|Chicken and waffles at Uptown Tavern|
February 24, 2013
It’s been a couple weeks since the NFL season had its grand finale in New Orleans but for some of us the season has been over much longer than that (sorry Chargers fans). Has the lack of football left you feeling empty? Look on the bright side, several San Diego eateries are stepping up to help fill the void. Football will be back eventually, but in the meantime create a new Sunday tradition at one of these hot brunch spots.
Grab three of your closest friends and head to Uptown Tavern in Hillcrest for their 4-4-4 deal. It’s easy: four people order four entrees and the table gets a get a $4 bottle of champagne. With plenty of delicious options to choose from, you should have no problem rallying a group for brunch. Try one of their specialty Bennies like the Short Rib, complete with horseradish cream, spinach and a chorizo hollandaise. The Southern-inspired Tavern Chicken N’ Waffle boasts free range chicken tenders served alongside a white cheddar and bacon waffle, topped with garlic butter and a Woodford Reserve-infused maple syrup.
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