Kiss My Grits

Sunday Brunch Menu


Sunday, October 14 10:00am – 2:00pm


Cold Displays







Fresh-baked Coffeecakes, Muffins, Danish and/or Biscuits

Seasonal Fruit Skewers, honey-lime yogurt

Charcuterie Display – Salmon Mousse, Country Pate, crostini

Smoked Salmon – red onion, chopped egg, capers, sour cream, blinis

Mixed Green Salad, apple-cider vinaigrette, maple-balsamic vinaigrette

Mediterranean Pasta Salad – petite shrimp, artichokes, hearts of palm


Attended Station



Belgian Waffles, maple syrup, fresh berries, whipped cream, walnuts

Southern Grits Bar, bacon, caramelized onions, cheddar cheese, sausage, shrimp


Entrée Menu



one entrée included per person with brunch price; selecting more than one will be additional






Pancetta, Caramelized Onion, Cheddar Omelette - blueberry-cinnamon sausage

Cuban-marinated Bison Skirt Steak - fried egg, white rice

Sun-dried Tomato, Feta, Asparagus Quiche – roasted garlic potato hash

Butternut Squash Ravioli, sautéed mushrooms, spinach, brown butter

Balsamic Roasted Asparagus and Rosemary Ham Egg Benedict -

tomato hollandaise, roasted garlic potato hash


Dessert Menu



Fruit Sushi, coconut infused sushi rice, mango, papaya, plums, peaches

Sunflower Tartlets – custard, mango, pistachio, chocolate


The house beverage served for the brunch will be a Lavender Lemonade.


$35.00 per adult $15.00 per child




CALL TODAY. 813-514-0691.


The cost includes coffee, tea and water. Guests are encouraged to bring champagne or other wine. For parties of 8 or more an 18% gratuity will be added.

The NoHo Bistro will start doing brunch on Sunday, Oct. 14 which, by itself, is news of a sort. That section of Tampa is a bit starved for decent restaurants, especially since NoHo's neighbor Vivia's closed earlier this year. But brunch? Not terribly exciting.

Unless you have a "southern grits bar". I can imagine a burbling pot of engorged cornmeal surrounded by bowls of butter, cheese, chili, sausage, peppers and onions, with fruit and sugar for the sweet fans. Maybe even shrimp. I'm salivating.

Blueberry-cinammon sausage and fruit sushi also sound intriguing, but only in small portions. More room for grits.

UPDATE: A copy of the first menu is after the break.

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