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Head to Elm Street Taproom for Brunch, Lunch or Dinner

You’ve never had a brunch dish quite like the Cap’n Crunch-encrusted French toast at Elm Street Taproom. The chef coats thick slices of brioche bread with the crispy cereal and drizzles it with strawberry puree, then adds a final dusting of powdered sugar. Since the eatery opened late last year, reimagined American dishes like these have been earning positive reviews.

Brunch isn’t the only time to stop in at Elm Street Taproom. It also boasts a full lunch and dinner menu, along with an extensive list of cocktails, beer, and wine. Start with some snacks like the Kung Pao cauliflower and the waffle fries, or share the Taproom nachos loaded with poblano queso, guacamole, pico de gallo, refried beans, olives, and lime crema. For the main course, try the steak tip bomb, a sandwich stuffed with marinated skirt steak, caramelized onions, roasted mushrooms, grilled red peppers, and poblano queso.