It might be a beer spot by night, but one look at Spitzer's Corner's brunch menu, and it's clear they want to improve upon the average bar food. Take, for instance, the panko-coated crispy eggs and spinach ricotta terrine ($11), which takes the hard-to-perfect phenomenon of deep fried poached eggs and pairs them with a light and fluffy slice of green-studded cheese. Cheddar fondue, an "in between" layer, was largely undetectable, adding just a bit of salty edge, and the country bread it all sat upon was nicely toasted, if not remarkable. It's creative brunch food done well—and with a fresh, lemon-dressed side salad to cut the richness, it's a good deal for the price.
Also delicious: the lemon ricotta pancakes ($10). They literally melt on the tongue and carry a subtly sweet, citrusy flavor. My dining companion's opinion? "This is exactly what pancakes should always taste like." Spitzer's, you've sold me on more than beer.
Spitzer's Corner Restaurant
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