As a good brunch professional (and I mean that literally… to date I’ve made over three dollars from Google ads on this site), I keep my eyes peeled for any and all new brunch-related news. My network of brunch enthusiasts out on the street keeps me updated on the brunch rumors and gossip around town, but sometimes there’s nothing like Google to keep tabs on things for me.
Sure enough, this weekend I had a hit on my Google alert for “San Francisco Brunch” that led me to this 7×7 article about a newly announced brunch from Corridor. I’ve never been, but it’s got a solid pedigree, as it’s owned by the same group that owns Trestle and Stone’s Throw. Plus the article cites “thick butter fried pancakes” – not even sure what that means, but I want it.
On Saturdays for $18 you can have bottomless with what appears to be no time limit. The menu says bottomless only applies to the traditional OJ mimosa, but they also have a tropical mimosas (lime and pineapple), a bellini with blood peach and thai basil, and “Off to the Races,” a mimosa with grapefruit and cucumber. In an effort to maintain the thorough journalistic standards of this brunch site, I have an inquiry into their email address to find out whether bottomless can include all of their mimosa varieties.
This one’s going on the to-do list, and you’ll hear about it as soon as Brunch Club has visited and rendered a verdict. In the mean time, we’re headed to Blackwood today, so watch out for a review of that as soon as my hangover subsides. In the mean time, if you have Corridor brunch before I do, let me know how it is!