Special Weekend Meals
Mornings are rough. We make them a little easier by offering this prix fixe brunch menu Sundays 10 ’til 2:00. We’ll start you out with a little fresh fruit to cleanse the palate. Each entrèe is served with coffee or tea and your choice of fresh squeezed orange juice, a Frozen Mimosa, or a house Bloody Mary. Brunch is $16 so you don’t have to do that much math.
Ma Kluczkowski’s Polski Lasagnski
What if you took like the best of everything about pierogies and whipped them up lasagne-style? Think of it as a fabulous Italian-Polish wedding, but without the fistfights. Ma K came up with this 37 years ago in Lawrenceville when the people needed something to survive the heat of the mills. This will definitely stick with you well through the end of the game.
Leggo My Huevos
Our gringo-ish take on Huevos Rancheros, with scrambled chicken eggs atop crispy corn tortillas with frijoles negros, and topped with Mexican cheese and Ford ranchero sauce.
I Can Has Bacon Cheeseburger?
On a delicious buns quit is a rich smoky bacon and cheddar atop a manhole cover of grilled beef able to satisfy even the most demanding carnivore, unless they’re like vegetarian or something. On that we’ll put a fried egg that’ll in all likelihood dribble yolk down your chin upon initial congress.
Toast like bread that’s been heated and browned in an electric appliance. Bacon as crisps a nicely starched shirt back from the cleaners. Sausage as spicy as that strange you dragged in here this morning. Potatoes like starchy half moon rising over the Serengeti. And eggs like 70’s visual t-shoet metaphors indicating outstanding, perky, nubile, heaving breasts. Yea, just like that.
Count d’Monte Carlo
Mmm…ham. The traditional ham and swiss sandwich, fried French toast-style, served with our own bacon jam for slathering. Does Chevrolet even make those anymore?
Omelette’ll Tired This Morning
…so I’ll have some coffee with my eggies and try to wake up. Substitutions? You’re kidding, right? Come on!
The Manifest Destiny
The push westward was really about this: ham, onions, peppers, and cheddar cheese at any cost. Any cost.
The It Ain’t Easy Being Green
Spinach, onions, peppers, tomatoes, cheddar.
Short Rib Ruebenisquit
We braise this beef until until it’s falling apart tender, then stack it proudly atop a bunsquit with some pickled red onion and a dab or two of chimmichuri over a fried egg just to make it sassy.
Oh Great Cooks, having dominion over the fowl and its offspring, with thine hot water and simmering, cricket forth gently two eggs to poach. Bringeth to thine platter a muffin of St. Thomas, cleaved in twain and toasted upon the fire. Beseech swine so divine to begin the begat, then smoked after brine, add a little of that. Anoint these holy ova, Great Cooks, with thine heavenly Hollandaise, for days and days, we shall sing thy praise. A-men.
Our Bennies are available in two denominations: the Episcopalians are traditionally hammy; the Unitarians like spinach and tomato.
Burrito Para el Desayuno
That’s a Breakfast Burrito for those of you who didn’t pay attention to Sesame Street. Sausage, Eggs, Tots, and Cheese in bed together in a flour tortilla, with salsa and sour cream on the side.
A personal-size, finger searing hot cast iron skillet full of freshly baked sticky buns, with home fries & bacon of course.
Lox, Stock, and Bagel
You know when you try to make a bagel sandwich with smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, onions, and whatnot, and then it all falls out and soils your good Sunday trousers? We solved that problem by mixing it all together and made it much less of a laundry challenge.
Macaroni and Cheese
Done right with the creamy creamy cheesy cheesy creamy cheese sauce Mornay. Neither from box nor bag, it’s big. Really big. 4453 calories, but no fat, carbs, or protein to bother your newest diet. Need more? Add a egg for a buck.
See above. All That. All of that, plus bacon and savory breakfast sausage. Hot. Loose. Sausage. Add a egg for a buck.
The Garden Weasel
Grilled zucchini and a portobello cap paired with roasted red peppers, tomatoes, onions, fresh mozzarella cheese, and basil pesto mayonnaise. Served on a grilled ciabatta roll. Fits nicely in the cup holder of your Prius. Add a egg for just a buck.
More than just the most recognizable acronym preceding OPP, OMG, PYT, and ROTFLMAN, the BLT is a fine sandwich, proven over time. But we’ve made that even better with the addition of wild salmon on a toasted ciabatta bun and a special rosemary mayonnaise. Plus, it comes with a self-righteous feeling you get when you eat something moderately healthy. Want an egg on it? Just ask.
Salad de la Breakfast
Our Pittsburgh staple complete with fries, shredded cheese, a egg, and grilled marinated chicken tenders atop greens that are really only there because you can’t eat ranch dressing with a fork.
Greek Quinoa Salad
One banged-uo economy, but a great salad! Now lettuce-free, with the super-grain quinoa, feta, and Greek olives, tossed with lemon-herb vinaigrette. Why not have an egg on it, too?
Quickie Salad Chop Chop
Iceberg lettuce and baby mesclun greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, bacon, and many, many more veggies all carved up with grilled chicken, and a balsamic vinaigrette so all you have to do is fork it in. If you add a fried egg we won’t chop that.
Thanks for bringing your little love trophies with you today. Children love bars! All Harris Grill Kiddie Fodder comes with tater tots or appley sauce and a non-alcoholic soft drink. Misbehaving children will be asked to wash dishes. $5
French Toast Styx
Floated in on the river that leads straight to the bad place.
A Egg, any way you like it
Fried, roasted, or stewed, it’s food, glorious food.
Very little for the wee nippers to whine about here.
Little Cheese Omelette
Round, with no sharp corners, makes for a safe breakfast.
Please call restaurant to ensure item availability. Like Nixon said, you can feed all of the people some of the time….