The Pint House’s brunch booze specialty is $10 giant (and they are giant) Bloody Mary’s, but their regular 46 beer drafts and beer mixology cocktail menu is also available. I opted for the Death by Bulleit, made with Bulleit rye whiskey, vermouth, orange bitters and Rogue Dead Guy Ale. A nice kick and balance of sweetness perfect for drunk starting the day, though the Shandy Gaff (Hoegaarden Lemonade, Shock Top Lemon Shandy, elderflower liqueur) is probably a better fit for those who prefer it fruity.
The menu contains a modest eight offerings, from savory corned beef hash with poached eggs or biscuits and gravy, to sweet french toast or yogurt and berries. Having fallen in love with one of their beer cheese pizzas in a previous visit, I decided to go with the breakfast pizza, topped with beer cheese sauce, bacon, sausage, caramelized onions, home fries, eggs and green onions. It was delightful, but far more food than any one person could (should) eat, so share with a friend for an extra low budget drunk brunch. My brunch companion had the breakfast wrap (sausage, peppers, onions, cheese, chipotle lime ranch, lettuce and tomato) which she lamented wasn’t as good as the previous time she had tried it.
Brunch at The Pint House is available Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-3pm. The Pint House is located at 780 N. High Street.
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