Tuesday, January 17, 2017

“Seas” Sunday Brunch at Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar Beginning Jan. 22

East Cobbers setting sail for a top-notch Sunday brunch now have a must-do destination, Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar for brunch from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Sunday brunch menu, filled by chef/owner Doug Turbush and executive chef Brendan Keenan, glows with more gems than a treasure chest. Current lunch favorites such as crab deviled eggs ($9), fish and chips ($16) and raw oysters are bolstered by imaginative brunch options like the lobster chilaquiles with chipotle, avocado, Cotija cheese and crema ($17) and the “Hangtown” Benedict with 12-hour thick cut bacon, fried oysters, poached eggs and brown butter hollandaise ($16). Non-seafood selections - including sweet and savory dishes such as house made doughnut holes ($6), praline French toast with salted caramel and bourbon cream ($12), Dutch baby “pancake” with lemon sabayon ($11) and the Drift burger ($14) - round out the menu alongside tasty soups, salads and sides. The menu is complemented by a selection of brunch cocktails courtesy of beverage manager Jose Pereiro. Soon-to-be favorites include the Just Beet It (vodka, beet shrub, lime and mint) and the Rock the Boat (rum, mango, jalapeño and cilantro). Your brunch ship has come in at The Avenue East Cobb. 

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