The Boiler House sounds like something out of a horror movie but the delectables inside are FAR FAR from Fright Night.
(PAUSE) I know, I know, I know. I’ve been MIA. But what can I say?!?! I LOVE the holidays and I have to fully indulge (From December 8 through January 10) but that neither here nor there! My bad guuuys 🙂
Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden offers a stunning display of unique dishes and bold flavors. This past weekend I had a spicy spoonful of the Brunch menu and I was blown away.
First off- I get a serious food high just knowing that there are breakfast cocktails available in addition to great food. Boiler House featured not one, not two, but SIX *sparkling* options for breakfast in addition to mimosas (and encouraged adding any juices for a morning spritzer). All I could think was “MAN I could get really creative with these drinks!” but it was The Lords Day…..so I had coffee. (Gimme a break-its my New Years Resolution! I’m trying to drink less….on Sundays 🙂 )
The finger food appetizers of popcorn with bacon bits and the seasoned nuts flew around our table quickly and curbed our munchies. Before I knew what happened the bowls were empty and it was time to order. *rubs hands together maliciously*
The Brunch menu gets five stars on its own for being remarkably diverse and serving up MASSIVE portions. Chef White must know that ANYONE who waits an extra two hours to eat “brunch” must be starving. And I was starving, as always.
Everything is bigger in Texas and my Hangover Hash entrée (love the name) is no exception. Every item in this dish has a distinct flavor and each bite was a new experience. The pulled pork bits were my favorite. This larger-than-life plate was a monster and I demolished as much as I could until I began swaying from side to side fighting the foreseeable food coma.
My brunch-mate (yeah I made that word up) also had a whopping stack of pancakes that I could not even fathom trying to eat, but they were beautiful. #FoodPorn
The atmosphere is a rustic southwestern style with modernized industrial touches that adds an upscale feel. I was so busy trying to eat my coma hash that I didn’t get to take a tour de restaurant- but just note that the decoration and inviting ambiance only adds to the enjoyment of my overall experience. I cannot wait to make my way back to the Boiler House for dinner!
9.5 out of 10.