lucky’s brunch now at vine and bean

Just received this e-mail this morning:

LUCKY’S BRUNCH MENU AT VINE AND BEAN on LARCHMERE! The award-winning brunch that you love is now available on Cleveland’s East Side! Begining tomorrow, February 21, 2009, Chef Heather Haviland will be serving your favorite brunch items from Lucky’s famous weekend brunch at her East Side bistro, Vine and Bean from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., every Saturday and Sunday. The brunch menu at Vine and Bean will expand to include such perennial favorites as the Shipwreck (A blissful blend of hash browns, eggs, seasonal veggies, bacon, and cheddar cheese), Canoewreck (the curried tofu, vegetarian version of the Shipwreck) and the Breakfast Burritos (veggie scrambled eggs in flour tortilla covered in housemade guajillo pepper sauce). Chef Ky-Wai Wong will be serving the traditional brunch at Lucky’s, this week with a special Chocolate Mousse Gateau going to brunch customers for only $1.50 – well worth braving the weather.

Also, reserve your spot for the Lucky’s Cafe Special Dinner. On March 14th, Heather Haviland and Ky-Wai Wong will prepare a special menu for one night only, featuring hand-made pasta, local meats & produce, and special dessert selections. This four-course dinner is offered for $35 (prix fixe) with selections for omnivores and vegetarians.

I hope the pecan-crusted bacon makes its way there, too! If you are intrested in brunch menus you must take a look at


  1. Beanie
    Posted February 20, 2009 at 4:31 pm | Permalink

    Heather Haviland has been one of Cleveland’s culinary gems for a long time. So great to see her branching out. And great to see you sending props (and hopefully lots of business) her way. Congrats, Heather!

  2. Stuart
    Posted February 21, 2009 at 3:59 am | Permalink

    Their Valentine’s dinner was very good. There’s some similarity between that dinner and this one but there’s also enough difference that I’m planning to go again. One of the staff offered to turn up the lights so I could get better pictures but they were already much brighter than lights at some restaurants. The pictures (pear tart, beef ravioli, cauliflower soup, cheese grits)came out okay.

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