The Second Floor at The Exchange Offers Sunday Brunch Beginning February 14

The Second Floor at The Exchange,a newly-opened restaurant featuring two concepts – Ichi Ni San by Chef Peja Krstic and Ounce by Chef Brian Zenner, will offer brunch every Sunday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. beginning February 14.  Guests can select from both the Ichi Ni San menu featuring Japanese-inspired brunch items and the Ounce menu featuring European and Mediterranean inspired brunch dishes. A robust beverage program will be available including an at-the-table mimosa bar and hand-crafted cocktails. 

Guests will enjoy menu items from Ichi Ni San such as the Milk Bun & Chicken Karaage– soft pillowy milk buns filled with tender fried chicken, kewpie mayo, Tonkotsu sauce and sunamono; Japanese Breakfast Plate – steamed rice, salmon or tuna, tsukemono, tamago, miso soup, soba seaweed salad, steamed vegetables; Japanese Pancakes– fluffy soufflé pancakes drizzled with maple-umeboshi syrup, ginger-citrus whipped cream and season fruit; and Okonomiyaki – Osaka style pancake with cabbage, potato, squash, green onions and pork belly topped with kewpie mayo, Tonkotsu sauce and katsuobushi.

Standout brunch dishes from Ounce include the Bananas Foster & Nutella Crepes – rum, hazelnut, whipped cream; Prawns & Grits – New Caledonia Cristal Blue head-on prawns, poached egg, kale, tomato, garlic, chilies, lemon, fines herbes; Spanish Octopus & Baked Egg – gigante beans, kale, giardineiera, chilies, salsa verde; Croissant, Brie & Jam – La Casita Bakery croissant, warmed triple cream brie, lingonberry jam.

To accompany The Second Floor’s brunch dishes, beverages from the Second Floor’s bar, Hard Shake, include an at-the-table mimosa bar that comes with a bottle of champagne from a select listfresh squeezed orange juice, seasonal purée, dragon fruit puree and fresh berries. In addition, craft cocktails will be available such as Hard Shake Mary – vodka, bloody mix, ponzu-kimchi blend, sesame-salt rim, fixins’; Sangria Blanca – green apple, cucumber, mint, kiwi; Casablanca – fresh coffee, modified amaretto/whiskey blend, orange whipped cream; Sangria Roja – pear, orange, strawberry; and Carajillo– espresso and Licor 43, hot or iced.

Brunch at The Second Floor at The Exchange can be enjoyed in the large dining room or on their patio with heaters and an incredible view of the AT&T Discovery District.

Weekend brunch is offered at The Second Floor at The Exchange beginning February 14 every Sunday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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