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More brunch!

Le Suprême, the new Parisian-inspired brasserie in Detroit’s Book Tower, has expanded service and is now open for weekend brunch. Guests can look forward to French-inspired breakfast specialties, along with house-made pastries and breads. Additionally, Le Suprême’s full-service bar showcases a traditional absinthe service, a curated cocktail program and a global selection of over 300 champagnes and wines. A few key dishes and brunch cocktails include: eggs Norwegian with smoked salmon, spinach and sauce hollandaise; avocado tartine featuring roasted tomato compote, smashed avocado, basil and grated egg; pain perdu – a brioche, vanilla anglaise, caramelized apples with whipped crème fraiche; smoked salmon tower with smoked salmon, salmon rillettes, cucumbers, tomatoes, cream cheese and house made bagels; “The Happening” cocktail featuring Chambord, Campari, cold brew coffee and tonic; “Le Suprême’s Bloody Mary” with vodka and house bloody Mary mix; “Mon Cheri” with  vodka, rose, lemon juice, rhubarb, absinthe and sparkling rosé. Le Supreme’s brunch hours are Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 1265 Washington Blvd, Detroit lesupremedetroit.com




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