Sriracha, steak sauce and hot sauces.
East Coast Grill self proclaims that they have the World’s Largest Bloody Mary Bar. My friend enjoyed the Make Your Own Bloody Mary. The House made Tomato Juice with Vodka ($8.50)looked fresh and fun to add other accoutrements, for layers of horseradish, vegetables and hot sauce.
We enjoyed the Liquado filled with refreshing Mango, Banana, Strawberry, Lime and Guava Juice ($4.50).
Matt Matt’s Smoked Pork Nachos with Jack Cheese, fresh tomato salsa, Acar’s guacamole and green sour cream ($9.75) had layers of flavorful pork, refreshing salsa and tangy and creamy toppings.
We loved the Fried Sweet Plantains with queso fresco and guava ketchup ($4.00). The plantains were super sweet and was nicely balanced with the crumbled white cheese and guava ketchup.
Amilcar’s Guacamole with Fresh Corn Tortilla Chips and Tomato Salsa was unbelievable. The guacamole was rich, super fresh and one of the best guacamole ever ($6.00). The chips were super fresh as well.
The Breakfast platter, Yucatan style came with 3 eggs, black beans,sweet mango salsa, plantains and flour tortillas looked awesome ($9.75).
Amilcar’s omelette with Avocado, Black Beans, Jack Cheese over Salsa Verde and Salsa Roja, Queso Fresco and Guava Paste looked delicious ($8.75). Everyone cleaned their plate clean.
The Chile Crusted Black and with fresh Blue Tuna Taco with Arugula, Avocado, Lime Pickled Jicama and Orange Chipotle Glaze ($10.75).
The Ancho Molasses Grilled Skirt Steak with Chimmichuri was super tender and perfectly medium rare, the cheesy scrambled eggs were fluffy. We loved the Potato-poblano hash, tender, lightly crisp and full of flavor. The Griddled Corn Bread with grill marks was another nice touch and amazingly buttery ($15.75). We would get this again. Steak and eggs done in the best way.
East Coast Grill is so solid, cocktails, food and ambiance. One of the best brunches out there. The fun diner vibe was comfortable and festive. We can not wait for the next time to return for brunch or dinner.