It was LATE on Saturday morning and we really wanted breakfast, but not the coffee shop variety. I had been to Firefly Bistro for dinner, a private party and Sunday brunch, so why not try a Saturday brunch? This food is so good - the same menu as Sunday brunch but without all the poeple, table hopping kiddies and folks just out from church. There was a baby shower taking place out on the sidewalk seating spot, and we could actually hear the bluegrass music playing on the sound system. Firefly features food from the South - Cajun, Creole, soulfood - however you want to label it, so be ready for tasso ham, grits, beignets, andouille and so much more good stuff. Do not miss the chicken- fried chicken - it's actually listed as a paillard, just to make it sound a little classier - but there's no disguising tender chicken breast, big enough to share, with sauteed potatoes just soft enough to squish around in the yolks from perfectly cooked eggs over- easy. The andouille hash, again with those over-easy eggs, is made with sweet potatoes and enough sausage to satisfy a hungry man rasied in the South. We started with the maple and bacon beignet "small bites", which was liking having your dessert first - a perfect arrangement as far as we were concerned, since there was no room for it after our entrees! Great service, and a nice chat with the owner Carl, made it the perfect brunch experience. Saturday may very well be the new Sunday.
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