Renegade Canteen Launches Weekend Brunch

Doesn't a hearty brunch just seem like something a Southwestern restaurant should just own?

Apparently chef Robert McGrath -- being the Valley's foremost authority on Southwestern flavors, thanks to that James Beard Award -- agrees, and has just added brunch service to the offerings at Renegade Canteen. Cow pokes and foodniks alike are sighing with happiness.

Available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, the brunch includes some distinctive (and likely hangover-soothing) dishes I'd like to try -- like "breakfast barbecue," pork belly 'n grits, and quiche of duck confit. There's also a list of "liquid lunch" a.m. cocktails, and live music performances will start at 11 a.m. each day.

Want to drool over the whole menu? Read on:

Liquid Lunch

Bellini Martini

Walk of Shame

Canteen Fizzy

Screaming Mimi

RC Champagne Cocktail

Odd Things


Pork Belly N' Grits

*Saloon 'Hot Brown'

Quiche of Duck Confit

Green Corn Tamale y Huevo

Eggs, Taters, Toast

Hickman's Eggs Any Style


Mushroom & Brie Omelette

*Fried Egg Sandwich

Vegetable Frittata

Ham & Pepper Jack Omelette

*Fried Eggs on Green Chile

Poached Eggs

Ham & Hollandaise

Creamed Spinach


Crab Cake & Bearnaise

Waffles & Biskets

'Truck Stop' Danish


*Biskets, Sausage Pan Gravy


*Fried Chicken 'N Waffles

Bananas Foster Waffle




Flatbread with an Egg

Smoked Chicken, Spinach, Chile

Grilled Seasonal Vegetables

Shrimp & Andouille Sausage


Spinach, Bacon, Coddled Egg

Chopped Cobb

Shrimp & Chipotle

Non-seasonal fruits


Grilled Chicken Caesar




Peameal Bacon

Smoke-cured Bacon

Andouille Sausage

Pork Sausage Links

Big Meat


Breakfast Barbecue & Pickle

Grilled Pork Chop

*Chicken Fried Steak & Gravy

*Bob's Big Burger


*16 oz USDA Prime 'Ribeye'


(individually priced)

Breakfast Breads $3

Jalapeno-Cilantro Slaw $4

Spicy Cottage Cheese $4

One Egg/2 Eggs $4/7

Chile Cheese Grits $5

Breakfast Potatoes $5

French Fries $5

Sweet Potato Fries $7.5

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Michele Laudig
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