New Menu Will Feature Globally Inspired Shared Plates, Pastries and Punch
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Known for its international comfort food cuisine and touches of whimsy, The Mockingbird announces plans to implement a Sunday brunch service 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Sunday beginning Nov. 5.
Set to the soundtrack of funk and soul favorites, the playful menu is designed to be shared and will feature a selection of pastries, plates, sides and brunch cocktails.
Influenced by cuisines from across the globe, the brunch menu’s offerings include $12 plates, such as a French-inspired Monte Cristo sandwich with cranberry-orange jam; Chilaquiles Verdes with pickled onion, a fried egg and queso fresco; and Biscuits y Gravy, featuring the eatery’s popular chicken fried chicken with salsa verde and chorizo gravy.
House-made pastries include sour cream doughnuts, an Eastern-European chocolate babka and a country ham and manchego cheese scone for $6 each.
The menu will be accompanied by a variety of sides, like grits, toasted brioche and mac and cheese for $4 each.
A full cocktail menu will be available, including playful brunch beverages such as teapot punch service; Bubble Trouble, sparkling wine over fruit-infused ice; frozen Paloma popsicles, and a selection of hot and cold coffee cocktails.
Reservations can be made through OpenTable.
About The Mockingbird Nashville
Located at 121A 12th Avenue North, The Mockingbird Nashville is a modern diner led by chef Brian Riggenbach and front-of-house extraordinaire Mikey Corona. Like its namesake, The Mockingbird Nashville mimics the global surroundings that comprise American culture to create an international twist on classic comfort food favorites. For more information, visit www.mockingbirdnashville.com or check out their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Photo credit: Emily B. Hall