I'm including my video of those two brunch visits here, you can check out the pictures of everything we ate without having to click through!
The Berlucchi Franciacorta is our usual sparkling wine choice when we come here for Happy Hour, which is the best or most affordable time to get the raw oysters. We splurged on oysters from Prince Edward Island that are not part of the Happy Hour deal on this morning so sparkling wine seemed a good way to go. The Soter Rosé was our choice at an afternoon brunch, it is not as pricy as the Franciacorta but equally delicious with the menu.
Other recommended brunch items seen in the video include:
Chilled sweet corn soup with blue crab salad
Butter biscuit with prosciutto and seasonal jam
Deviled eggs with prosciutto and chives
Chicken fried chicken with sausage gravy and fried eggs split by the kitchen
Cinnamon Roll served warm with cream cheese frosting
Hearth baked Dutch Baby with mixed berries and lightly whipped local cream