By: Erica Ludwig | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2017
Brunch at Toast!
Residing in the heart of downtown Broken Arrow, Toast is the perfect place for brunch dates or a gathering of friends over breakfast tacos and mimosas. Servers greet you like an old friend while upholding professional service.
Under the same ownership as Franklin’s Pork & Barrel, another Broken Arrow staple known for its unique spins on classic entrees, Toast aims to offer innovative and locally sourced meals along with seasonal menus for its patrons.
Toast features an array of breakfast items savory and sweet. Try their famous Benny’s, or eggs benedict options. I highly recommend the Georgia Benny’s, a dish consisting of a hand-made cheddar biscuit with a hand-breaded chicken thigh and poached eggs, topped with creamy hollandaise and served with homemade fried potatoes. This specialty pairs comfort with fine dining and goes great with a cup of coffee.
For the sweet tooth, choose from the seven different entrees Toast offers in house. The lemon blueberry pancakes are a great take on a classic item. Soufflé-style pancakes are served with fresh blueberries, vanilla butter and fresh fruit. If you’re feeling fancy, try the berry cream cheese crepes, filled with lemony cream cheese and topped with triple berry compote. If you like options of savory with your sweet, you can always add a side of eggs, biscuits or breakfast tacos.
Bright colors, brick walls and conversation to fill tables surrounding make this restaurant a popular brunch spot. Generous, sharable portions leave for a happy wallet, with prices ranging from 7-15 dollars.
Head over to Broken Arrow Main Street to see why Toast is proving itself to be the greatest thing in breakfast since sliced bread.
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