Pizza Bruno debuts brunch menu this Saturday

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Dutch baby with berries. - PHOTO COURTESY PIZZA BRUNO ON FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Pizza Bruno on Facebook
  • Dutch baby with berries.
If you haven't heard of or been to Pizza Bruno, the new pizzeria from former Bruno's Big Bites/Third Wave chef Bruno Zacchini, we don't know what rock you've been living under, but you'd better crawl out and get yourself some garlic knots stat. 

On Saturday, Pizza Bruno starts their brunch service, and we got a special sneak peek at the menu. Here are some menu items we're particularly jazzed about. 



Breakfast Sammy ($12)
Mortadella, fontina, farm egg, arugula and pepperoni jam on an everything potato roll, plus fingerling potatoes.

Dutch Baby ($10-$18)
Get it with either fresh berries ($10) or topped with local braised pork shoulder, pickled onions, maple syrup and a soft-boiled egg ($18).



Gozo Breakfast Pie ($13)
Breakfast pizza crowned with capers, garlic, oregano, anchovies, hard-boiled egg and potato.

Breakfast Salad ($12)
A kale salad with golden raisins, candied pecans, pizza crumbs, pecorino cheese, Guanciale and a hard-boiled egg.

For the moment, Pizza Bruno plans to server brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. We'll see you there pronto

Pizza Bruno
3990 Curry Ford Road
407-440-3894
facebook.com/pizzabrunoz

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