For families (or groups) that like to brunch together, Biga has private rooms with Riverwalk views available. Of course, if your brunch tradition doesn’t include a crowd, it is still a good idea to secure reservations right away, Easter comes early this year and we book up quickly.
Brunch at Biga has been praised as one of the best and most unique brunches in town. Entrees like roasted ribeye of beef, seared American red snapper with tomato-fennel ragout, and braised pork with tomatillos & chili share the spot light with more breakfast-style offerings including a Maine lobster frittata and a Biga take on eggs Benedict with Boudin sausage and hollandaise. After ordering your entrée you will help yourself to an array of appetizers, salads, muffins, sushi, cheese and so many different desserts you’ll likely make a few trips.
Amy gets very creative with the “kids dessert table.” These desserts are served at kid’s height, making the goodies very reachable for young brunchers. Adults have numerous sweets to select from like coconut raspberry cake, lemon meringue tarts, chocolate cremeux, mint chocolate cheesecake, cookies, brownies and more!
No matter the size of your party, reservations are strongly suggested. (210)225-0722
Easter Brunch is Sunday, March 27th 10:30am-4pm. Adults $59 – Kids (12 and under) $27