Beginning February 18, Miller’s Guild will expand its nightly dinner and weekend brunch to include weekday breakfast, lunch, grab n go and bar/happy hour. The grill will be prominent in each of the menus, completing a fully operational restaurant from 7 a.m. to dinner close, nightly.
PHOTO CREDIT TO RINA JORDAN
Here’s a quick snapshot of the new menus.
Weekday Breakfast + Lunch (9 a.m. – 2 p.m.)The 7 days a week brunch menu (expanded from the existing weekend brunch menu) is largely focused on whole raw foods, grains, and high protein items. From lighter, transportable fare such as Green Food Smoothie with cucumber, spinach, pepper and parsley to a house made high protein energy bar. Raw house made Muesli cereal and a house made jelly donut complement Poached Eggs, Sausage and Biscuits, “Crouton” of Duroc Pork Rillettes, and Corned & Braised Beef Cheek with red wine shallot eggs and hash.
Grab N Go (opens at 7 a.m.)The large party dining table, custom-made of black walnut, wheels around 90 degrees during the day for a breakfast and lunch service counter that offers a full menu of grab n’ go items for the neighborhood, beginning at 7 a.m. Items include Housemade Granola, berries and fruit with greek yogurt and wild honey, high energy caramel corn for afternoon snacking, and profiling the in-house bakery is the Buttermilk Biscuits with Honey Butter and Jam, Chocolate Espresso Peanut Butter Cookies and Orange Poppyseed Muffins. A selection of fresh breakfast sandwiches, quiche and unique lunch sandwiches will routinely change. Coffee from Fonte, Boylan’s Soda, and more are also available.
Bar/Happy Hour Menu (2-5 p.m.)Last but not least is the bar menu – the happy hour for Miller’s Guild, featuring Cheesy Pork Skins with Harissa, Slow Roasted Pork Sandwich, House Ground Beef Burger Housemade Bratwurst and more.
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