Tag Archive: bloody mary

Santa Barbara: Bloody Marys and Brunch at Brophy Bros.

  Last year I went to Santa Barbara for a day and fell in love with simple but good food at On the Alley, the casual shop and sister stand to Brophy Bros.… Continue reading

Studio City: Brunch at the Bellwether

  One Sunday, I headed over to Studio City to meet up with friends at The Bellwether. We were doing a birthday brunch so we celebrated by getting Bloody Marys to start. The… Continue reading

Mid-City: Brunch by Chef Ricardo Zarate at Smoke.Oil.Salt

  Recently Smoke.Oil.Salt‘s opening chef left and now Chef Ricardo Zarate (formerly Picca, Mo-Chica, Paiche) is consulting on the menu. SOS just launched Sunday brunch and I headed over to check it out.… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Bottomless Mimosas at The Church Key

  The Chuch Key in West Hollywood has launched bottomless mimosas. It’s a steal at $13. Recently I was invited to check ’em out but being the sassy girl I am, I opted… Continue reading

Miami: Dim Sum and Chinese Food at Blackbrick

  One morning we woke up with brunch on our minds. Initially we tried to go somewhere on the Beach but the restaurant ended up stopping brunch service on Saturdays… forever. Eventually the… Continue reading

Denver: Brunch at Beast + Bottle

We stayed at a nearby Airbnb and so it was an easy walk over to Beast + Bottle. It’s in a cute area of Denver with lots of shops and other interesting restaurants… Continue reading

Hollywood: The Amazing Bloody Royale at Franklin & Company

There are two kinds of brunch drinkers- Bloody Marys or mimosa drinkers. Those who like Bloody Marys appreciate their boldly flavored drink. Often described as a meal in a drink even the stingiest… Continue reading

Chicago: Brunch at Longman & Eagle

I’ve pretty much been obsessed with Longman & Eagle since I went a few years ago. I had always vowed to go back and I knew I wanted to go for brunch on… Continue reading

Venice: Sunny Spot Introduces Brunch

Sunny Spot is now serving brunch on weekends. Chef Roy Choi has introduced a menu of breakfast and lunch items with an island flair. There are also some day-drinking worthy cocktails like a… Continue reading

Lazy Sunday: DTLA

A couple of Sundays ago, I was enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon in Downtown Los Angeles. Most people think of DTLA as a ghost town after 5 p.m. when all the office drones… Continue reading