Brunch is back, curbside

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If you’re having trouble discerning the weekday from the weekend, may we recommend brunch?

That’s right, local restaurants are pivoting to accommodate would-be brunch-goers with creative menus and curbside pick-up to amp up your weekend.

ICYMI, here’s where you can bring Happy Hour home.

Brunch to-go

Tröegs Independent Brewing

If you know Tröegs, you know their brunch is no joke. Tröegs features a new special every week and offers fun takes on brunch classics like Mad Elf French Toast and Chilaquiles.

Their new Curbside Sunday Brunch keeps that variety and creative spirit alive.

Each week, the Tröegs kitchen comes up with a new menu featuring both sweet and savory items.

This week’s menu includes a pan of glazed cinnamon rolls and a Breakfast Skillet with a pound of house-smoked bacon, eight farm-fresh eggs, tomato, and roasted red pepper sauce, cheddar, and sourdough bread.

Pre-orders for Sunday Brunch are due by 6 p.m. on Thursday and must be picked up between 1-7 p.m. on Saturday.

Keep an eye out on their social pages for updated options every week.

Pick-up for all items goes through their current curbside pickup routine, which is very expedient and safe.

You can order beer and food at the same time, and a Tröegs employee will drop it right in your car or sit it on the ground for you.

Order Tröegs Curbside here.

Home 231

Home 231 Brunch Boxes

On Saturdays, Home 231 offers a limited brunch menu PLUS all the ingredients for an at-home Mimosa Bar.

Their DIY Mimosa Bar features a bottle of prosecco and your choice of two juices from a selection of orange, cranberry, lemon & thyme, grapefruit & basil, and plum & ginger.

A Home 231 “Brunch Box” comes with one entree, side, and beverage. You can treat yourself with an add-on of Home 231’s ever-popular donuts.

Limited Brunch Boxes are available and can be ordered by calling 717-232-4663.

Orders must be placed by Thursday and picked up Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Café 1500

Cafe 1500 Bloody Mary

Looking for a better Bloody Mary mix? Café 1500 has been mixing up takeout containers the last few weeks that just need to be topped with ice and vodka.

Here’s the deal:

  • 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sunday ONLY
  • (Virgin) Bloody Marys to-go
  • 16 oz. (serves 3-4) for $10
  • 32 oz. (serves 6-8) for $18
  • No famous toppings (sorry!)

For pre-order and curbside pick-up, visit cafe-1500.com and complete this form.

Raising the Bar

In the curbside but also (limited) DELIVERY department, we have the lovely bakers at Raising the Bar, located in the Broad Street Market.

Everything they make is delicious and breakfast/brunch appropriate. I am obsessed with their Whiskey Cake, and since I still haven’t nailed down a sourdough starter (take #2 is in progress), a baguette is on my must-list. Probably going to grab the last of those coffee cardamom cinnamon rolls, just saying.

You can order online all week, but orders should be in by noon for next-day availability. Takes time to bake, dolls!

Stay tuned as they unveil new products, special features, and more delicious baked goods!

Sara Bozich
Author: Sara Bozich

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