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What to Eat For Sunday Brunch at Bow & Truss

Stefhanie Myers'
Stefhanie Myers’ “Oh Frijoles” Photo: Bow & Truss

North Hollywood’s new Bow & Truss, opened last month by Knitting Factory, the same company behind the neighborhood’s Federal Bar, is launching brunch service this coming Sunday. Chef Stefhanie Meyers, a vet of Rivera and Playa, is introducing new Latin-inspired manana meals from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. every Sunday. Myers will offer dishes including waffles stuffed with chorizo and cotija cheese, breakfast tacos bearing eggs, cotija, mushrooms, and piquillo peppers, chilaquiles, sweet spud hash with bacon and queso fresco and almond butter crepe with house-made caramel, in addition to mimosas and a bloody Mary bar. The best part? Nothing goes over nine bucks. See the full menu, below.


Stuffed Waffles
(Served with 2)
Chorizo & Cotija 9
House made granola 7
Strawberry Banana 8

(Served 2 per order)
Almond butter - with house made caramel 5
Blueberry & Crema 6
Lemon Strawberry 6

Breakfast Tacos
(Served with house made tomatillo salsa & harissa ketchup)
Stuffed - scrambled eggs, chorizo, peppers, cotija, piquillo,
mushrooms, & black bean puree 9
Filled - scrambled eggs, andouille, chorizo, bacon, peppers 8
Healthy - egg whites, sautéed arugula, peppers, charred corn, onions 8

Huevos & Things
(egg whites may be substituted for all scrambles only)

Eggs & Pots - scrambled eggs, peppers, potatoes, and chorizo 8

Oh Frijoles - navy beans, peppers, onions, andouille, and fried
egg 9

Not so Benedict - eggs, beans, piquillo sauce, sautéed arugula,
grilled muffin 10

Chilaquiles - scrambled eggs, tortilla chips, tomatillo salsa, crema, cilantro 9
I’m creamy - polenta, asparagus, charred corn, peppers, cotija

Fruity-licious - seasonal fruit, house made granola, plain yogurt

Sweet Hash - sweet potato, mushrooms, bell peppers, bacon, queso fresco 8

What to Eat For Sunday Brunch at Bow & Truss