The addition of a beer and wine license will allow Garden Cafe to serve customers fresh morning cocktails to sip while munching on brunch. The drink menu will include mimosas and so much more. Wooton is concocting a sangria with homegrown blackberries and fruit, plus cocktails utilizing mint herbs from the garden.
Customers can order drinks at new bar seating at the front of the restaurant or at their table. The eatery is switching from counter service to full service.
Brunch will be served all day during the restaurant’s new hours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. If you like what you eat, come back for dinner from 5-10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.
“I live next door, so when I’m walking my dog, people ask when it will reopen,” Wooton says. “There’s a lot of people eager to get back in there. I’m nervous, and there’s a lot of pressure, but I’m super excited.”
Garden Cafe, 5310 Junius Ave.
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