They just added extra free parking lots so you should be able to find a spot
Seating: There’s indoor tables and high tops and some half booth/half tables along with bar seating. It gets crowded for brunch to get there early or make a reservation
Service: Quick at first then gives you some uninterrupted time during the meal so if you need anything ask for it when they bring your food
Mimosa Bucket – $25
2 Zonin Prosecco, 1 Zonin Rose Prosecco, and 1 Charles De Fee Cuvee, with orange juice, peach nectar, and fresh sliced strawberries
This is perfect if you’re with a group of 3 or more as it makes about 9 mimosas. It’s fun to get to make your own combinations.
Upgrade on your traditional deviled eggs with pickled mustard seeds and chives added.
Again, great to share if you have 3 or more people. The filling is very creamy and smooth and the pickled mustard seeds add a bit of a pop.
served with salad, potatoes, grits, or fruit
Southern Benny – $14
Poached eggs, country ham, fried green tomatoes, brown butter hollandaise, buttermilk biscuit
It’s a huge portion of ham with large slices of fried green tomato. Tons of great flavor. A fun Southern twist on a classic dish
Short Rib Benny – $15
Poached eggs, caramelized onions, bearnaise, crispy shallots, buttermilk biscuit
You will leave feeling stuffed after this rich dish. Make sure to come hungry!
Spinach & Goat Cheese Frittata
Asparagus, caramelized onion, hollandaise
A great option if you want something a little lighter but still get your brunch flavors in.
They usually have the same menu with a few different options that come out seasonally. Sometimes the veggies that come with the dish may change.
Overall an excellent brunch place. You get what you pay for and will leave feeling full, you may even need a to-go box.