Ah... Rotisserie Georgette, now serving Sunday brunch. A beautiful wooden bar welcomes you in from the cold and you are tempted to sit and warm up with a bourbon or a smokey Bloody Mary. A plump pickled shrimp helps offset some of that smokiness.
The dining room beckons with similar warmth from what appears to be a fire in the semi open kitchen and muted browns framed by random antique mirrors and wall length tapestries.
Waiters in their leather aprons looking like butchers take care of you and provide you with heart warming food. Nothing to fancy or fussy, solid good food.
The signature Rotisserie Chicken served as a half chicken with a half roasted garlic, fries and mixed greens. The skin was crispy and topped with herbs, the meat both white and dark was moist and juicy. In other words, perfect.
Classic Eggs Benedict comes with your choice of eggs on top of thick cut bacon, bresola or smoked salon. The hollandaise was one of the best I ever had, not too thick and with a nice lemony taste to it. The thick cut bacon was almost ham-like and delicious.
Round out your meal with Georgette's house-made granola. So tasty with multiple types of nuts and sweetened with maple. This is served with non-fat yogurt and a blackberry compte parfait style.
Georgette herself warmly greets every table and makes a connection with all of her guests. This is her baby and she has every right to be proud of what she has created. Do yourself a favor and keep this gem in mind for lunch, dinner and now Sunday brunch.