My wife and I made 12:30pm reservations for Sunday Brunch. We arrived about 15 minutes early and were pleasantly greeted and seated by the hostess. Our waiter turned out to be friendly and very knowledgeable of the menu. He explained that in addition to turning out fantastic dishes, the "Kitchen on George" trains chefs in their kitchen. It is not only a restaurant but a school for up and coming chefs - all under the strict supervision of their Executive Chef.
We had heard about the Bloody Marys and ordered two. Wow! The Bloody Mary is almost a meal in itself. It is garnished with boiled shrimp, crisp thick bacon, pickled okra, olives, and the rest. At $8 a pop it's a little pricey but will be one of the best Bloody Marys you ever experience.
As an appetizer we ordered the Fried Artichoke Hearts that came covered in a tasty horseradish sauce. My wife followed up with the made-to-order Omelet and I went with the Red Snapper special. Both were perfectly prepared and delicious. The entire meal plus drinks, less gratuity, came to about $75 and was well worth it. I can't wait to visit the Kitchen on George again and try their "Bacon, Lettuce, and Fried Green Tomato Sandwich"! The couple seated next to us had one and it looked indescribable!
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