4 drinks you just have to try with brunch


Tastebuds are funny things. They’re picky, they’re moody and they all want different things. Some taste buds like it salty, some like it sweet and others like it bitter. It’s hard to please them all. And things get even more complicated when it comes to food and drinks pairings, because they react differently to different food combinations. Talk about divas. Yeesh.

But fear not, we have devised a cunning plan that will help you get on your tastebuds’ good side during breakfast and brunch. For dinner, you’re on your own.

So here goes:

Caesars and Farmer Gianni Omelette

Caesars are made with clamato juice, which is largely a tomato-based drink. Tomatoes go brilliantly with eggs and other veggies. It so happens that the Farmer Gianni omelette is made with sauteed spinach, caramelized onions and roasted red peppers. So you see, it’s simple math.

Spanish Sunrise and Huevos Burrito

The Spanish Sunrise is our spin on the Tequila Sunrise, made with fresh OJ, tequila and grenadine. Now, the key thing to note is that tequila goes famously with citrus based food, especially salsa. And the Huevos Burrito is made with, guess what? Yup you guessed it, It’s made with salsa, scrambled eggs, green onions, roasted tomatoes, sour cream and guacamole on a whole wheat tortilla. You just can’t go wrong with this combo.

Orange Blossom and Cheesy Burger

On some days a beefy, cheesy, juicy burger is all you want. On those days, you want a drink that packs enough of a punch to stand up to the richness of your monster of a craving. In that case, you should try the Orange Blossom made with fresh OJ, gin, sweet vermouth with our Cheesy Burger made with real cheddar cheese, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions and 6oz steak.

Mango Mimosa and Oh Canada Eggs Benedict

We changed things up and made the classic mimosas with mango juice instead. But the champagne in a mimosa needs something rich to cut through the acidity. And there’s nothing richer and more delcious than the Oh Canada Eggs Benny made with peameal bacon. And of course, bacon makes everything better. Like absolutely everything.

So if you’re in the mood to treat your tastebuds to something amazing, stop by at BOOM Breakfast, the best breakfast restaurant to try cocktail-brunch pairings.

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