Cedar Grove presents Drag Brunch
Executive Chef Taylor Kearney’s curated three course menu puts the “treat” in trick-or-treat. Kearney elevates brunch favorites with a side of fabulous to pair well with some not-so-wholesome entertainment. As if Halloween candy isn’t enough, splurge a little more with an Assorted Pastry Basket, leading into a second course with options such as the Fruity Pebbles French Toast or Smoked Sausage Scramble with black pepper sausage, scrambled egg, hollandaise, potato hash, and crisp onions.
Bring out those closeted taste buds by trying the Chilaquiles with scrambled egg, cotija, avocado, salsa and tortilla before treating yourself to course number three. You can have your cake and eat it too with these three dessert choices: decadent Cranberry Crumb Bar, a crowd favorite Ice Cream Sandwich or a delish slice of Pumpkin Spice Cake with cream cheese frosting and candied pecan.
Good luck controlling your laughter with an adult potion in hand. No brunch is complete without cocktails from Beverage Director and noted mixologist Trevor Landry. Try an appropriately named Bloody Drag Queen, Threesome Mule, or keep the party going with our show stopping Grandma’s A Drunk Sangria Pitcher built for the whole table.
Cedar Grove isn’t just your typical brunch spot. The whimsical design featuring modern, stylized trees and floor-to-ceiling mirrors is the perfect backdrop for a sassy show such as this. Costumes will be abundant, drinks will be pouring, and entertainment will put The Rocky Horror Picture Show to shame.