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The Best of Black Pelican 3-Course Lunch-Brunch
March 22, 2015 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm$16.00 – $26.00
Join us at the Black Pelican for their legendary Taste of the Beach Brunch. This special presentation includes some “lunch” choices as well, so you can decide what you like!
Included are TWO drinks of your choice of: BP famous Bloody Mary, Mimosa, or Julio Punch! (We are offering a no drink included ticket (see below) for those of you that don’t drink, don’t prefer the offered drinks, or attendees under 21.)
Start with your choice of a house salad, a cup of she-crab soup, or a cup of Hatteras clam chowder.
Then onto the Main Course with your choice of one of the following:
The Get Fatter Platter – Scrambled eggs with cheese, maple pepper bacon, sausage links, jalapeno cheddar cheese grits and red potato hash.
Crabby Eggs Benedict – with asparagus, hollandaise and red potato hash.
Dixie’s Finest Shrimp & Grits.
Wood-fired 9″ Pizza – Choose one; Greek, Pepperoni, 5-Cheese, or the Black Pelican (shrimp, Andouille sausage, sweet peppers, scallions, house cheeses and oregano.)
Miss Gail’s Chicken Salad on a bed of greens.
Miss Martha’s Fresh Tuna Salad on a bed of greens.
Golden Fried Oysters with fries and slaw.
Then onto the third and final course…enjoy an assortment of bite-sized desserts!
*NC State law does not allow the service of alcoholic beverages before Noon on Sunday, so if attending this Brunch on Sunday, drinks will be served beginning at 12:00pm.
This event will NOT sell at the door. Get your tickets here and in advance only.
Because this event is offered on more than one day, please take careful note of what day you are ordering for, as tickets cannot be transferred from one date to another without cancellation and repurchase.
**OBRA has added a small flat fee onto this ticket price to cover website administrative costs. A credit card processing fee of 3% will also be added at checkout. The totals for both these fees is still less than was charged by using third party ticketing agents in the past. Thank you in advance for your understanding.