One can never know too many bottomless mimosa spots. My recent favorite in the neighborhood is Wildcraft in Culver City. They serve bottomless mimosas for $15. Such. a. good. deal.
So, beyond having an amazing bottomless mimosa deal, Wildcraft is known for their pizzas. I’ve had my eye on the carbonara, which is a pork lover’s dream with pork belly, bacon and pancetta. It’s then topped with a soft egg, provolone and black pepper. Swoon. I did not end up ordering that when I visited, but it’s definitely on the list for next time. I wasn’t up for a heavy brunch, so instead we ordered from items under the “main” part of the menu versus pizza. Here’s what we had:
The bf ordered carnage hash: pork belly, italian sausage, pancetta, bacon, egg and mornay. Mornay is a Béchamel sauce gruyere cheese.
I had seared gnocchi: berkshire ham, kale, poached eggs, fries and hollandaise.
Both dishes were really flavorful and of course, a bit on the heavy side. But the upside of that is you have leftovers = a nice late night meal later on. I’ve never had gnocchi prepared the way they do it. It tasted and looked more like polenta.
Next time, I’m getting that carbonara pizza. Oh, and their cold brew coffee. It comes in original or lavender flavor, so obviously need to get the lavender. And as always, I leave you with an Instagram snapshot from their account: