Chef Castro’s brunch menu will feature classic dishes and unique reimaginings alike, promising to be a crave-worthy dining experience
La Neta Cocina y Lounge opened its doors in late summer of this year to a buzz that only their irreverent yet exclusive energy could capture. Now they’re kicking the doors down with that same unapologetically unique mindset and declaring, “Let’s F*#k’n Brunch!”
Let’s F*#K’n Brunch!
From the mind of Chef Israel Castro, La Neta’s central theme is right there in the name; “The Truth.” A modern approach to Mexican cuisine, La Neta shows off their own unique takes on classic dishes in celebration of Mexico’s rich cultural heritage.
With a lavish dining room and elegant lounge contrasted by a menu boasting names such as BFTs (Big F’n Tacos) and the WTF for the table, La Neta has shown off both a creative flair and an elevated approach to the dining experience that immerses guests in a whole new reality, one they’re now bringing to brunch.
Chef Castro’s brunch menu will feature classic dishes and unique reimaginings alike, promising to be a crave-worthy dining experience that will have guests coming back for more. Classics include Breakfast Tostadas with barbacoa, eggs, jack cheese and pickled vegetables, Trash-Quiles, a take on chilaquiles made with fresh tortillas, rojo sauce, chicken tinga and eggs, or Pozole Verde, a traditional stew with pork, hominy, tortillas and cilantro to warm up your morning.
The brunch menu also boasts a variety of unique new faves like the Fried Truff Burger, beef with house made Truff® Burger Sauce in a tortilla stuffed with crispy tostada and brussel slaw, a new spin on chicken and waffles known as Shut The Cluck Up made with waffle bread pudding with Truff® Hot Honey tossed fried chicken and La Neta’s one-of-a-kind E.A.T. (Elote Avocado Toast) made with freshly baked and lightly toasted Bolillo and topped with guacamole and roasted street corn.
La Neta Cocina Brunch Sips
Of course no brunch is complete without drinks, and La Neta’s cocktail program is more than prepared with a collection of new floats available. There’s the Key Lime Pie Float made with vodka, pineapple, melon liqueur and Jarritos lime soda; the Tamarindo Float with whiskey, Godiva chocolate liqueur and Jarritos tamarind soda and the Orange Whip Float made from orange liqueur, tequila and Jarritos orange soda.
For those who prefer a more classic brunch sip, La Neta’s Mimosa package is $40 per person and their Smoking Rose Sangria is made with smoked apples and pears, rose wine, vodka and cinnamon syrup.
The restaurant is set to debut their brunch series starting Halloween Day, Sunday, October 31 and will be every Sunday after from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Make La Neta Concina y Lounge reservations for your next brunch date.
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