Midnight Mulligan is the result of hard work, training, and knowledge, and the proof is in the product. An amazing selection of hand-crafted beers are poured alongside lunch and dinner, but we’re excited to see their newest addition: brunch.
To understand how unique and exciting their brunch menu is, let’s take a look at what they’ve been whipping up prior. Midnight Mulligan always uses fresh ingredients, local foods, and they collaborate with community members in the industry, and you can see it reflected in their dishes.
First off, their lunch and dinner menu is small but mighty. Small plates like pretzels, spring rolls stuffed with fresh veg and crispy pork, to 6 different types of shareable flatbreads, and even burgers.
The star of the show is, of course, their beer menu filled with any type of beer you could imagine: pilsners, wheat ales, IPAs, and goses. We’d recommend trying their Perpetual Motion, a new Pilsner they’ve just crafted with light bready notes and a floral finish. Their flagship Ipa is their Embers Resurrected West Coast IPA, reminiscent of the IPAs you can find down at the West Coast.
Finally, we welcome the brunch menu, filled with savory as well as sweet dishes that celebrate the South in a whole new way. Small but strong, there’s creations like the Hangover Hash with braised black angus short ribs made with hash browns, veggies, and a beer cheese sauce or for something sweet, try the Brioche French Toast made with Vermont maple syrup, fresh strawberries and sweetened Ricotta whipped cream. Get your hands on some Cheese Grits with Blackened Shrimp or a Homemade Quiche.
Definitely pair it with their Breakfast Stout if you have room. It’s an oatmeal stout made with Madagascar and Tahitian vanilla beans, cacao nibs, and locally-roasted Guatemalan coffee from Enderly Coffee Co. For a beer-free option, their Bloody Marys are equally as punchy.