Brunch has quickly become the phenomenon of a generation and the perfect way to spend a weekend morning… And maybe stretch into the afternoon.
Your pocketbook can quickly get tired of all the eating out, but there’s no rule that says you can’t host your own. Here’s what you need for a restaurant quality brunch at home:
- The obvious: Champagne. Because duh. We recommend Riondo Prosecco for mimosas and Piper Heidsieck for drinking on its own. Cut down on costs by asking your friends to each bring a bottle.
- Easy snacks. A fruit platter, cheese and crackers, crudite. Something your guests can snack on while waiting for the main event.
- If your guests have their own tastes, you can order each person an individual meal and we’ll bring it to you the night before. Then you just have to eat it up and voila! Chef-crafted, ready-to-eat meals.
- Or make it easy, and order a few platters. Our brunch favorites are tamales, breakfast tacos, or even gourmet sandwiches.