In addition to the Regular Weekday Menu Rosie's Bar and Grill is serving Sunday Brunch and featuring some of the most amazing, ''Reason to get out of bed on a Sunday morning'' items you could possibly want to eat.
They have Belgian Waffles, Pancakes, a Banana Nut Belgian Waffle that has fresh bananas, toasted pecans, and a banana-nut butter. They also have The Fried Green Tomato: A Southern sensation-flaky biscuit split and each half layered w/fried green tomato slice, red tomato slice, big onion ring, fried egg, fresh avocado and topped with homemade hollandaise sauce and served with home fries.
But the Piece de Resistance would have to be, hands down, the Miss Truvy' Deep-Dish Southern-Style Not-So-French Toast which is (to be read in a Southern accent) A big ol' wedge of our down-home version of French Toast, completely Americanized and Southernized, and made in a big ol' pan, topped with a pecan (peeeee-can) praline glaze, and baked until gold-n-bubbly. As Southern friends of mine say, ?It?ll make you smack your Granny!?
We also like the Rockstar Wrap made with scrambled eggs, two kinds of cheese, chorizo sausage, onions and peppers with a homemade cilantro cream sauce. Yeah, hangover relief on a tortilla.
Don't forget to save room for dessert because they also have Le Fancy Fruit Parfait ($4.95)-vanilla yogurt, fresh strawberries, blueberries, and homemade granola.