Russet Extends Brunch Hours; Expands Menu

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Things are heating up on the brunch beat again. Andrew and Kristin Wood, the husband and wife team behind the farm-to-table market-driven Center City BYOB Russet are extending their Sunday brunch service, and rolling out a new menu this weekend. Service on Sundays will now run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., which gives sleepyheads an extra hour to get it together. New offerings include housemade pastries and assorted jams, house-smoked sustainable trout, a duck confit croque madame, and seasonal pancakes inspired by the Woods’ 5 year old son, Gus. There’s also Counter Culture coffee and espresso, fresh squeezed juices, and bloody mary mix. Keep reading to see the full spread.

sweet potato sformato
mushroom duxelle, duck prosciutto

puntarella stretta salad
pickled bull's blood beet, ricotta

native chestnut omelet
ricotta, apple mostarda

duck confit croque madame
sunny side up egg, brioche

eggs en cocotte
boudin noir, brussel sprouts, potatoes cooked in ash, salsa verde

gingerbread pancakes
roasted pears, cinnamon whipped cream

Sides
pumpkin-raisin-pecan muffin
bacon
cheesy grits
organic half grapefruit