Without lunch, there would be no brunch, without brunch, no breakfast, and with neither lunch nor breakfast, food would be so abundant that bread would soak up the oceans. Let day-starting foods keep every food in order with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of breakfast, brunch, or lunch at Succotash, a morning-time eatery located downtown near the Crown Center.
Early risers swoop to Succotash for a burrito of love (a buttermilk pancake wrapped around scrambled eggs, two strips of bacon, and cheddar cheese, $6.95), cake and a smile (smiley face of two eggs sunnyside-up and a bacon mouth atop a buttermilk pancake), or Count of Monte Delicious (Black Forest ham and Derby sage cheddar triple-stacked between layers of Hawaiian french toast, with home fries, $7.95) from the breakfast menu. If you're still asleep dreaming of steel children and living motorcycles between the hours of 7 a.m. and 11 a.m., catch culinary action with a quick cheese and seasonal fruit plate ($7), cup of tomato bisque ($2.95), heartwarming smoked-gouda and artichoke-heart sandwich on grilled sourdough ($7.25), or heart-beefing roast-beef sandwich ($8.25). No breakfast or brunch is complete without a fresh-squeezed glass of orange juice (large, $3.75) or steaming mug of Café du Monde coffee ($1.50), and you can always get a $1 side of gravy to pour over your meal or dining pal's shoes.
Replacing its cramped old City Market location, Succotash's newly renovated dinery near up-and-coming Union Hill has drawn praise for its bright décor, glass front, and friendly new servers. Grab a Groupon and stop in for a leisurely breakfast or brunch with some friends, and see some of the sights at the nearby Crown Center or the nation's only World War I museum afterward. Succotash is open Monday–Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday–Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Pitch says of one of the signature dishes:
- I got to finish the Succotash version of the classic Monte Cristo, which [owner Beth] Barden calls the Count of Monte Delicious because it's essentially a first-rate ham-and-cheese creation on three layers of Hawaiian french toast. The sandwich, made with a sexy Derby sage cheese, is luscious. – Charles Ferruzza
- We eat there all the time- It doesn't matter if it's breakfast, lunch…we love it all. – KeenBee, Citysearch
2601 Holmes St.
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