People are always asking me, "whats the brunch hot spot downtown for Sunday?" I've always had one answer, Nada.
But now there's a new spot demanding serious consideration, Nicholson's.
We couldn't pass up a change to sample the new brunch menu with the Nomerati's, good food, good friends, blah blah blah etc.
So with a brunch companions at the table and Shelia Grey at a table on one side of us and Molly Wellmann at a table at the other, no way was this going to be a boring meal.
Nicholson's chefs have whipped up a varied selection of dishes with a Scottish twist, there should be something for everyone even if like me you don't stray far from American fare. And the cocktail selection is very imaginative.
Laura started off a twitter avalanche with her selection of the Breakfast Fizz containing Bacon infused bourbon, Cointreau, maple syrup, lemon juice, seltzer and a slice of bacon. It ended with someone on twitter remarking that it sounded gross.
I can't think of anything I've ever consumed that contained bacon and wasn't fantastic. A sip of this drink included.
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Someone at Molly's table had a Bloody Mary with a beef straw. I know right? Crazy.
There were a number of things I wanted to try but settled on the Shepherd’s Pie Tart containing Beef and lamb filled pie crust, topped with a free range fried egg. very flavorful. Other food ordered at the table, The Beef Short Ribs Benedict and a NicGriddle.
Also ordered were the Chicken & Waffle Sliders, which Tony Shaw the bar manager at Nicholson's admitted were still a work in progress. It was a handful, there's talk of cutting the waffles in half, and maybe some extra sauce on the side? Don't let this scare you off as it might be totally redone when you make it in, just be sure to ask some questions.
So there you go, next time you are staying downtown, or if you live here, there's another spot for an incredible brunch.
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