Chef Randall Matthews is coming back to EatsPlace! He launched Restaurant Elena at EatsPlace last year. Now he will open Over-Easy weekend brunch at EatsPlace:
Saturday, April 20, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday, April 21, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Saturday, April 27, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm – EXTENDED HOURS
Sunday, April 28, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm – EXTENDED HOURS
DETAILS: neighborhood brunch with bellinis, no reservations, simply walk-in!
Back by popular demand Chef Randall Matthews is launching a neighborhood friendly brunch pop-up at EatsPlace. Chef Matthews’ brunch — named “Over-Easy” — will be a tasty alternative to meet the demand for good, quality neighborhood brunch places. Chef Mathews previously hosted his Restaurant Elena pop-up last year that was named after his beloved mother. Elena’s legacy continues with “The Toast” – her focaccia on avocado toast with a farm egg.
Over-Easy also will serve “The Chicken,” his Nana’s 48-hour marinated crispy chicken and waffles with housemade strawberry jam balanced with the heat of spiced maple syrup. “The Frenchie” consists of cinnamon toast crunch brioche, mascarpone, and fresh fruit. Breakfast po’boys and sausage grits round out the menu. Vegan grits are available too. Drinks include signature bellinis.
About Chef Randall Matthews:
Chef Randall is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. He has worked at The Greenbrier, the historic resort under Chef Rich Rosendale. Under chef and restaurateur Michael Mina, Matthews started as a line cook, worked up to senior sous chef and became the head corporate chef of the entire Mina Group restaurant group. He was the executive chef for James Beard Award Winning restaurateur, Sam Fox. After years of working under and being inspired by some of the nation’s top chefs, Chef Matthews formed Ten24 Hospitality.
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