Sustainable Brunch at Max's Harvest This Sunday
Golden gaspacho with rock shrimp-crema is on the brunch menu.
Courtesy Max's Harvest
It has been said that brunch is the most important meal of the week. We say anytime it's socially acceptable to drink vodka and Champagne before the sun sets is a good thing.
Speaking of good things, how about indulging in a brunch filled with locally sourced ingredients and humanely-raised proteins?
This Sunday, August 26, Max's Harvest is hosting a sustainable brunch.
From 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., enjoy a host of items featuring farm-fresh
produce, local seafood, and heritage hen eggs.
Because ingredients are sourced daily, menu items are subject to change,
but expect to dine on items like pork belly eggs Benedict ($16),
pan-fried banana bread french toast with macerated strawberries ($15),
deviled heritage hen farm eggs ($5), house-made fresh-fried doughnuts
($11), golden gaspacho with Florida rock shrimp-crema ($10), and spear-caught grouper tacos ($15).
Visit the all-you-can-drink interactive Bloody Mary bar, featuring
locally sourced ingredients and handcrafted small-batch vodka and toast
Sunday with unlimited Champagne cocktails made with fresh fruit infusions for only $15 per person.
Like the idea of eating clean, locally sourced food and drinking bloody's made with handcrafted small-batch vodka weekly? Circle October on your calendar, because that's when Max's Harvest will start serving this sustainable brunch every Saturday and Sunday.
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