A favorite Southie spot that reopened in May, Telegraph Hill Kitchen & Bar is debuting weekend brunch service as well as live music performances on Tuesday evenings.
Every weekend from 11am-3pm, executive chef Jaime Suarez will be dishing out brunch goodness while screening college and pro football games on their 11 HDTVs. On the menu are specialties like cinnamon sugar-dusted House Made Doughnuts served alongside chocolate and caramel dipping sauces ($10); Fried Chicken & Waffles, buttermilk-brined chicken with old-fashioned sweet bacon gravy ($14); Rancheros Huevos with chorizo, refried beans, pico de gallo, corn tortillas, home fries, fried eggs and green tomato sauce ($14); Avocado Toast with guacamole, tomatoes, queso fresco, pico de gallo and fried eggs ($13); a Cuban Burrito with pulled pork, bell peppers, black beans, scrambled eggs, Swiss and chipotle aioli on a flour tortilla and served with home fries ($14); Breakfast Burger with caramelized onions, mushrooms, fried egg, bacon, jalapeños and American cheese served with fries ($16); a Veggie Wrap with peppers, onions, mushrooms, scrambled eggs, mozzarella cheese and chipotle mayo in a flour tortilla served with home fries ($13); and the Great Hill Bleu Burger with bacon-onion jam, bleu cheese, lettuce and house made pickles on a potato bun ($16). For those looking to maintain their figures, there are a trio of salads that can be supplemented with your choice of protein.
Additionally, every Tuesday beginning at 7pm, Telegraph will showcase live music. The remaining acts for September include Andrew Geano (9/20) and Nico Rivers from Gold Hoax (9/27).