Yes, the fried stuffed olives are available during brunch. Photo by Catherine Downes.

Americano is Now Serving Brunch

This trendy restaurant is joining the mid-morning party with a weekend menu filled with Italian-American dishes and cocktails.

More and more recently opened restaurants are offering brunch. Wayward Sons released their weekend menu of egg dishes, share plates, and sweet baked goods on Easter. While Top Knot debuted a menu filled with playful spins on brunch staples earlier this month. The lineup includes a hot fried chicken Benedict on a biscuit with smoked gravy and a fried egg, and Thai French toast with crème fraîche, candied pecans, and maple syrup.

Americano at the Joule Hotel is joining the mid-morning party with a weekend brunch service featuring Italian-American dishes and cocktails. According to the release:

“Featured dishes from Executive Chef Matt Ford include savory options such as a Breakfast Pizza topped with sausage gravy, potatoes, and a farm egg, Baked Eggs with San Marzano tomatoes, salsa picante pesto, and housemade focaccia. Those with a sweet tooth will delight in the Housemade Nutella-Filled Doughnuts and Ciabatta French Toast served with almonds, lemon whipped ricotta, and blueberry maple syrup, while diners in the mood for lunch can opt for a selection of salads, pizza, and sandwiches…Created by Cuffs & Buttons, brunch cocktails like the Café Americano with Campari, punt e mes vermouth, cold brew coffee, and soda and Calabrian Breakfast Cocktail with earl gray gin, lemon, and orange marmalade, are perfectly paired with Chef Ford’s dishes, or simply sipped on their own while soaking up the sun on the outdoor patio.”

Americano’s brunch menu is available on Saturdays from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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