All we’ll say is: It’s un-miss-a-ble.
Brunch has never been more popular, but do you know where it originates from and what the point of this mid-morning meal is?
The word “brunch” comes from the combination of the words breakfast and lunch. It’s a late breakfast—and an early lunch.
The word was first used by Englishman Guy Beringer more than 100 years ago. Toward the end of the 19th century, he wrote: “Brunch is cheerful, sociable, and inciting. It is talk-compelling. It puts you in a good temper, it makes you satisfied with yourself and your fellow beings, it sweeps away the worries and cobwebs of the week.”
And this explanation still holds true today. There’s no rush; during a lazy brunch you can enjoy a slow meal with friends while eating something truly delicious.
At Bestia, the weekends start with brunch. Our brunch is impressive because after a long week, a great brunch will get the weekend off to a great start.
Bestia’s brunch menu includes favorites like a classic English breakfast, avocado toast, and smoked salmon benedict, but for something a little different you can also try goose liver pate, shakshuka, our signature Angus burger, shredded beef sandwich, or crispy eggs with fried pork belly.
Naturally, brunch isn’t complete without some sweets, so we recommend you try our American pancakes, waffles, or healthy granola.
To toast the start of the weekend, we recommend a Bloody Mary, an Espresso Martini, or a more exotic Sakura Punch.
Whatever you choose, we’re sure that once you’ve had brunch at Bestia once, you’ll be making a habit of it! We warned you…