Weeks can drag, but there’s always Sunday brunch at Iron Horse Tavern to look forward to. Recognized by BOM voters three times running, Iron Horse offers a brunch unlike any other. Crowd favorites include the the Cap’n Crunch French Toast, Huevos Rancheros, and Steak & Eggs. Marketing and Sales Manager Stephen Dilettoso loves the Shakshuka: a Middle Eastern dish of poached eggs in a spicy red sauce with green chilies, onion, cumin, topped with some creamy, crumbly feta cheese.
Most popular on the brunch menu is the Eggs Benedict. Iron Horse dishes out a traditional, a vegetarian, and a Colonel Eggs Benedict: two fried eggs, fried chicken fritters, and ham layered atop buttermilk biscuits and smothered with a thick and creamy jalapeño gravy.
But brunch isn’t just about the food, of course. Iron Horse serves up bottomless mimosas every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Don’t dally—the line forms early. — JW
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