If I haven’t told you already, I adore Foreign & Domestic. They recently opened for brunch on Sundays, and pretty much every Sunday since then, I’ve asked Justin if we could go. We finally went last week, and it’s going to take heavy chains and a large scary dog to keep me away from there every Sunday from now on.
I took my Yashica with me, and I was so pleased with how the food looked on film. It doesn’t hurt that the lighting is perfect in there, and the food is gorgeous. 🙂
Justin designed the menu:
Soup can pumpkin bread with butter, coffee (they use Casa Brasil coffee, and it ROCKS):
Salted radishes, butter, toast and basil pesto:
Tofu and endive salad:
Cincinnati-style tripe chili with spaghetti pie, cheddar and fried egg:
Vegetable scramble with kale and turnips:
And we also took home a slice each of Jodi’s pies: chocolate cream, coconut cream, and banoffee, which were all fantastic. I highly urge you all to try F&D for brunch, but please leave two seats at the counter for me and Justin. 🙂
8 responses to “Brunch at Foreign & Domestic”
The food all looks so gooooooooooood… and the menu! Really nicely done 🙂
Oh… and OH MY GGGGG I love your new header.
Thank you so much! It was time for a change.
i want that pumpkin bread. right now.
It’s so perfectly crispy on the outside, and nutty in the middle – so good.
Love love love. And that menu looks awesome. Good job, Justin! 🙂
Um, oh my gosh.
I don’t know if I can stay away either!
So I’ll see you there on Sunday, then! 😉