My husband and I enjoyed Sunday brunch here during our vacation to California. We actually had tried to get in for dinner reservations the night before but it was booked solid so we figured brunch would be the second best option. We arrived around 11:30 AM and were promptly seated on the back patio. The menu options were limited but unique. My husband ordered a bloody mary and a duck dish and I ordered a fig liquer infused cocktail (similar to a mimosa) along with a pork belly sandwich and frites. We both thoroughly enjoyed our selections. We had only wished we were staying another day so we could try their dinner menu.
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