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Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, 1808 Grille has plenty of dishes available at nearly any price range. The menus do change seasonally, but there are a few staples.
Breakfast, which is served daily between 6:30 and 10:30 a.m., features mouthwatering dishes such as cinnamon challah bread French toast and poached eggs on cornbread. Whether you opt for a filling bowl of steel cut oatmeal for $7.50 or a protein heavy three-egg omelet for $11.50, you won’t find anything on the menu more than $15 — unless you choose to add a New York strip medallion to your bacon and eggs, which will cost you $21.50.
Lunch at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is available Monday through Friday between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., and includes soups and salads, deli sandwiches, and the classic “meat and three.” Soup is as low as $4.50, while entrée salads clock in at around $10. When it comes to the sandwiches, you’ll find everything from the $10 turkey melt to the $15 open-faced crab cake sandwich. The “meat and three” option is $15 for your favorite meat (beef, fish or chicken) alongside three field-to-table sides.
At dinnertime, you’ll have the option of small, medium and large plates. Share one or two of the small plates and follow up with a large plate. Appetizers, soups and salads (the small and medium plates) run between $7 and $9, while the large plates can be anywhere between $18.50 and $30. All of the large plates are served with field-to-table sides.
Brunch, which is available Saturdays and Sundays between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., includes a mix of breakfast and lunch courses at a similar price point. There are small plates and large plates on the brunch menu, so if you’re craving a pastry basket to go with your burger, have at it. Small plates cost anywhere from $4.50 to $10.50, while large plates can be as little as $9.25 or as much as $23.