The all-new Upper East Bar is raising the roof on weekend brunch! Executive Chef Anthony Sinsay has introduced the “Sunrise Social Brunch” – served Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am-3pm – featuring traditional brunch dishes with creative twists.Start out with a deliciously cold cocktail. Try the Frosé, made with Martini & Rossi Dry Rosé Wine, Aperol, strawberry, and lemon. This cocktail trend is perfect for sitting out on the beautiful warm rooftop at Upper East Bar. Perfect to share: Chef Sinsay has created a number of plates that are perfect to share and collectively enjoy. Whether you’re looking for something sweet or salty, these dishes will satisfy your cravings while you take in the surroundings of downtown.Crab & Avocado Toast with lemon, radish, and sprouts on rustic loaf is one an amazing dish to eat in the sunshine. Bright, fresh flavors pop in your mouth, with a perfect balance of texture from the crispy toast, soft avocado, and cool radish. This is definitely not your generic avocado on toast! While it is cut up into easy-to-share slices, you probably wont want to share!Peanut Butter Crunch French Toast “Fries” served with maple butter and berry “ketchup.” The name of this dish might mislead you. The peanut butter flavor is so subtle you might miss it, but there is a nostalgic cinnamon flavor. And the strips of french toast are much, much larger than what you might expect from being labeled “fries.” But this dish is great for sharing and has great texture and crunch! Brunch is served served Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am-3pm.
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