Hamilton's is ready to try its hand at brunch.
The eatery, which deals primarily in New American comfort food and craft beers, will serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning on Jan. 26.
Georgia Read, who owns the space with her husband Kevin, said the menu will feature innovative twists on brunch time favorites, like chorizo biscuits and gravy and Spanish French toast, made with brioche and citrus-soaked custard.
Wary of any culinary adventuring before noon? Stick to tradition with the eggs benedict, burger, corned beef hash or spinach omelet.
Read said that though she has yet to assign prices, most items will run between $8 and $14.
Because of its proximity to P.S. 130 and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Hamilton's is fated never to serve hard alcohol—meaning traditional vodka Bloody Mary's are out of the question.
But never fear, daytime drinkers—the Reads are working around the rules by substituting in soju, a Korean alcohol made with rice with a taste similar to vodka—and allowed under the provisions of Hamilton's beer and wine license.
"It has a slight sake flavor, and it's nice and strong," she said.
Mimosas, of course, will flow freely.
Hamilton's is located at 2826 Fort Hamilton Pkwy.