Sometimes just plain old brunch can get old, but then you throw Topgolf into the mix and it changes the game. Topgolf recently launched their brand new Weekend Brunch menu, and I could not have been more excited to try it out!
A group of us went in over the weekend to sample the new brunch menu and it did not disappoint. We started off with drinks, and they have all the necessary boozy brunch beverages you need such as mimosas, beermosas and a variety of Bloody Marys.
I started with a classic mimosa (which they have for only $4!) and then tried out the Spicy Bloody Mary. I’m typically VERY picky about my Bloody Marys mainly because at some places they never seen to have even been stirred, yikes. Fortunately, Topgolf’s were delicious! I’m typically only in the mood for one of these, but I could have gulped these ones down all day.
Next we ordered an Everything Bagel Flatbread as an appetizer to share, but it could also be ordered as an entrée easily. It’s covered in smoked salmon, herbed cream cheese, capers, dill, radish and tomatoes. This may have been my favorite thing I tried, and I will definitely be ordering it as my meal next time I’m in!
Some of the other entrees on the new brunch menu include an Acai Superfood Bowl, Carrot Cake Waffles, Carnitas Benedict, Farmers Market Benedict and Ahi Tuna Avocado Toast.
I ended up ordering the Carrot Cake Waffles. Now I’m not typically a big sweets person, but they had me at carrot cake. They’re covered in a cream cheese icing along with caramel sauce, candied pecans, strawberries and powdered sugar. Of course I also smothered them in maple syrup. I mean just look at them.
Another entrée our group tried out was the Carnitas Benedict, which is a fun twist on the classic version. It’s two buttermilk biscuits with fried eggs, tomatillo salsa, pico de gallo, queso fresco and cilantro. Basically all my favorite things in one meal.
The Farmers Market Benedict is a much sloppier (in a great way!) version of Eggs Benedict. It’s made up of zucchini cakes, grilled tomato, poached eggs, roasted tomato sauce, queso fresco and cilantro.
The last item off of the new brunch menu we ordered was the Ahi Tuna Avocado Toast. It wouldn’t be brunch without avocado toast, obviously. This version includes seeded bread with miso dressing, crispy quinoa, diced orange, cilantro and sesame seeds.
Overall, I was really impressed with all of the unique brunch options Topgolf has to offer. Next time you’re planning craving brunch, gather a group of friends and make a day of it at Topgolf!
Weekend Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from open until 2pm. You can check out the full menu here: topgolf-menu