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Prune - review and questions


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Prune - review and questions

wild child | Jul 25, 2005 02:18 PM

So I finally went to brunch at Prune. I had high expectations for this place and it exceeded every single one. I went on Saturday around one and waited about 15 minutes for a table for two. The place was so cute and charming. I felt like I was in Europe. I love that the restaurant is so small and lively. I started with the bloody mary with beef stock(can't remember exactly). I normally don't order bloody marys and when I do, I think they are only ok. This however is one of the best drinks I've ever had anywhere. It was so flavorfull. It was refreshing and spicy at the same time. For brunch, I had the lamb saugage with oysters and french bread. Everything was very delicious. Also, it was nice to see a variety of unusual breakfast choices on the menu. I finished my meal with their "prune juice" which is a mimosa with other juices besides orange. Service was also perfect and I was amazed at the waitress's ability to move between the very closely packed tables. I have absolutely nothing negative to say about this place and I am dying to go again.

Does anyone know if they serve the bloody marys all day or just at brunch? Could I go in there just for a bloody mary and not eat? How does dinner compare to brunch?

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