We stopped by one of our fav brunch places in the South End, Union Bar and Grille (BMH’s review of Union Bar and Grille) for late brunch. The food is always consistent and service solid. We just love the black leather seats.
Our good friends started off with juice, coffee, ginger ale and we reviewed the menu divided into classics, eggs and greens sandwiches.
We started with the fluffy Brioche French Toast Stuffed with Fig & Bacon Jam and Maple Syrup for $9.25. This is absolutely good delish french toast lightly dusted with powdered sugar. We loved the quarters of figs and the sweetness contrasting the saltiness from the bacon jam.
Our buddy ordered the Prime Chuck Burger with Bacon, Cheddar, Smoked Tomato Remoulade and Rosemary Fries for $14.75. He demolished it, and given his appreciation for a good burger and fries, it is safe to say he liked it. We sampled the fries and they were nicely scented from the rosemary.
Our waiter suggested the BLT Pizza with Truffled Mayo & Fried Farm Egg for $11.75. This is a must and really special. The grilled flat bread had perfectly fried eggs and nice acidity from the slices of tomato. There was a crisp texture from the lettuce and bits of bacon. Drooling.
Our friend in her cute Peruvian sweater enjoyed the Kale Omelet with potatoes and toast for $7.75.
We had to order a side of the Short rib Hash for $4.75. The brussel sprouts were nicely roasted, had nubs of potatoes and shredded short rib. The stewy mixture was very rich and flavorful.