Brunch at Jalopy

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Brunch

Right next door to Jalopy Theatre is the Jalopy Tavern, which serves a delicious Brooklyn Brunch on weekends from 11am-3pm.  While the menu changes as fresh ingredients are available, here is what was available last month:

Starter Snacks

Beignets $6

Fried pastry coated in powdered sugar. Great to share. Better to dunk!

Smothered Biscuit $6

High rise biscuit smothered with country gravy.

House Specials

The Jalopy Burger $12

Bacon, Cabot cheddar, jalapeno, red onion, lettuce & a pickle spear. Add fried egg $1

Fried Chicken and Biscuit $12

House biscuit, fried chicken cutlet, country gravy, sunny side up egg. Yes.

Eggs Creole  $16

Poached eggs atop toasted sourdough and grilled andouille, finished with shrimp Creole sauce. Served with home fries.

✿ Breakfast Burrito $9 (2)

Flour tortilla with scrambled eggs, white cheddar, black beans, salsa, pico de gallo, sour cream. Add bacon, sausage or Canadian bacon $1.5

Jalopy Eggs Benny $10

Toasted sour dough topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, cherry tomatoes, and a scallion Hollandaise. Served with home fries.

Jalopy Breakfast $7

Two eggs any style, home fries and toast.
Add bacon, sausage, or Canadian bacon. $2

Omelettes

All omelettes served with home fries and toast

✿ Florentine $9

Baby spinach, tomato, goat cheese

✿ Caprese $10

Egg whites and fresh mozzarella. Topped with cherry tomato and fresh basil.

Lorraine $10

Bacon, scallion, gruyere
 
Or build your own. Three egg omelette with potatoes and toast.
Add:

 $1 each: Spinach, tomato, scallion, red onion, basil, jalapeno, artichoke, green peppers

$1.50 each: Bacon, sausage, Canadian bacon, Andouille, cheddar, goat, gruyere, bleu

 

Griddled Goods

Sides N Such

 

Price does not Include Gratuity
Grass Fed Meats and Dairy

✿ = Vegetarian


yelp Yelp Review:

“Grab some friends on a Saturday or Sunday and make the trip down Columbia Street to try Jalopy’s new BRUNCH. If you do brunch like I do, you can start with some hot coffee (it comes in a cute French press for the table), followed by the obligatory weekend morning Bloody Mary. I had the steak and eggs last Sunday, which comes with a biscuit that’s so good I don’t have the vocabulary to describe it. The steak and eggs: cooked perfectly. But, speaking of biscuits: you can design your own breakfast sandwich (get as crazy and creative as you want). The coconut french toast is also fantastic. Great atmosphere and an even better crowd.”