If you’re looking to jazz up your weekend brunch plans, head to Geraldine’s at Hotel Van Zandt for their live jazz brunch! Held every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the brunch features a selection of sweet and savory plates with live music from local jazz musicians.
Curated by Executive Chef Frank Mnuk, the brunch menu holds true to the restaurant’s culinary aesthetic, offering contemporary dishes inspired by Austin’s unique culture. Menu highlights include: the Corn Skillet Breakfast with Benton’s ham, smoked maple, preserved onion, mustard greens and a poached egg; the Red Quinoa Breakfast Salad with a soft poached egg, kale, squash, blueberry and radish; the Sourdough Waffle with strawberry preserves, and the Fried Potato Tot Hash with braised pork rib, a poached egg and hollandaise.
The bar offers a wide array of specialty cocktails from Chief of Bar Operations Jennifer Keyser, including: the Mellow Yellow with Yellow Chartreuse, Dolin blanc, lemon juice, soda and agave, and the Sunday Bloody Sunday featuring Vida mezcal, seasonal sangrita with a chili-lime salt rim.
What To Order: Fried potato tot hash, bakery plate, muddy waters cocktail, bloody mary, and bioche French toast.
Forget coffee, the Muddy Waters cocktail with wake you up. Pierre ferrand 1840 cognac, averna, and orgeat over cold brew coffee, condensed milk, and nutmeg.
Sunday Bloody Sunday
I love bloody mary’s for brunch and this hit the spot with Vida mescal, seasonal sangrita, and a chili-lime salt rim.
For those who loved St. Philip’s bakery basket, you’ll love Geraldine’s bakery plate. Filled with a croissant, cornbread muffin, buttermilk biscuit, cinnamon raisin toast, fruit preserves and butter.
Smoked Short Rib Tacos
Crispy tortilla with smoked short ribs, avocado, tomatillo sauce, and hollandaise sauce.
Fried Potato Tot Hash
Braised pork rib with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. Our favorite!
Brioche French Toast
Brunch always calls for something sweet at the end of the brioche French toast was perfect.
605 Davis St
Austin, TX 78701