Every Sunday from 10am – 3pm
Bluegrass Breakfast – $15
Locally raised Rabbit River eggs, sausages or house smoked bacon, fresh greens, and Texas toast accompanied by generous portion of hashbrowns
Yale Style Eggs Benedict- $16
Choose between brisket, pulled pork or country fried tomato and bacon on a fresh made “mom’s” biscuit
All Bennys are served with hashbrowns and fresh greens
Add an extra Benny – $5
Brisket Hash – $16
Chopped brisket, roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, kale and roasted potatoes topped with 2 poached eggs and scratch-made hollandaise.
Sweet Texas Toast – $13
Southern-style French toast topped with bourbon soaked berries and whipped cream. Served with maple syrup on the side and choice of 2 pieces of sausage or homemade bacon.
Breakfast Tacos (3) – $15
Flour tortillas, salsa verde, scrambled eggs, house made bacon, a medley of fresh garden herbs and a blend of sharp cheeses served with hashbrowns.
Add 1 extra Taco – $5
– $2.50 –
Free range egg
– $3 –
– $4 –
Country fried tomatoes
– $5 –
Bourbon soaked berries with whipped cream
Cowboy Coffee – $7
Minot, North Dakota
If you’ve ever been to the homestead of a Ranch in Minot, you know the coffee is black and the generosity is overflowing. Coupled with the warmth and sweetness of Jack Daniels Honey, this combo will bring back memories of late night farm chores, and early morning round-ups.
Sangria: Red or White – $8.50
The wineries/orchards in and around Lodi, California have stories to tell. A refreshing blend of grapes, citrus, fresh apples and a boozy fruit medley make this drink a perfect shareable. Share your stories over a bucket and 2 straws!
Deconstructed Mimosa – $7
Like any holiday starting and ending in Phoenix, Arizona, your morning starts with a cold glass of citrus juice and some sparkling wine. Weekends are your holiday. Let our mimosa help you unwind.
Grandma’s Juice – $8.50
Grandmas know best, especially when their Prairie hospitality shines through. Trust Grandma ALWAYS. This drink won’t disappoint. Ask your server for Grandma’s secret ingredients.
Cold Coffee – $7
Carson City, Nevada
There’s no better way to cut the Carson City, Nevada heat than with an iced coffee. Double brewed, pre-sweetened, with a side kick of Baileys and Kahlua, this is a refreshing way to start an afternoon.
Field Berry Mojito – $8
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
If you’ve ever been in the middle of an afternoon downpour you know the smells, sights, and feelings of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Weather never ceases to change, making this blend of field berries and mint refreshing like the cold mountain air, fragrant valley shrubs and chilled rain.
Pa’s Caesar – $9
Santa Fe, New Mexico
After riding in the hills with the local Mustangs, my Pa is the first to suggest a Caesar. Our own inspiration of spices, the Yale Mix and garnish are a stand-out, much like the rugged hills surrounding Santa Fe.
Gin Fizz – $14
Deadwood, South Dakota
Known as a western hotbed of culture, Deadwood, South Dakota boasts some of the best western hospitality. Cracked black pepper, rosemary, and grapefruit combined with gin take you back to the 1800s at Deadwood’s peak.
Tequila Smash – $14
Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth has as many Texas Longhorns as it does citizens. The smell of fresh Prairie sage and Texas heat is everywhere. Known for having the largest stockyards in the world, it also boasts the largest set of horns ever seen on a Texas Longhorn and is what inspires this Texas sized cocktail.