Toro Toro Goes Bottomless, Adds New Dishes and Cocktails (Savory Photos)
What's better than brunch? Nothing. Except when it's bottomless brunch. It shouldn't be mistaken for buffet brunch. See, bottomless means you get to sit down and order à la carte. No items out in the open, no food under hot lamps, mo overabundance of caviar waiting to be eaten à la Biltmore. OK, maybe that's not too bad, but not many people can afford $89 per person for brunch every week.
Photos by Carla Torres
Enter Toro Toro, whose Brunch With Bravado is now served in this style. Every Saturday and Sunday, guests can enjoy unlimited small plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails for just $35. In conjunction with the brunch going bottomless, executive chef Reuven Sugarman has added some new items to brunch, lunch, dinner, and happy hour. Short Order was invited to sample some of the new dishes. See pictures after the jump.
If you're in the mood for some cocktails and small plates, look no farther than the pan-Latin steak house. New additions to its brunch include beef barbacoa grilled cheese, with braised short rib, toasted brioche, bel paese, and aji rocoto salsa; huevos rancheros, comprising pan-fried egg, black beans, tortilla, and chipotle tomato sauce; and achiote BBQ salmon, featuring chayote squash, bacon, mushrooms, and achiote ponzu sauce. Pair with bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, bloody marias, or micheladas.