Palat, located in the heart of the trendy Upper Buena Vista neighborhood, will begin serving brunch starting Sunday, Oct. 14.
Known for its Coastal Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and contemporary small plates made from fresh and local ingredients, Palat’s weekly Sunday brunch will be available from 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. where guests can choose to dine inside the restaurant’s main dining room with rustic furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass windows or al fresco on the outdoor terrace.
Blending Mediterranean flavors with traditional brunch staples, the a la carte brunch menu was created by Executive Chef Pippo Lamberti and Sous Chef Dayan Hernandez. The menu will feature dishes such as Homemade Waffles, Grapefruit Brulee, and Yogurt Parfait with Mixed Berries and Homemade Cake Crumble, as well as favorites including the Palat Burger (my favorite) topped with a Sunny-Side Up Egg and a Tortilla Espanola with Potatoes and Onions.
“Naturally, the next step for Palat was to add brunch to our offerings. In Italy, people do not rush through their meal – they make dining an experience. In America, brunch is the biggest reflection of this idea,” says Pippo. “At Palat, we encourage our guests to leave the day to day hustle and bustle at the door and to embrace great company and excellent food in our relaxed atmosphere.”
For those who can’t live without Stone Crab season, Palat will also feature stone crabs on the brunch menu during season. Brunch dishes will range from $8 to $21.
Brunch remains incomplete without never-ending beverages, so Palat has created two bottomless options. The first option includes unlimited Mimosas, Bellinis, and Red Sangria and is priced at $20. The second bottomless option includes all of the above as well as a rosé called Cotes de Provence Cloud Chaser Rose and a crisp Vermentino Di Sardegna priced at $26.
Palat’s signature and specialty cocktails also will be available during brunch hours.
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