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Brunch at Bierhaus

Uploaded: Oct 15, 2014
Mountain View's Bierhaus, which rebranded itself last year with a new name and menu, is launching brunch this weekend.

From 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays from here on out, grab some brunch to go with your beer.

Here's the opening menu:

- Crispy potato wedges with apple sauce, chive crème fraîche and fruit ($6.25); add a poached egg for $2

- Bierhaus Benedict: soft poached egg with chicories, crispy potato wedge and hollandaise sauce ($9); add smoked salmon, ham or haus country pork sausage for $3

- Southern-style pork schnitzel: poached egg with wild mushroom sauce on toast ($12)

There will also be locally roasted coffee ($3) and orange juice ($4).


Customers eat in the Bierhaus garden. Photo by Michelle Le.

Earlier this year, the Castro Street beer house and eatery snagged chef Aubree Arndt, who most recently cooked at Maverick in San Francisco and Penrose in Oakland (opened by a Chez Panisse alum). She quietly left recently; kitchen manager Angel Nava has stepped up to take her place.

Read the recent Weekly/Voice review of Bierhaus: Better than pub grub.
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