With the dog days of summer almost here, Ms. Rose’s Fine Food & Cocktails will host the Mimosas & Mutts Brunch on Saturday, June 23rd from 11 am to 2 pm on their large outdoor patio. The event benefits Dorchester Paws.
Patrons can enjoy:
- An all-cash Mimosa Bar
- Live music with High Five Duo
- Housemade dog treats (available for purchase)
- On-site different vendors
- Cluaran Design
- Pursenalities Boutiquie
- Forever Living Products and more
All proceeds from the Mimosa Bar and dog treats will be donated to Dorchester Paws, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of animals in Dorchester county. Dorchestor Paws will be on-site with pets available for adoption.
The regular brunch menu and table service will also be available to guests on the outdoor patio and in the restaurant. Menu highlights include classic brunch fair, like the Low Country Benedict, served with pan roasted crab cakes, crispy green tomato, poached eggs, english muffin, goat cheese stone grits, and hollandaise. Also on the menu is Corned Beef Hash, served with sweet potatoes, over-easy eggs, hollandaise, house corned beef, and parmesan cheese stone grits and the popular Brunch Burger, served with goat cheese, fried egg, fried green tomato, and toppings. For those with a sweet tooth, Ms. Rose’s also serves up an Peaches & Cream French Toast, served with local peaches and cream bread pudding, rum spiced sweet cream glaze, stone grits and apple smoked bacon.
You can pair your meal with one of Ms. Rose’s Signature Brunch Cocktails. Mimosas can be ordered by the glass, by the pitcher ($12), or in a four-glass flight with the choice of ten different flavors ($12).
For more information on Ms. Rose’s, please visit: www.msroses.com.
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