Postino Offers a Light and Lively Brunch in LoHi

Apr 28, 2019 389

BY: Bridget Wood

Arizona import Postino is known for its collection of wines by the glass, but after visiting for brunch, you'll want to trade in your merlot goblet for a champagne flute. The brunch menu is small and only offered until 1 p.m. (when the regular menu kicks in), but the choices are light, creative and portioned for easy sharing or mixing and matching. In fact, the most expensive item rings in at $10.50.

If you’ll be drinking for the majority of your brunch, start with the walnut toast, which comes with triple-crème Brie and housemade berry preserves, or a sturdy "farmhouse" scone (mine was apricot, but the flavor changes regularly) sided with apricot jam and salted butter. The combo of walnuts, cheese and jam on the toast plate pairs nicely with almost any beverage, and the crumbly scone offers a little extra heft to absorb the booze.

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