Friday, September 30, 2016
101 Steak Opens Doors to Weekend Brunch
Rise ‘n shine, but not too early, for weekend brunch now offered at 101 Steak from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Executive chef Joe Ahn, an astute judge of appetites, bridges a.m. and p.m. desires with a menu that’s sure to please everyone at the table. Starters like house-made ricotta doughnuts with pear compote and lemon curd and specialties such as bananas Foster buttermilk pancakes are sweet eye-openers. Hungry after a late night out or morning workout? Order the wagyu pastrami hash with sweet peppers and onions, sunny side up eggs, potatoes and grainy mustard sauce; “Steve’s” Hangover Home Fries piled high with sausage, jalapeños, bacon, pimento cheese, red onions, tomatoes, avocado and sour cream; or the “Park Avenue Breakfast” featuring an eight-ounce filet served with a lobster and crab omelet topped with caviar crème fraîche and a side of home fries. If the brunch edict requires Benedicts, go for crab cake Benedict or steak Benedict. Kids like brunch, too, and the 101 kid’s brunch menu features favorites like the kid’s wagyu cheeseburger; buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup; “Lil’ Ga Morning” with scrambled egg, bacon and toast; and a chicken biscuit with fries or fruit. Over 21s can indulge in brunch cocktails like The Trashley, Old Pavilion Cooler, Pimm’s 101 Cup, spiced apple martini or 101 Fizz; the Libation Station where guests can add bubbly, vodka, tequila or gin to house-made purées, syrups or bloody mary mix; or choose nose-tickling sparkling wines and Champagne. Do brunch this weekend; call 770-805-8855 for reservations.