Brunch is the best meal of the week: it's low pressure; you can generally show up in a pair of shorts and flip-flops; and the food is delicious.
Besides who doesn't like a little hair of the dog to wash away the pain from a raging Saturday night?
To cure your ails and start up your Sunday Funday, Kapow! Noodle Bar is now offering Beats - Booze - Brunch with a Bloody Mary bar, bottomless mimosas, and entertainment.
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Starting just a couple of weeks ago, Kapow! started up its brunch program in the courtyard from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday.
In addition to its regular menu, the spot is serving up brunch specialties like bacon and jalapeno rangoon with chimichurri ($6), Captain Crunch French toast with Captain Morgan infused maple syrup ($11), bacon, egg, and smoked gouda spring roll with sriracha ketchup ($7), skirt steak and egg hash ($12), and more.
To prevent your hangover from creeping back -- or just keep you drunk from the previous night -- $15 bottomless mimosas and a $5 Bloody Mary Bar with a number of accoutrements are available.
"We start with four kinds of jump-off juices, organic tomato juice, our secret bloody mary mix, Zing Zang, and Clamato," said Kapow! partner Vaughan Dugan. "Then we have an assortment of hot sauces, Sriracha, worcestershire, fresh shaved horseradish, three kinds of stuffed olives, spicy pickled green beans and asparagus, pickles, organic cucumbers, bacon, and more."
Food and booze aside, the restaurant is aiming to entertain brunch-goers with music by DJ Misha Samson and a life size "Jenga" outside.
"Brunch is a really 'tricky' thing to get into because so many places do a 'brunch' just to add another avenue to generate revenue but they usually fail," said Dugan. "There are tons of great places to get a quality brunch, but none of them (that I've been to locally) provide any kind of excitement or atmosphere. We certainly didn't invent the wheel but we're gonna trick our wheel out and have some fun with it!"
Kapow! Noodle Bar is located at 431 Plaza Real in Boca Raton. Call 561-347-7322, or visit facebook.com/kapownoodlebar .
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