Friday, April 17, 2015

Vine Brook Tavern Lexington

Vine Brook Tavern in Lexington is currently doing Blunch Fri-Sun, but that will change on April 29th when they will start serving lunch Mon-Fri (with a new menu) and Brunch Sat-Sun. I haven't been back since my visits shortly after they opened. This was announced on Boston Bloggers, and a bunch of bloggers was invited to try the menu. The new menu wasn't available yet, so we all ordered from the old menu.

They do have a semi-secret dinner pizza takeout menu, and the chef sent out a grilled flatbread with prosciutto, pea tendrils, cheese, caramelized onions and sunny side up eggs to start us off. The flatbread itself was very light and really good and, of course, no complaints about the toppings either.

I ordered the Cast Iron Eggs ($12) with loaded breakfast potatoes, caramelized onions, bacon, two eggs over easy, sausage gravy. There was also some spinach hiding in there. This was a hefty portion, and everything was cooked nicely and was very tasty. The eggs were actually sunny side up, and that's how I like them, so I was happy with this.

The chef also brought out some of the Crispy Challah French toast ($11). Maple pecan butter, blueberries, maple syrup, maple bacon.
They also offer tastings/classes about once a month on different subjects, and they sell out quickly. It's worth mentioning that one in our party was vegan and the kitchen had no problem putting a dish together for her maybe because one of the sous-chefs are vegetarian himself.

The food was complimentary of the Wine Brook Tavern, but all the opinions are my own.

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