Copper Vine Ups Its Brunch Game

New Bottomless Specials and A la Carte Menu Offerings

 

Copper Vine, the charming and historic gastro-eatery and wine pub in the Central Business District, has just changed up its weekend brunch with new offerings certain to tantalize the palate and pad the wallet. Available every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m – 3 p.m., weekend brunch now features new bottomless specials and a la carte menu offerings.

Guests can imbibe on unlimited mimosas and refreshing poinsettias made with blanc de blanc or sparkling rose of Gougenheim Malbec for only $20 per person, while kicking back in the restaurant’s courtyard, dining room or upstairs in one of the delightfully intimate dining spaces.

Soak up the booze with an array of creative a la carte offerings from Executive Chef Mike Brewer and Chef de Cuisine Amy Mehrtens. Savory offerings include chicken fried duck confit with cornbread waffle, honey butter and rosemary chicken gravy; and shrimp & grits – wild white shrimp, stone ground grits, rosemary and mushroom demi. On the sweeter side of brunch is the melt-in-your-mouth Dutch baby pancake with macerated berries and lemon curd.

Copper Vine also features 30 wines on tap, craft beer and a variety of creative signature cocktails including the Poison Ivy – Tito’s vodka, simple syrup, lemon juice, Herbsaint, and basil; Lady Killer – white crème de cacao, strawberry shrubs, topped with champagne; and the Mayor Roffignac – cognac, raspberry shrub, simple syrup, topped with sparkling wine – a nod to the signature cocktail served at the original Maylie’s.

Copper Vine is located at 1001 Poydras St. in New Orleans’ Central Business District.  Lunch from 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday; Dinner from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Sunday – Thursday; 5 p.m. – 11p.m. Friday and Saturday. Brunch is served 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.  For further information or reservations, please visit www.coppervinewine.com or call 
(504) 208-9535.

 

 

Categories: Lagniappe, Restaurants

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