Here's the New Weekend Brunch Menu for Del Frisco's Grille

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Add one more wagon to the band wagon of brunch-iness making its way through the Valley this year. Del Frisco's Grille, the stylish American cuisine chain of Dallas-based Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, is now serving brunch from 11 p.m. until 4 p.m. every weekend starting this Saturday and Sunday, October 20 and 21.

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Featuring a little savory (think Crabcake Benedict), a little sweet (think red velvet Belgian waffles and mascarpone-stuffed French toast), and a little Southwest (chicken-fried steak and eggs in chorizo gravy, anyone?), Del Frisco's will also have adult beverages on hand to accompany the eats.

And at this two-patio restaurant in the Camelback Esplanade in east Phoenix, you don't go to the Bloody Mary bar, the Bloody Mary bar comes to you.

Along with cocktails such as peach bellinis, white sangria, and mimosas, Del Frisco's build-your-own Bloody Mary bar is actually a caddy that's brought to your table filled with house-made Bloody Mary mix with Tito's Vodka and a slew of garnishes and fixin's.

Here's the menu:

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