Grillfish Launching New Menus and Opening for Brunch

1200 New Hampshire Ave, NW

From a press release:

Grillfish turns 16 this month, and to celebrate, the West End’s casual neighborhood gem is launching all new menus and opening for weekend brunch.

Felipe Milanese, Grillfish’s new Chef de Cuisine, will debut his dinner menu on October 23rd and a new lunch menu on October 24th. Under his skilled hands, the menus will feature only sustainable ingredients, all handcrafted and locally sourced. Also, an expanded oyster selection will also join the many classic Grillfish offerings.

On Saturday, October 27th, at 11 AM, Grillfish Brunch begins! The all new menu will include classics with a twist as well as Seafood Sausage & Eggs, House Cured Gravlax, Ropa Vieja & Eggs, along with new sandwiches and salads. “We are striving to be the go-to neighborhood brunch spot” says Milanese. Brunch will be served every Saturday & Sunday from 11 AM to 4 PM.

The first twenty diners on Saturday, October 27th, will receive a free brunch entree of their choice. All brunch guests dining at Grillfish on opening weekend (27th & 28th) will be offered a complimentary Mimosa or Bloody Mary with their entree.

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