Foxtail's DoveCote location debuts DJed brunch this weekend

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The DoveCote/Foxtail "patio" in the Bank of America building on Orange Ave. - PHOTO COURTESY @MIKESTAMATIC ON INSTAGRAM
  • Photo courtesy @mikestamatic on Instagram
  • The DoveCote/Foxtail "patio" in the Bank of America building on Orange Ave.
We had a feeling when French bistro DoveCote and coffee purveyor Foxtail teamed up at the end of July, there would be some kind of brunch-match-made-in-heaven situation going on eventually.

"Eventually," as luck would have it, is tomorrow from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.



No details have been released as far as what's on the menu, other than on-tap "Foxtail Cocktails" and of course, excellent fair-trade, single-origin coffees and coffee bevs. Presumably, the brunch menu will be similar to DoveCote's already-excellent offerings. (That fines herbes omelette, tho.)

There will also be a DJ, of course — this is a see-and-be-seen Saturday brunch, after all. Expect sets from Nigel John/Black Suede.



Call and make a reservation today if you're interested by calling 407-930-1700. Wherever Foxtail goes, crowds follow.



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