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Eagle's Nest Sunday Brunch Countdown - Most popular as determined by guests.

#5 Quiche of the Day

Variety comes into play.  Every Sunday, check out the latest creation.  Recent quiches include BLT, bacon & green pepper, ham & asparagus.  See what surprise this Sunday will bring.  

Quiche

#4 Eggs Benedict

Perfect eggs Benedict requires careful orchestration, and the Eagle’s Nest is up to it.  Guests rave about the warm crispy bacon, hot buttered English muffins, eggs poached precisely, and a warm, creamy hollandaise sauce.   Served with fresh fruit.

Eggs Benedict

#3 Belgian Waffles

Think all waffles are the same?  Not so.  These redefine the genre.  Eagle’s Nest waffles are infused with vanilla and with the tasty surprise of sugar pearls hidden within.  Plus, toppings to delight the eye and appetite.   

Belgian Waffle

#2 Biscuits and Gravy

Enjoy comfort food deluxe!  Four buttermilk biscuits are topped with ample sausage gravy and served with two eggs and hashbrowns.  Next week you’ll come back for more.

Biscuits and Gravy

#1 Three Egg Omelet

Number one for a reason!  It’s customized to your taste.  Choose from three toppings: ham, sausage, bacon, onions, peppers, shredded cheddar cheese, mushrooms, spinach, jalapenos.  And served with hashbrowns.

Three egg omelet

So, what else?  Here are some more delicious ideas available for your Sunday Brunch at the Eagle's Nest, 10 am - 1:30 pm.  

Why the Green Light in the Cupola?

Eagle's Nest manager Jorge Orozco had a sudden realization.  He told owner Blair Huff about it.  Blair said "let's do it!"

What was Jorge's idea?

Jorge said "install colorful lights in the cupola." Then change the colors to tell customers when the Eagle's Nest is open, having last call, or closed.  The three colors are green, yellow and red. Can you guess when each color is displayed?

Restaurant with green light in cupola

Installing LED lights in the cupola required hauling equipment and tools up an arduous climb. First step was to scale the wall of the restaurant like a ninja.  Then, enter a secret door to the attic. 

Secret door

From there, the crew had to maneuver through the matrix of trusses.  

Trusses

Finally, another totally vertical ladder had to be climbed to reach the cupola. 

Light in cupola

Blair and Jorge recently retraced those steps to inspect the lighting system. A little like two intrepid mountaineers, they aspired to reach a Clark Lake high point. Though facing the potential hazard, they held tough and pulled it off. Both explained it was lot warmer up there than expected.

Jorge

So, when they returned to terra firma, they took a break and enjoyed some of what the Eagle's Nest is best known for.

Jorge and Blair