Tutti Mangia Italian Grill, known for Italian cuisine with world influences, recently expanded its hours of operation to include Sunday brunch and it’s unlike anything you’ll find in the area.
Diners can choose from comfort classics with a few “Tutti’s” interpretations such as Tutti Crab Benedict, Tutti-Quiles (yes, it’s Tutti’s twist on Chilaquiles) or Calabrian Chicken & Waffles.
There are another six items on the Brunch Specialties portion of the menu, including Filet Mignon & Eggs and Spaghettini “Carbonara” with Duck Bacon, Parmesan Cheese, English Peas and a Farm Fresh Sunny-Side-Up Egg.
Start off your brunch experience at Tutti’s with Avocado Toast, which you can add Caprese or Smoked Salmon to, or order fresh Oysters with Apple-Shallot Mignonette, Cocktail Sauce and Horseradish.
Tutti’s brunch menu doesn’t stop there; it’s complete with pasta, Panini’s and other lunch favorites. The Borsellini comes with roasted Butternut Squash and Burrata stuffed Pasta Purses. The Salmone B.L.T. Panini is not your average. It includes grilled Scottish Salmon, Hardwood Bacon, Lemon-caper Aioli and Foccacia.
What would brunch be without brunch cocktails? Guests can enjoy bottomless Mimosas or specialty, hand-crafted cocktails like a San Marzano Bloody Mary or a Cantaloupe Martini.
Brunch is available at Tutti Mangia every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. View menu and reserve a table now at https://www.tuttimangia.com/sunday-brunch.