By Sean D.
The Proud Larry’s Sunday brunch is another one of those things that I’ve always heard about and somehow managed to miss week after week. I can now proudly say that I’m in the know on this one.
The joys of Proud Larry’s Sunday brunch are two-fold: the food is amazing and there’s no waiting 45 minutes to two hours for a table.
When we went to Proud Larry’s last Sunday, the first thing I noticed was that the place was busy, but still had open tables. Then I heard the Beach Boys playlist and I was sold.
The brunch menu on Sundays is truly something special, with a large selection of omelets, pizzas and other favorites. The Mediterranean omelet was loaded with artichokes, red onion, feta and kalamata olives inside astonishingly fluffy eggs. It was refreshing to have an omelet filled with such fresh, light ingredients.
We also tried the Larry Benedict with its Tabasco hollandaise and crispy sausage. It was a unique interpretation of a classic that was perfectly complimented by the accompanying cheese grits and biscuit.
Overall, I thought that the Proud Larry’s brunch was perfectly executed, laid back, and well priced. It’s a great spot for Sunday brunch regardless of whether you’re stopping in after church or nursing a 5-alarm hangover.
Have you tried it yet? Where else do you recommend for Sunday brunch?