Casa de Reyes Now Serving Sunday Brunch

November 14, 2013

— Brunch Olé! Spices Up Sunday Mornings in Old Town–

brunch oleBrunch aficionados have a new place in San Diego to try this winter. Old Town’s Casa de Reyes hosts Brunch Olé!, a traditional Mexican brunch with live entertainment every Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon in the lush garden plaza.

The brunch features $3 margaritas, champagne and mimosas. The menu will offer hearty Mexican menu items made with quality, fresh ingredients such as huevos rancheros, chorizo con huevos, Mexican hash, machaca hash, and chilaquiles con huevos.Entrees are priced at $6.45 to $9.95 each and kids 12 and under are $4.95.

“Casa de Reyes provides the perfect place to enjoy a delicious brunch on a Sunday morning.  With no busy streets visible, you will truly feel like you are on a Mexican vacation,” said Fiesta de Reyes Proprietor Chuck Ross. “For those cool Sundays, be sure to get a table next to the fire pits and enjoy the folklorico dancing on the plaza stage.”

Fiesta de Reyes Executive Chef José Pulido has created some unusual offerings featuring south-of-the-border flavors and sweet-and-savory specialties for the special brunch menu. Some of the new items include: chorizo eggs benedict topped with a creamy jalapeno hollandaise sauce, fluffy French toast topped with sweet agave cinnamon apples, a spicy Mexican frittata en comal caliente, all served with home-style potatoes and fresh, seasonal fruit.

Casa de Reyes is a part of the Fiesta de Reyes family, which is located in the northeast corner of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, at the intersection of Wallace and Calhoun streets. In addition to Casa de Reyes, the Fiesta de Reyes family boasts the Barra Barra Saloon restaurant, and The Cosmopolitan Restaurant and Hotel. For more information call (619) 297-3100 or visit oldtownmexicanfood.com.  

Brunch aficionados have a new place in San Diego to try this winter. Old Town’s Casa de Reyes hosts Brunch Olé!, a traditional Mexican brunch with live entertainment every Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon in the lush garden plaza.The brunch features $3 margaritas, champagne and mimosas. The menu will offer hearty Mexican menu items made with quality, fresh ingredients such as huevos rancheros, chorizo con huevos, Mexican hash, machaca hash, and chilaquiles con huevos.Entrees are priced at $6.45 to $9.95 each and kids 12 and under are $4.95.

“Casa de Reyes provides the perfect place to enjoy a delicious brunch on a Sunday morning.  With no busy streets visible, you will truly feel like you are on a Mexican vacation,” said Fiesta de Reyes Proprietor Chuck Ross. “For those cool Sundays, be sure to get a table next to the fire pits and enjoy the folklorico dancing on the plaza stage.”

Fiesta de Reyes Executive Chef José Pulido has created some unusual offerings featuring south-of-the-border flavors and sweet-and-savory specialties for the special brunch menu. Some of the new items include: chorizo eggs benedict topped with a creamy jalapeno hollandaise sauce, fluffy French toast topped with sweet agave cinnamon apples, a spicy Mexican frittata en comal caliente, all served with home-style potatoes and fresh, seasonal fruit. Casa de Reyes is a part of the Fiesta de Reyes family, which is located in the northeast corner of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, at the intersection of Wallace and Calhoun streets. In addition to Casa de Reyes, the Fiesta de Reyes family boasts the Barra Barra Saloon restaurant, and The Cosmopolitan Restaurant and Hotel. For more information call (619) 297-3100 or visit oldtownmexicanfood.com.  

– See more at: http://www.oldtownmexicanfood.com/uncategorized/casa-de-reyes-now-serving-sunday-brunch/#sthash.KrAFNjyv.dpuf

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