Day of the Dead Brunch 10/28-10/29

Día de los Muertos “Day of the Dead” is traditionally celebrated across three days from October 31st – November 2nd. This year it falls Mid-week and while we could serve up a spooky Halloween brunch, we’d prefer to honor the dead with a spirited brunch filled with an abundance of Mexican inspiration via food & drink. Feel free to join us and get in the spirit by putting on your best costume & makeup…who knows, we might do the same!

Brunch will be served from 10AM-3PM on both Saturday, October 28th, & Sunday, October 29th. Reservations are available at 10:00/11:45/1:30, call today or use the RESERVE app!

Pan Dulce Trio | Conchas, Pan de muerto, and Elotes

Arroz con Leche de Coco | rice pudding, coconut milk, cinnamon, vanilla, raisins

Calabaza en Tacha | Fall squash cooked in piloncillo syrup

Jalisco Red Pozole | traditional hominy soup of pig’s head, chiles and oregano garnished with cabbage, radish and lime

Chilequiles | fried tortillas, roasted tomato salsa, a fried egg, red onions, cilantro, queso fresco, lime

Harvest Salad | roasted beets, pumpkins & onions, baby greens, pumpkin seeds, aged goat cheese, honey & chile vinaigrette

Sweet Potato Pancakes | trio of fluffy buttermilk & sweet potato pancakes, cinnamon piloncillo syrup, vanilla butter, fleur de sel

Chorizo & Potato Quesadillas | duo of All Souls corn Tortillas filled with housemade chorizo, roasted potatoes, sliced red onions, and queso Oaxaca served with guacamole and sour cream

Torta Ahogadas | carnitas torta, pickled jalapeno mayo, beet greens, queso fresco, cilantro, and shaved red onion in a spicy arbol chile tomato broth

Tamales | fresh masa tamale filled with roasted poblano and queso Oaxaca, topped with crema and tomatillo salsa, side of rice and beans

Enfrilojadas | All Souls corn tortillas filled with shredded chicken, covered in a silky black bean and chili sauce, finished with sour cream, chorizo and pickled red onion, side of rice

Mole | slow-cooked chicken leg slathered with pumpkin mole, pumpkin seeds, shaved red onion, oregano, side of rice

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