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Let’s do brunch

Chef Max Goeke and the culinary team at Adam Merkel Restaurants have designed a new weekend brunch menu for Pinky’s Rooftop, which includes their popular Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar, plus a full revamped food menu. “Our new brunch menu was designed entirely with our guests in mind. Based on feedback between dishes they love, and others they wanted to see, Chef Max Goeke developed this one-of-a-kind menu that will delight all diners and become a staple in the metro Detroit brunch scene,” said Adam Merkel. A few of the delicious new items include: mushroom toast with butter herb mushrooms, sourdough and chive crème fresh; steak and eggs featuring a six ounce prime ribeye, two eggs and herb potatoes; and Pinky’s breakfast burger, which is topped with fried egg, and herb potatoes. Other tried and true favorites remain on the menu, including flaky buttermilk biscuits and gravy; old fashioned pancakes with chocolate chips or blueberries; and Pinky’s cinnamon French toast with berry compote and powdered sugar. All brunch items pair nicely with Pinky’s famous Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar. The whimsical décor of Pinky’s Rooftop, complete with butterfly wings, big florals and over-the-top glam drinks, make it one of the most Instragrammable restaurants in metro Detroit. The 4,500-square-foot space seats 83 people inside. On the rooftop patio, there’s seating for 44, including a year-round, covered, heated dining space which seats 27. 100 S. Main Street, Rear Alley Entrance, Royal Oak


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