It feels good to get out and try even more restaurants in the South Bay now that I have, dare I say, a little normalcy in my life.
We went to Sophie’s Place for brunch last Sunday. Yes, Super Bowl Sunday. However, we got there early enough to beat all the crowds. Their menu was pretty simple. A few breakfast entrees, eggs benedict variations, and of course, omelets. The service was pretty quick on that busy Sunday morning. I sipped on a giant latte which was foamier than any that I’ve had at the big chains, and it was a good thing & refreshing in more ways than one. I’m glad it exceeded expectations; especially since the restaurant isn’t known for its handcrafted coffee drinks.
Okay, so I vowed that I’d eat healthier in the new year; and for the most part I have. Everyone needs a little cheat day every now & again right? The Corn Hash was just that. A hearty breakfast without going overboard. Everything from the corn beef hash, to the runny over easy eggs, the breakfast potatoes, and toast & jam really hit the spot. It didn’t leave me feeling too full. The great thing about Riviera Village is that it’s such a nice area where you can walk off your meal while window shopping!
So if you’re looking for a place for brunch, give Sophie’s Place a try. With a good selection, you’ll be sure to find something you like.