It’s HUMP DAY! Woot Woot. We’re halfway there folks. Today is a short day at work for me as we have our company summer outing at the beach : ) Bodega taco truck and margarita machine included. #Spoiled
Part of me wants to re-cap all the amazing eats that we’re having today, but since it is WEDNESDAY, I will catch you up with things I have been eating these past few weeks since I am still on a smoothie/plain oatmeal/cheerio diet. Exciting times I tell ya.
So let’s get to it, and thank you Jenn for the link up!
I love small, family owned restaurants. Rosie’s is just that. It’s one of my favorite restaurants to go to on the weekend. Especially for a late breakfast, early lunch, some may call it brunch? (Yay for rhyming)
Their menu is based off local, organic produce, something I stand behind. However, as someone who is a self proclaimed “picky eater”, I often find limited menu selections at these boutique restaurants. A smaller menu = less options. Because of this I’m always altering my order, causing confusion, and more likely than not, receiving an incorrect dish.
But Rosie’s has a fantastic menu. For vegetarians and meat lovers alike. I love this place. For brunch, I can usually be found inhaling their chips and guac (hello homemade tortilla chips), and ordering their breakfast burrito (without meat) or custom omelet (see below) to start my Sunday.
Their menu offers everything from hearty breakfast staples (think French Toast, Eggs Benedict, and specialty pancakes), to chorizo tacos and veggie burgers. And don’t forget the specials. Usually themed (lots of Irish food in March), the specials are rotated frequently and are always delicious (taking boyfriends word on that). Waitstaff is always friendly and accommodating with any variations I have to my order.
Rosie’s is the perfect place to sit and rehash last night with your girlfriends over a latte, or fend off the Sunday scaries with a bloody. Rosie’s quickly became my weekend breakfast favorite, and it will become yours too.
I will caution that if you arrive during prime brunching hours, you will most likely have to wait (typically 20-30 minutes) for a table. Rosie’s only takes reservations for parties of 6 or more.
I will leave you with my most valued piece of advice…. Get a blueberry muffin to-go. I usually eat mine in the car….
Do you have a local go-to spot for weekend brunching?
Favorite baked good? Blueberry muffins. Must. Be. Toasted!