Sierra Bonita Serves Up Signature Southwestern Brunch For Mom


Atole Pinon Hotcakes; Photo by Debby Wolvos

Atole Pinon Hotcakes; Photo by Debby Wolvos

On Mother’s Day, May 8, from 9am-3pm, Sierra Bonita Grill will be serving its signature Southwestern brunch dishes, plus specials that have been created for the occasion. Popular selections include the Southwestern Benedict: panko crusted eggs atop green chile beer biscuits, topped with Cure 81 Ham and roasted poblano hollandaise, served with roasted root vegetables ($14). The Atole Pinon Hotcakes are griddled blue corn masa and toasted pinenut cakes, topped with strawberry butter, served with bacon ($12). The Cowboy Hash features roasted root vegetables tossed with Schrieners linguisa sausage and chorizo, topped with fried eggs, salsa verde and salsa fresca ($14). Specials created just for the occasion include a Beef Medallion Eggs Benedict topped with crab and chimichurri hollandaise sauce, served with roasted potatoes ($18). Complete the brunch with a Bloody Mary or Mimosa special for only $15.

Sierra Bonita will also be serving its dinner menu from 3-9pm. Dinner specials include a Wood Grilled Pork Tenderloin served with a sauté of roasted rutabaga, broccolini, mushrooms and baby heirloom tomatoes, topped with pineapple jalapeno jelly ($27). Also on the menu will be a Pan Seared Mexican Sea Bass over asparagus puree with a roasted flat steak cauliflower and port wine reduction ($29).

Sierra Bonita Grill is located at 6933 North 7th Street, Phoenix. For reservations, call 602.264.0700 or visit www.sierrabonitagrill.com.

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