There’s something to be said about ladies who lunch, and about how they’re living life right.
This week I was lucky enough to brunch with some of my lovely fellow co-workers/friends.
After a few searches and some homework my dart landed on Bikes, Beans, and Bordeaux.
The reasons behind my choice were simple; they had a great variety of vegan and vegetarian options for the group, every Sunday they had $3 mimosa day, and just the place alone looked adorable.
We were not disappointed.
Sunday’s for us are golden days, during a year we will maybe get only 8 Sunday’s off of work due to our schedule. This year however we had been lucky, and to celebrate our last Sunday off with $3 mimosa and good food was definitely the way to go.
They had everything from draft beer, mimosa, bloody Mary’s made with sake, wine, peanut butter lattes, kombucha, and smoothies to name a few. It was brunch heaven; not to mention the menu, which had every combination you could possibly think of.
In the end I ordered two kombucha to go for my husband, a mimosa for me, and a breakfast bowl.
It wasn’t long before our drinks and food where all in place, and we sat down to enjoy it together.
First off, let me say that the mimosa pouring was perfection. The glass did not turn bright orange, it was not weak, and they definitely were not shy. The mimosas were poured to the brim with just a little splash of orange; every girls dream. Bravo Bikes, Beans, and Bordeaux; you win the best mimosa pour for Orlando.
Next up, the food.
I chose a breakfast bowl made to order, with scrambled egg, sautéed onion and peppers, avocado, turkey sausage, spinach and cheddar cheese.
It was phenomenal.
The flavors and textures all worked so well together, and although I’m not a melon lover, the fruit did look pretty tasty.
Within less than 5 minutes I had destroyed every last bite of it, along with my mimosa.
Doesn’t it look fantastic?
My friends ordered breakfast bowls also, and the vegan bahn mi, which they said was so good they ate every last bite too. In the bahn mi was ‘vegan chicken strips marinated in a soy infusion made at the restaurant, cucumber, pickled carrots, daikon, jalapeños, and cilantro, all on one delicious hoagie.
The service was flawless, and the outside seating was glorious for a brunch date on such a beautiful day.
The company was excellent, and we also saw a few people arriving via bicycles that seemed to be locals, which made the experience even more fun.
Bikes, Beans, and Bordeaux was definitely an excellent choice for our day off brunch, and we loved every second of it.
Until next time,