Did you know Dominick’s serves brunch? They have been for the past five months. While you’ve waiting in line to eat in the kitchen/closet that is Salt’s Cure or sitting in traffic at King’s Road or stuck inside at Comme ça, you’re missing out on a better brunch.
Take the fireplace, quiet sunny patio and a plate of blueberry ricotta pancakes at Dominick’s and you just made your Sunday.
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The wild boar bacon is thick cut and chewy. The smokiness isn’t overpowering and it’s not to fatty.
The simple tomato, basil and goat cheese fritata is a bit small, but very light and flavorful.
The olive oil fried eggs and potatoes is a plated hangover solution far superior to a lonely mimosa or bloody mary.
While Dominick’s brunch can’t top Square One’s, it’s still a great option for the neighborhood.
Muffaletta Sandwich $8
Roast Beef Po’Boy $6
Red Beans & Rice $5
Crayfish Pie $5
Eggplant Pirogue with Shrimp Sauce $8
Bread Pudding $5
Mini King Cakes $4