I've been to Tipsy Parson a few times for lunch
now and keep saying that I'll come back for brunch. For some reason, I never think about it when deciding where to go, but luckily today was not one of those days. We walked right in and got seated in the window seat (joy!). Then our impressively mustached waiter swung by to take our order, but everything sounded so good (cliche, I know) that we couldn't decide!
The Mr. threw me a loop by ordering something unexpectedly healthy: The Farmstand (he usually leans towards sausage based breakfasts). Poached eggs and toast served over a bed of asparagus, peas, artichokes and pesto, all sprinkled with breadcrumbs.
As a former Texan, I simply can't resist the lure of Migas and I felt very confident that the Tipsy Parson wasn't going to let me down on this one. I was ooooh-so-right. Eggs scrambled with chorizo, cotija, peppers, onions, cilantro, and tortilla strips for that crunchy texture. Served with a side of pico de gallo, black beans, and guacamole. Fantastic!
I absolutely ADORE the Tipsy Parson. Adorable details, friendly waitstaff, and fantastic food, all within a few blocks of my apartment. Word of warning though, if suspenders and ironic mustaches don't tickle your fancy, this may not be the spot for you.
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