The area’s restaurant scene continues to attract national attention and accolades for its quality and diversity.
The 90-minute brunch seatings at Miss Toya’s, which opened last August in the former Eggspectation building in Downtown Silver Spring, include deep-fried catfish and grits, Creole ribeye steak and bottomless drinks:
Seating for brunch at Silver Spring’s 5,200-square-foot homage to New Orleans cooking lasts 90 minutes. The $70 brunch package option includes an appetizer or item from the oyster bar, any flavored mimosa, and any brunch entree. All dishes are cooked Creole style, and its influence is evident everywhere from the deep-fried catfish and grits ($30) to the spicy Creole ribeye steak and eggs ($30). Bottomless drinks include the choice of mimosa, bellini, or Creole punch for $40.
This polished new spot in Silver Spring stays true to its name. On Saturdays and Sundays, head over to the Breakfast Club starting at 8 a.m. for brunch dishes served until 11 a.m. Choose from cinnamon roll pancakes topped with vanilla cream cheese frosting ($15), seafood grits made with shrimp and crab ($32), and a variety of cocktails ranging from classic mimosas to “Tales of the Caribbean” (coconut rum, orange bitters, cinnamon, and ginger).
“The best is yet to come! I appreciate all the love and support,” The Breakfast Club owner Jason Miskiri said in an Instagram post. “Without you none of this would be possible.”
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