photo credit: Liz Silva
Mostly a sprawling patio that happens to have an adjoining counter-service breakfast and lunch restaurant, Leeland House is built to withstand an unrelenting crush of boozy brunch-goers. Order skillets of smoky potato hash with brisket or eggs benedict with smashed avocado and soft poached eggs. The food gets to your table suspiciously fast, and every plate appears to have some kind of bacon—even the creme brulee french toast. You can easily show up here with as many or as few people as you like.
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