Postino Arcadia Now Offering Weekend Brunch
Ciabatta French toast with housemade berry preserves, almonds, and vanilla crème fraiche.
Arcadians looking for a new weekend brunch spot can now add Postino to the list.
The stylish little wine cafe at 3939 East Campbell Avenue (Campbell and 40th Street) is following the lead of its two other locations -- on Central Avenue and in Gilbert -- in helping to wake up those in need of farm-fresh comfort foods and $5 mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays.
Here's what brunch biters can expect.
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, Postino's will offer a small selection of brunch dishes including Country Toast ($8.75) with Italian ham, dijonnaise, and Gruyere with sunny-side up eggs; Ciabatta French Toast ($8.75) with housemade berry preserves, almonds, and vanilla crème fraiche; and a Farm Scramble ($9.75) of Yukon Gold potatoes, eggs, herbs, onions, Gruyere and white cheddar served with mixed greens and tomato salad.
On the brunch-y beverage side are $5 mimosas, Bellinis, pitchers of beer, $3 cucumber-honey lemonade, and French press coffee.
The three Postino locations are owned by restaurateurs Craig DeMarco and Lauren Bailey. Postino Arcadia is housed inside a 1950s-era Arcadia post office and has recently been remodeled to include new seating, bathrooms, a revamped bar area, and a collection of classic skateboards lining the walls.
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