Thursday, July 14, 2011

New Brunch Options: Cork and Lincoln

Photo by Emily Clack
I love brunch on the weekends.  Two restaurants will be opening their doors for brunch.  Check out Cork and Lincoln. 

Cork Brunch

Logan Circle neighborhood hotspot Cork Wine Bar will begin opening its doors for Sunday brunch for the first time ever on July 17. The new  brunch program will feature delicious new sweet and savory dishes as well as some favorite dishes from the restaurant's regular menu.  The inaugural brunch will also feature a special cocktail menu designed to accompany morning and mid-day fare. The menu will feature two unique mimosa flights. Unlike flights at other restaurants, these will feature fresh, exotic juices, that can't be found anywhere else in town.The White Armagnac Mojito, an Apricot Fizz and Cork's House-made Spicy Lemonade will also be available to spice up any Sunday morning.  Brunch will be available on Sundays from 11am - 3pm at Cork Wine Bar. The new brunch menu will feature a variety of dishes, including sweet pastries as well as fun new twists on old favorites like eggs and French toast. The complete brunch menu is as follows.


LINCOLN Restaurant announces the opening of their outdoor patio and the launch of Sunday Brunch at LINCOLN.  Whether you choose inside or out, Corporate Executive Chef, Demetrio Zavala, and Executive Chef, Karen Nicolas, will be serving up a variety of farm fresh items including Chilled Watermelon and Tomato Gazpacho, Marscapone Stuffed French Toast, Griddled Pancakes with local peach and strawberry compote and a classic fluffy 3 country egg rolled omelet…. Menu items range from $8 - $14.  In addition, he LINCOLN mixology team will be creating the city's only Bloody Mary and Mimosa Punch Bowls (photos available) customized to your liking in a 64 ounce bowl.  Each bowl serves up to 6 and will be $42.  For more information and reservations, please call (202) 386-9200.  Brunch is available every Sunday from 11am-3pm

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