Gone are the days when brunch was a once-a-year celebratory meal to honor Mom on her day. Today, the weekend meal is sacrosanct among many of us seeking to cap the week with a late morning catching up with family and friends. The growing popularity of brunch is supported by Google search trends. Did you know that digital searches for brunch have more than doubled nationally over the past decade?
At Taco Guild, our brunch’s popularity continues to soar – a testament to Chef Lujan and her team’s dedication and passion for inventive brunch dishes that taste amazing and hit the mark. Don’t take our word for it; these are three reasons why our fans say Taco Guild brunch is the best in Phoenix:
Coffee-braised beef hash – The fact that it tastes incredible may have something to do with its popularity, but we also like to think that it’s because you can ‘eat’ your caffeine and leave room for a drink. If our fans’ word is not enough, watch Cooking Channel’s Michael Symon rave about it. He featured the beef in this season’s premiere of Burgers, Brews & ‘Que.Brunch in a glass – Ok, maybe you add a taco to go with your Holy Mother Mary drink but, this guest favorite, made with Tito’s vodka and pequin-pepper-infused Bloody Mary mix, has enough fixings to count as an appetizer. The one pictured above, recently featured by Phoenix New Times, is topped with Mexican street corn, deviled eggs, jalapeño-infused bacon, and longaniza sausage.
No need to skip church – Taco Guild’s unique setting – a renovated Methodist church built in 1893 – features original artwork, stained glass, and wooden pews. The atmosphere is a balance of modern and traditional and a great setting to sit back and enjoy a contemplative dining experience. Taco Guild’s brunch menu, a perfect balance of savory and sweet, is in complete harmony with the setting.