Copeland’s of New Orleans is Now Serving Weekend Brunch
Full Menu Featuring Bottomless Champagne and Mimosas
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Copeland’s of New Orleans is now serving its new weekend brunch. Brunch hours are on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at all local Copeland’s locations. The full brunch menu includes comforting, indulgent and light options from benedicts, waffles, breakfast plates, omelettes and $15 bottomless champagne or mimosas. “We believe that our new menu will excite all taste buds, combining traditional Copeland’s and New Orleans flavors with a fresh take on brunch. Brunch is the best way to start the weekend and it’s always a great gathering point for families and friends” said Al Copeland Jr. “Prior to COVID-19 we were working on a brunch menu revamp. This gave us the opportunity to work in the kitchen and make it a perfect menu to relate to our loyal and new guests.”
The brunch menu will feature traditional entrees, omelettes, sweet and savory waffles, handheld sandwiches, Benedicts, as well as sides, meats and biscuits. Entrees include hearty dishes like the Crab Hash (jumbo lump crabmeat, sweet potato and mushroom hash, red peppers and hot honey topped with poached eggs and hollandaise) and Fat City brunch fries (twice cooked beer battered French fried topped with pimento cheese, roasted red peppers, Colby Jack, applewood bacon, breakfast sausage, scrambled eggs and house dressing). Several omelettes one featuring Copeland’s Spinach an Artichoke Dip, the Florentine (artichoke and spinach dip, fried artichoke hearts, Monterey Jack and parmesan). Lighter options like the California (four egg whites, rosemary turkey, roasted red pepper, spinach, Monterey Jack with grape tomatoes and avocado). Sweet and savory waffles offer something for every taste: fried chicken and waffles, classic honey butter waffles, bananas foster waffles, and strawberries and cream waffles. The options include handhelds and benedicts like the Jazz (crawfish toast topped with poached eggs, fried crawfish and hollandaise).