Stubbs Gospel brunch
After a quick check I didn't see a review so I thought I'd give a brief one. While normally it is not our go to place for BBQ our cousin was playing today so we gave it a shot.
On the menu were pancakes, chorizo migas, vegetarian migas, spinach enchiladas, biscuits, cheese grits, refried beans, tortillas, gravy, nopalitos, bacon, fruit salad, eggs, bbq chicken, sausage and lean brisket. Muffins and pecan pie for desert.
Adults were $18 and some change.
The spinach enchiladas, chorizo migas and bbq chicken were pretty good. The brisket was quite lean which my DH did not care for. Surpsingly the syrup for the pancakes appeared to be real maple syrup.
It was a nice change of pace for Sunday and and good for an all you can eat brunch.
I'm not a fan of the Stubb's gospel brunch. It may have just been an issue of my expectations being to high - but I was pretty disappointed. They have all the basic southern fair with some bbq thrown in - but nothing was very good, taste wise. It was just ok bbq, ok eggs, nothing special. I would recommend the brunch at Moonshine for someone really interested in good food. The gospel music does give it a little something different, but where we were sitting you couldn't hardly hear the music.