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Suite 100 Father's Day Brunch With Jack, Johnny, and Jameson

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Skip the tie and the power tools and give Dad something he could really use for Father's Day -- a brunch with you and his closest friends -- Jack, Johnny and Jameson at Suite 100 Riverfront.

Executive Chef Ted Inserra has put together an insanely ingenious and altogether manly brunch especially for Father's Day.

What, you say? Brunch can never be manly?  It certainly can -- when you add liberal amounts of scotch, whiskey, bourbon, tequila, vodka, and cigars!

Check out these testosterone-laden menu items:

Stuffed French Toast with Jack Daniels Bananas Foster Syrup

Steak and Eggs with a Jameson Irish Whiskey Demi-Glace

Chicken Wings Slathered in a Johnny Walker Scotch Whisky Barbeque Sauce 

Eggs Benedict with an Absolut Citron Hollandaise

Juevos Rancheros with Patrón Ranchero Sauce

Cohiba Dusted Onion Rings

All of the above dad-worthy menu items are served à la carte and fall into the $10 to $12 range.

Wash down all this masculine food with a bloody mary or a Long Island iced tea, or have Dad channel his softer side with a mimosa or frozen blender drink at a specially priced $5 during brunch and you've got yourself one happy papa!

Father's Day brunch at Suite 100 is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

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