Monday, September 2, 2013

Arlington: Twisted Vines

To continue on with the celebration of a fabulous weekend the girls and I decided to go to Twisted Vines for their bottomless mimosa brunch. It's $5 for a single mimosa or $9 for bottomless (the max is 9) so you mind as well just go for bottomless. The mimosas were ok, a little too strong on the OJ, not enough to get a nice buzz. 
Two of us ordered the Chicken, Bacon and Avocado sandwich tomato, lettuce, onion, bacon, gruyere cheese with basil mayo on multigrain bread $11. Delicious and flavorful sandwich, more of a lunch item then brunch but all of the flavors were wonderful.
Croque Monsieur gruyère and fontina, baked ham and a béchamel sauce on sourdough bread $10. Meaty, cheesy goodness that's a little salty but the perfect morning after food.
Twisted Breakfast Burrito tortilla stuffed with eggs, black bean medley, avocado and parmesan topped with cilantro sour cream $11. Delicious, and more breakfasty then the other items on the menu.
The mimosas are weak but the food is fresh, pretty well priced and hits the spot.

2803 Columbia Pike
Arlington, VA
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1 comment:

  1. Looks like a fun meal. Weak mimosas... you must bring a flask next time to ginger it up. :)

    PS... I hate to bother you.... but I would appreciate if you could please vote for my burger (you can vote 3x in a row a day until September 17th) It's the Grand Slam Burger by Curry and Comfort. The link to vote is here: http://www.goodcook.com/index.php?main_page=burger_contest&category=all_beef

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