Oddfellows, which will serve breakfast and lunch, weekend brunch, and will be BYOB, promises dinner service sometime this winter.
“The food will all be classic, fresh, and local. And we’ll have an excellent coffee program,” says our friend Stacy at Eno’s, who tells us that Oddfellows has decided to serve Cuvee coffee out of Austin. Last week Oddfellows received delivery of a La Marzocco Strada Espresso Machine, one of only four in the US.
Expect to spent somewhere in the $8 to $12 dollar range for breakfast and lunch. The restaurant’s Facebook page is suggesting an opening date as early as this Thursday.
Seeing how I was already in love with Eno’s craft beer selection, thin square-cut pies, and Perfect Picnic plate of cheeses, olives, pecans, and salami, you know I’ll be ponying up for a seat when Oddfellows opens later this week.