Miso crab enchiladas, a French onion burger, vegan loco moco, and funnel cake French toast make the menu of Brass Fork Kitchen & Bar, the new 24/7 restaurant opening at Palace Station in March. The restaurant takes over the former Grand Cafe space with 194 seats, a full-service bar, a pastry shop, and breakfast through dinner dishes.
Comfort foods take center stage. At breakfast, that means eggs Benedicts, hashes, chicken fried steak, and ham chops and eggs, as well as pancakes, waffles, and French toast. Novelty dishes include peach cobbler pancakes and waffle-pressed doughnuts with bacon, maple, and coffee icing.
The menu includes Cuban fries with mojo pork, ham and Swiss fondue, and a crab Rangoon flatbread topped with cream cheese, crispy wontons, and crab. Sandwiches and burgers range from a panini grilled cheese and a muffalta sandwich to a surf and turf burger.
New York steak frites, barbecue meatballs on mac and cheese, meatloaf, hearth oven brick chicken, and fish and chips will be served daily.
The drinks menu includes bloody Mary’s and Champagne cocktails, as well as boozy and non-alcoholic shakes such as the green tea matcha shake with vodka and white chocolate liqueur or chocolate peanut butter banana with banana whiskey. The restaurant also plans to serve fresh pressed juices. Nitro cold coffee brews and teas round out the menu.
Over on the sweets side of the menu, diners can head to an ice-cream cone station with house-made waffle cones dipped in chocolate and candy shop favorite toppings, or order chocolate-covered apples dipped with different toppings, ice cream sundaes, a salted caramel brownie parfait, and red velvet cake.
The in-house bakery plans to feature muffins, cookies, cakes, macaroons, and doughnuts.
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