After you party all Saturday night at Sign of the Whale, drinking several of their Tidal Wave drinks, wake up and meet your friends for Sunday Brunch at the Sign of the Whale where the party continues all day long. When you walk in the door the live DJ is pumping out the tunes to keep the atmosphere fun and lively.
We were invited to try out Sunday Brunch and this is what we found out about the Sign of the Whale’s brunch.
Bottomless Mimosas are just $15 so….Or go with the bottomless Kir Royale or Belinnis for the same price.
Sign of the Whale is an American gastro-pub located at 6 Harbor Point Road. Gastro-pub, you ask? It has been defined as a public house (eating establishment) that serves good food and drinks while staying true to the traditional pub atmosphere; comfortable and friendly.
After 16 months, Sign of the Whale brought Executive Chef Brian Murphy on board to refresh their menu. On those cooler days and nights enjoy your food and drink in the modern 5,000 square foot dining room. During the short summer we have in Connecticut, enjoy them on the 5,000 square foot rooftop bar offering nice views of the surrounding area.
The Bloody Mary bar at the Sign of the Whale has everything you need to build the perfect Bloody Mary. Start with the your favorite vodka, then add Bloody Mary mix and top your drink with tomatoes, peppers, onions, olives, fruit and event cauliflower to name a few of the 50 items available as garnish.
Are you brave enough? Try a Breakfast Shot: Jameson and butterscotch Schnapps with an Orange Juice Chaser. Taste like pancakes with maple syrup. Not interested in pancakes try one of their other shots: Cinnamon French Toast: Fireball whiskey and Rumchata; Fruity Pebbles: Three Olives loopy vodka and Baileys Irish cream, or traditional Oyster Shooter: fresh oyster, vodka, cocktail sauce, and lemon juice.
Brunch at the Sign of the Whale is definitely not all about just the drinks. There are many brunch offerings to satisfy your culinary delight. They offer a little twist on Eggs Benedict, called Crab Eggs Benedict: old fashioned eggs Benedict with lump crab meat accompanied by roasted potatoes and peppers.
How about a Lobster Waffle: fresh lobster over cornmeal waffle topped with lobster butter sauce and micro greens with mixed fruit.
One of the all time best breakfast combos: perfectly cooked Steak and Eggs with roasted potatoes and peppers.
Do you like pizza and typical breakfast items? Then try the Breakfast Pizza: bacon, sausage, egg, hash browns, cheddar cheese, and spicy aioli, all on top of a crispy thin crust.
If your palate is craving something a little sweeter, order up the Cookies & Cream Pancakes: Oreo cookie pancakes topped with icing syrup and crushed Oreo.
Be sure to try their Ahi Tuna: excellent rare tuna with soy, ginger, yuzu aioli, fried wonton chips, avocado crema, wasabi. It was fantastic.
On your way home from a tiring day at work, stop in for the High Tide Happy Hour and unwind; Monday through Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm, where you can partake in $5 Draft Beers, $6 Mixed Drinks, or $2 Off all Wines by the Glass.
Looking for a place to enjoy some wine and oysters, then head to Sign of the Whale for Thursday Wine Night and have $25 bottles of wine, $2 select oysters.
The Sign of the Whale is open Monday to Thursday and Sunday from 11:30 am to 1:00 am, Friday and Saturday from 11:30 am to 2:00 am.