With more than 650 menu items for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert, Brent’s Deli is the perfect place to enjoy dine-in, take-out and catering throughout the holiday season, including:
- Potato Latke Eggs Benedict – A twist on the conventional, this combination is as tasty as it is unique. Enjoy two of avocado, and smothered in our homemade Potato Latkes topped with poached eggs and our homemade Hollandaise sauce. The dish is served with a breakfast side of your choice.But that’s not all. We also offer other delicious eggs benedict combinations, including the Brent’s Special Benedict (garnered with a layer of fresh avocado) and Lox Benedict (with Atlantic lox that we hand-slice ourselves).
- Pumpkin Pancakes – Back by popular demand, we make these seasonal flapjacks with our signature buttermilk pancake mix. They’re served with two eggs any style and your choice of two pieces of thick bacon or sausage.
- Grandma Eva’s Noodle Kugel – This traditional Jewish dish is an adaptation from the recipe of Brent’s Deli partner Marc Hernandez’s grandmother. “I would literally eat the entire pan of her noodle kugel every Passover back East,” he recalls. We added it to our menu in order to spark memories of comfort foods and that home-away-from-home feeling.
- Cheese Blintzes – A traditional Jewish food that originated in Eastern Europe, blintzes are thin crêpes, which we fill with a rich farmer cheese blend and grill to perfection. Served with rich sour cream and strawberry preserves, we prepare our blintzes in-house and make them both in mini and regular sizes. We also offer a Latke Blintz Sampler, great for enjoying the best of both worlds. Blintzes are usually served during Hanukkah and other Jewish holidays.
- Potato Latkes – We handcraft our latkes using a family recipe and lightly fry them to a deep golden brown. Served with rich sour cream and our own cherry apple sauce, you can enjoy this Hanukkah classic all year long.
- Babka – Another Eastern European Jewish tradition, babka is a sweet cake made from a doubled and twisted length of yeast dough, which usually includes cinnamon or chocolate. Fun Fact: The Polish noun “babka” means grandmother.
This list appears in our Winter 2014 version of “The Bagel,” which also includes customer and staff stories, our Lemon Bar recipe, and more.
From our family to yours, Happy Holidays!