Another busy weekend in the CLE! On Friday night, Playhouse Square Partners hosted a tailgate-themed Season Kickoff Party, in order to drum up new membership and unveil the much-anticipated theme for Jump Back Ball 2015.
That’s right: this year’s Jump Back Ball we’ll be Jumping Back to the Future! The ticket kickoff happy hour will be on Monday, November 10 at the brand new Hofbrauhaus. Stay tuned for more details on how to get your JBB tickets at the lowest price!
Sunday morning, Matthew and I checked out the friends and family preview of the new brunch menu at Prosperity Social Club. We happened to run into Amanda and Scott, which made the morning even better!
Prosperity’s brunch menu offers mostly savory entree options, but still satisfies your sweet tooth with fried cherry pies and apple bread pudding, which is moist and seasonally delicious!
There are also plenty of fun brunch cocktails, from a Sriracha bloody mary to a grown-up blueberry lemonade for your Sunday Funday pleasure.
For my entree, I chose the fried chicken and biscuits, with sausage gravy and smoked cheddar cheese, served with a side of savory potato hash.
This was a hearty meal and, while the potato hash was tasty, I would have had plenty without. You can also get this dish topped with an egg. For a brunch that will carry you through the whole day, I certainly recommend this dish!
Matthew chose the Morning Glory mac ‘n cheese, with breakfast sausage, a variety of peppers, and smoked cheddar, topped with a fried egg.
This is an interesting twist on mac ‘n cheese and a nice way to bridge the breakfast/lunch gap.
Overall, the brunch menu at Prosperity offers a lot of tasty, homey, not-too-fancy choices for a brunch that can be easy like Sunday morning. Brunch service begins this weekend on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am to 3:30pm. Come for the brunch, stay for the relaxed and fun atmosphere!
How was your weekend?
***Disclosures: I am a board member of Playhouse Square Partners. I was invited to attend the brunch preview at Prosperity Social Club with a guest. Our meals were complimentary, but our alcohol was paid for ourselves. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***