This is the spot to go for Sunday brunch. Amore has a bloody mary & Bellini bar, DJ spun music, breakfast pizzas, and indulgent brunch fare the entire family will enjoy. Brunch runs from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm on Sundays, and the menu is always filled with great choices.
Try the Amore breakfast pizza, which has hot and sweet peppers, scrambled egg and prosciutto. Or, how about the lox & schmear pizza, with mascarpone, smoked salmon, chives and fried capers? The bloody mary bar has over 50 of your favorite items, and the mimosas and Bellinis are of the bottomless variety.
This cozy diner has been a part of the community since 1987, with Sunday brunch each week from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. We’d say starting things off with a mimosa or Bellini (bottomless mimosas are available) is a pretty good idea.
From there, choose one of the many omelettes on the menu, or build your own. Fresh buttermilk pancakes are served with creamy butter and syrup. Try out the Ultimate Pancakes, with chocolate, peanut butter and bananas topped with whipped cream and a chocolate caramel drizzle. If you’re looking for something more on the lunch side, there’s a host of intriguing Greek specialties to enjoy.
Olio is a casual fine dining restaurant, with new American cuisine at affordable prices. The menu changes with the seasons, offering a strong mix of new and signature dishes. All stocks, sauces, pastas, breads, and desserts are made from scratch each day.
Sunday brunch specialties include chicken & waffles, huevos rancheros, cinnamon brioche French toast and corned beef hash and eggs. There’s a special brunch menu for the kiddos, too, which includes scrambled eggs, pancakes or French toast. The Saturday brunch menu has a few variations, including a lobster scramble and zucchini spaghetti.