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Ways & Means, with locations in Huntington Beach and Portland, Oregon, is known for its small plates menu with fresh shellfish and seafood dishes starting at $4 for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Luckily, there are lots of restaurants open for both Easter brunch and dinner.
The basketballs invited all residents to attend a free brunch and day-long painting party.
Upstairs, in a space adjacent to the large open kitchen, where a team of chefs prepares for brunch (this is the chef's first full-service restaurant), the more intricate pastries receive finishing touches.
Roll in for brunch, lunch, or dinner, and on your way out, grab some natural wine, baked goods, or pantry staples to take home from the small market up front.
Though savory Bloody Marys are omnipresent at brunches and cucumber regularly plays nicely with vodka and tequila, these local establishments are looking deeper into the garden for fresh ideas.
Seafood also is becoming increasingly popular for breakfast and brunch, thanks to popular dishes like shrimp and grits, crab Benedict and salmon frittatas.
The restaurant’s new dinner and brunch menus will be rolled out over the next few weeks.
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Origin and Etymology of brunch
First Known Use: 1895See Words from the same year
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