Palace Station keeps the restaurant changes coming, now opening a 24/7 cafe replete with a bakery, peach cobbler pancakes, waffle-pressed doughnuts, and funnel cake French toast.
Each section of the menu brings traditional and twisted versions of dishes. At breakfast, that means standard omelets as well as versions with miso crab or chicken enchiladas. Eggs Benedicts, hashes, chicken fried steak, ham chops and eggs, pancakes, waffles, and French toast round out the morning.
Healthy and vegan dishes include a vegan loco moco and chia seed pudding.
Lunch and dinner offer Cuban fries with mojo pork, a ham and Swiss fondue, a mezze board, and flatbreads with crab Rangoon topped with cream cheese, wontons, and crab. A panini grilled cheese and a muffaletta sandwich with Italian meats, cheese, and relishes as well as a French onion or surf and turf burgers make up the sandwiches. Entrees include New York steak frites, barbecue meatballs on a bed of mac and cheese, and classics such as meatloaf, hearth-oven brick chicken, and fish and chips.
Brass Fork also features a full bar with bloody Marys 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. Diners can order fresh pressed juices such as the Detox filled with celery, cucumber, ginger, parsley, lemon, green apple, and spinach, and nitro cold coffee brews and teas.
For dessert, soft serve ice cream at a self-serve station filled with homemade waffle cones dipped in chocolate and candy shop toppings. Massive chocolate-covered apples decorated and dipped with a variety of toppings, a salted caramel brownie parfait, and red velvet cake round out the desserts.
The pastry shop features a variety of muffins, cookies, cakes, macaroons, and doughnuts.
Brass Fork Kitchen & Bar, Palace Station, 2411 W. Sahara Ave. Open 24 hours.