Not enough has been said about brunch at McGuire's, but the general tenets of the restaurant still hold true on Sunday mornings: big portions, reasonable prices, music and booze to boot!
Order a breakfast entrée and they'll start you off with three powdered sugar-dusted beignets and an Irish coffee of your choice - frozen or piping hot. Hubs had the six egg Mexican omelet (yeah, we're from Texas) which came with crispy potatoes, a slice each of fresh pineapple and watermelon and two strawberries. He liked it.
I had Eggs Killarney: basically eggs benedict only substitute filet tips for the Canadian bacon and then add a slice of tomato, a perfectly poached egg and top with creamy hollandaise. You get two plus the aforementioned potatoes, fruit, beignets and booze. I could only eat one so I've got leftovers for breakfast on the balcony!
Service was prompt and friendly. The restaurant was filled with families, kids and even a few babies - and the entertainment was tailored for this type of group on a Sunday morning - lone guy with a guitar singing old standards, nothing bawdy.
We've been to McGuire's twice, once for lunch and now for brunch - both were terrific!
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