*** UPDATE: Paggi House has unfortunately closed as of May 25, 2014. ***
Recently we found ourselves indulging in Sunday brunch at Paggi House
. It was a lovely experience, starting with the refreshing mimosas and bellinis.
As you are perusing the menu, they'll start you off with a wonderful assortment of pastries. Already off to winning me over and I haven't even ordered yet!
On Sundays, it's a pre-fix brunch where you pick two of three courses - Sustenance (Appetizer), Succulence (Main course), or Indulgence (Dessert). Or you choose one from all three for a small up charge. It's all fine, elegant dining with amazing flavor and perfect presentation.
|Texas Beets and Mascarpone Cheese|
|Crab Salad with Avocado Puree|
|Lox Ceviche, a favorite of the table|
|Pork Belly with a Chicken Fried Egg, a.k.a. The Ron Swanson|
|Chicken & Waffles with a spicy kick|
While we were dining on our delicious dishes, we kept seeing pitchers brought to the tables around us and just had to inquire with the more-than-friendly staff. Really unique, they serve up their Sangria in a Saint Germain bottle. It not only looks cool, but is a refreshing delight for a hot Texas day.
We dined inside with the A/C blasting, but there is plenty of great outdoor seating for those days that aren't 100 degrees. Either way, indoors or out, you can't go wrong with Paggi House.
|Front porch outdoor dining|
|Interior outdoor bar|