The other weekend my husband and I grabbed brunch at one of our favorite brunch spots with some friends. We decided to start the morning with brunch cocktails at a pop-up Sunday brunch cocktail spot.
The brunch cocktail pop-up serves Bloody Marys and other popular brunch cocktails on Sunday mornings. I opted for a virgin Bloody Mary, my friend stuck with club soda, and our husbands decided to try a new-to-us cocktail, the Gordon’s Breakfast. The Bloody Mary alternative is made with gin, jalapeño simple syrup, cucumber, horseradish, lime juice and mint. The virgin Bloody Mary and Gordon’s Breakfast were both topped with a garnish of olives, sausage, bacon and celery. To me, the Gordon’s Breakfast looked like a clear version of the Bloody Mary. My husband and our friend said the cocktail had an interesting flavor profile but that they wouldn’t order it again.
After we finished our drinks, we made our way to The Kibitz Room. The classic Jewish deli is a favorite of ours. It was a first-time visit for our friends. The menu and the portions are huge. There are sandwiches, smoked fish platters, Jewish comfort food, eggs, sweet breakfast dishes and more. I tend to alternate between a few dishes, and on our recent visit I opted for a BLT with a side salad. One of the fun draws of the deli is its pickle bar. Diners may choose from a variety of pickles including half-sours, pickled tomatoes, health salad and sweet pickle chips. We each grabbed our own pickles and added an order of fries to share for the table. We all left with to-go boxes, and our friends are new fans of the deli!
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