One grows weary of restaurant brunches, which aren't so much the promised breakfast-and-lunch love child as a glorified diner breakfast with cocktail options. Which is exactly why the brunch menu at Dressel's stands apart, not only for the substantial options offered within the oft-neglected "lunch" category, but for its inclusion of breakfast creations that go beyond the humdrum two-eggs-with-meat-and-toast. Here you'll find the "Eggs Reuben," which tops toasted rye with an egg, tomato hollandaise and sweet potato and corned beef hash ($12); and the "Bretzel," an appetizer-size pretzel roll dipped in cinnamon and sugar, served with caramel on the side. Dressel's ever-changing off-menu specials never disappoint; brunch on blue cornmeal pancake day, and you might never want to leave.
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