Tired of the same old Sunday brunch? O'Bryonville's Pampas Argentinian Gastropub can serve you your fix of excitement.
Pampas recently added a pork- and donut-centric item to its brunch menu: smoked pork shoulder, hot sauce, smoked maple syrup, and a 62-degree egg sandwiched between two Krispy Kreme donuts. If a combination of sweet, savory, and smoky flavors pique your interest, this dish is definitely worth the venture.
The brunch menu, which is available 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sundays, also has more traditional, yet eclectic brunch favorites including bagel and lox, Pampas Eggs Benedict with smoked piquillo, and fried chicken and biscuits with jalapeño jam.
Pampas Argentine Gastropub has been open and serving up selectively curated, rustic food and delicious cocktails since fall when Ignite Entertainment owner Juan Imeroni, inspired by his time spent at his grandfather’s farm in rural Argentina, first opened the doors of the restaurant.
Pampas sources ingredients from local farms and purveyors and produces dishes reminiscent of the Argentinian countryside under the culinary direction of Chef Patrick Bowling, the restaurant's website explains.
Other than brunch, Pampas offers an extensive dinner menu featuring charcuterie boards, lamb shank, and pickled pumpkin soup, as well as several house cocktails like the Field Day (Bison Grass vodka, apricot liqueur, fresh orange, and sparkling golden yerba mate.
Pampas Argentinian Gastropub, 2038 Madison Road, O'Bryonville.