Brunch lovers, rejoice. Spring is the single season where brunch is celebrated at Fleming's. Beginning with Easter and followed by Mother's and Father's Day, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar serves an elegant three course sit-down menu with a focus on deliciously traditional dishes.
Brunch hours on Easter Sunday, April 8, are 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The prix fixe menu is $34.95 per person with a children's version for $16.95.
Blood Orange Fizz, a new brunch cocktail bright with citrus flavors, is offered at a special price of $6.95. Fleming's traditional a la carte menu will also be available.
"Sunday Brunch always brings back memories of great family get-togethers and traditional dishes," says Russell Skall, Fleming's executive chef, who created the menu. "There are four excellent entrees, but my favorites are the Filet Mignon Benedict and the New Orleans-Style French Toast—both modern classics that don't get any better."
For the Benedict, tender filet mignon is cooked to order, topped with impeccably poached eggs, and then crowned with buttery bearnaise sauce tasting of fresh lemon, shallots, and tarragon. Fleming's New Orleans-Style French Toast is made from thick slices of rich brioche bread soaked in Grand Marnier-flavored cinnamon batter, then cooked in butter until crisp and golden brown on the outside with a velvety interior. A generous dollop of housemade chantilly cream and fresh berries make for a decadent topping.
Shrimp or Filet Frittata and a Steakhouse Filet Mignon Cobb Salad round out the main course offerings. Guests start with Fleming's signature Wedge Salad or a Fresh Fruit Medley, and desserts don't disappoint, with choice of Creme Brulee, White Chocolate Bread Pudding or Walnut Turtle Pie.
The children's menu for those under 12 begins with a fresh fruit salad followed by four kid-pleasing entrees, a sundae or sorbet for dessert, and includes a beverage.
A brunch cocktail, the Blood Orange Fizz, has been created by Maeve Pesquera, Fleming's director of wine, and is priced at $6.95. Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur, Stoli Vodka, fresh lemon juice, and a splash of club soda is served on the rocks.
Fleming’s Easter Brunch Menu
Blood Orange Fizz ($6.95): A refreshing brunch concoction: exotic Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur, Stoli Vodka, fresh lemon juice, and a splash of club soda
Choice of Appetizer
The Wedge: iceberg lettuce, grape tomatoes, red onions, and crumbled blue cheese
Fresh Fruit Medley: berries, melon, pineapple, sour cream, and honey sauce
Choice of Entree
Filet Mignon Benedict: sliced filet mignon and egg on an English muffin with herb béarnaise sauce and tomato concasse
New Orleans-style French toast: Grand Marnier battered brioche, maple syrup, and country sausage
Fleming’s Frittata: choice of Shrimp or Filet Mignon egg, mushroom, asparagus, onion, red pepper, and Gruyere cheese
Steakhouse Filet Mignon Cobb: fresh greens with blue cheese, cucumber, egg, bacon, avocado, tomato, and red onion balsamic vinaigrette
Prime Rib of Beef: slow roasted, served with a trio of sauces
Entrees served with:
Potatoes O’Brien, peppers, and onions
Sautéed green beans, mushrooms, and toasted almonds
Choice of Dessert
White Chocolate Bread Pudding: bourbon crème Anglaise
Crème Brulée: creamy Tahitian vanilla bean custard served with fresh seasonal berries
Walnut Turtle Pie: homemade caramel, walnuts, and chocolate in a chocolate pie crust
$34.95 per person
Price does not include tax or gratuity
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