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Freedom 2 Brunch
July 31, 2017

Freedom 2 Brunch

Posted by: Amy Ortega


Launching August 5th and available every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm, Freedom Beat’s new Freedom 2 Brunch is turning up the decibels on the traditional brunch offerings with unlimited small plates and skillets paired with a freedom-busting price of only $20.  Besides the never-ending food offerings, the Freedom 2 Drink means $10 Bottomless Mimosas and a $10 Bloody Mary bar. And with music in its DNA, the brunch at Freedom Beat is paired with live entertainment featuring the tunes of Las Vegas’ best local musicians, including a month long Residency featuring “The Voice” season six finalist, Ryan Whyte Maloney every Saturday through the month of August. Other acts slated to hit the Freedom Beat stage include Rick Duarte and Peter Love.

Created and tuned-up by Chef Scott Commings (Season 12 Hell’s Kitchen champion), each brunch begins with a freshly prepared, hot and sticky signature Monkey Bread accompanied by a crisply sliced fruit platter (the yin and yang of any good meal). From there the choices are as unlimited as the plates and skillets that will spill over your table.

  • – IPA Slider & Fries
  • – Biscuits & Gravy
  • – Chicken & Biscuit
  • – Red, White & Blue Velvet Waffle
  • – Silver Dollar Pancakes
  • – Maple Walnut Brioche Toast
  • – Classic Benedict
  • – Pot Roast Benedict
  • – Crab Cake Benedict
  • – Pastrami Hash Skillet
  • – Classic Eggs & Potatoes
  • – Fish & Chips

 

While the food is the star on the stage, the Freedom 2 Drink is taken as seriously as the food on the table, and Freedom Beat’s brunch features the always popular Bottomless Mimosas, as well as introducing a custom-made Bloody Mary bar featuring a selection of tasty ingredients and over 30 assorted hot sauces. Both offerings are just a $10 add-on to the meal.

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