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Enjoy food and music at the Crockett Row Blues Brunch

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Date: Saturday (7/22)

Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Place: Crockett Row at West 7th

Cost: $40

Website: https://goo.gl/GxFp3V

Is breakfast too early but lunch is too late and are there so many brunch options you don’t think you could possibly try them all?

Not to fret, because from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Crockett Row at West 7th is hosting its first ever Blies Brunch featuring food from “some of Fort Worth’s fave brunch spots,” including: Mash’d, Social House, The Cork & Pig Tavern and Bar Louie.

While everyone tries the breakfast lunch mash ups, blues group Legacy 4 will be playing live.

The $40 ticket includes a sampling of foods from each restaurant in addition to two drinks – one can attend the make your own Bloody Mary Bar or order mimosas.

The menus for the event are included below.

Social House:

— House Chicken and Waffles – Belgian Waffle smothered with Tabasco butter and jalapeno gravy, topped off with roasted peppers and maple syrup

— Crab Cake Benedict – Handmade crab cakes topped with a poached egg and Hollandaise sauce, served over an English muffin with a side of hash browns

Mash’d:

— Chicken & Biscuits – Chorizo cheddar biscuits topped with twice-battered Fried Chicken, scrambled eggs, and smothered in Chuck Norris Gravy.

— Bulls in a Blanket- Applewood smoked bacon, piggybacking on an all-beef hotdog, wrapped in cheese, swaddled in a house-made pancake crepe Served with a side of Jalapeno Maple Syrup.

Bar Louie:

— Peanut Butter and Jelly Pancakes

— Hangover Helper – seasoned tater tots covered with, onion, peppers, two eggs, green onion, chorizo, and queso sauce.

The Cork & Pig Tavern:

— Blackberry Walnut French Toast – House-made Blackberry bread dusted with Fruity Pebbles and served with maple syrup. (We are not sure yet if we are doing the ice cream with it)

— Huevos Rancheros – Scrambled eggs, avocado, potatoes, and house-made chorizo smothered with red and green salsa and topped with Oaxaca cheese.

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