Brunch is served at Flour & Barley
Block 16 Hospitality, whose Las Vegas culinary properties are Flour & Barley — Brick Oven Pizza and Haute Doggery at The Linq Promenade, The Barrymore at Royal Resort, Public House at The Venetian, Pink’s Hot Dogs at Planet Hollywood and Holsteins Shakes and Buns at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, has news to share about Flour & Barley and The Barrymore:
Brunch on the Strip
Flour & Barley — Brick Oven Pizza recently debuted its brunch service. Chef de Cuisine John Alers has put his spin on classic brunch dishes including Pizza French Toast ($14) with honey ricotta, cream cheese, maple syrup, berries and powdered sugar.
Also on the brunch menu: Eggs Benny Pie ($17), a play on eggs Benedict featuring cream sauce, cheddar, asparagus, tomato and poached egg topped with hollandaise and prosciutto; and Smoked Salmon Pizza ($17) with garlic cream sauce, cream cheese, red onion, caper, lox and chopped dill.
It wouldn’t be brunch without bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas available for $22 each. Brunch is on from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Full menu: FlourAndBarley.com.
The Barrymore Wins Wine Spectator Award
Located just east of the Strip at Royal Resort, The Barrymore (99 Convention Center Drive) is one of the city’s hidden gems, and its wine program led by Wine Director Brian Duffy sparkles. Duffy has been with The Barrymore for nearly two years and helped curate a wine list that features at least 375 selections at any time.
The wine program at The Barrymore was recently awarded The Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, which is bestowed to programs featuring a well-chosen assortment of quality producers that pairs well with the restaurant’s menu in price, style, and variety.
The wines at The Barrymore are updated almost daily based on customer preference, seasonality and market availability, which Duffy believes allows the restaurant to offer a unique wine experience to locals and guests visiting from around the world.