What to Eat For Brunch at Prohibition Taproom

The arrival of Prohibition Taproom to the Loft District last November was a boon to begin with (Rick Nichols referred to it as “something of a beacon and a safe harbor”), so imagine what weekend brunch service will mean to the neighborhood. On Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the gastropub will fulfill a neighborhood void. Check out the menu, below.

Large Plates
Eggs Benedict — two poached eggs on brioche a tete with sauteed spinach, Canadian bacon, housemade hollandaise and home fries. 9.5
Eggs Any Style —two eggs with home fries, toast and a choice of bacon, sausage or Pisto. 8.5
Steak and Eggs — grilled Hanger steak topped with a mushroom Madera butter, two eggs any style, and house cut fries. 12
Baked Eggs — two eggs baked with our filling of the day and toasted pan levain. 9
Omelet of the day — served with home fries and toast, check the board for the… 9
Skillet Cake — cast iron baked sweet oven cake topped with lemon custard, mixed fruit, and fresh whipped cream. 9

Sides
Bacon 3
Sausage 3
Pisto 3
Home Fries 3
French Fries & Aioli 5
Field Greens 5

Coffee & Such
La Colombe Drip 2.5
French Press 5
Teas — Eng. Breakfast, Earl Grey, Chamomile, Green 2
Juices — OJ, Grapefruit, Pineapple, Tomato, Cranberry 2

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[Photo: via Prohibition Taproom]

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What to Eat For Brunch at Prohibition Taproom