Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q now serves brunch on the Westside

Here, a BEC stands for brisket, egg, and cheese

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Chilaquiles and biscuit sandwiches

Photo by Jonathan Fox

Want to indulge? Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q begins brunch service this weekend at the Works. Starting March 16, every Saturday and Sunday the Westside location (204 Chattahoochee Row Northwest) will offer brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The regular menu will be available as well starting at 11 a.m.

“We’ve done breakfast taco and biscuit popups at the DeKalb Avenue location—sometimes they sell out in 20 minutes—so we learned there’s a demand,” says cofounder and pitmaster Jonathan Fox, who owns the restaurants with his brother Justin Fox. “The Westside is spread out. There are a lot of dining options but not a lot of breakfast and brunch. This is an opportunity to bring more people to the Works location.”

Chicken Fried Pork Chop Biscuit Gravy

Photo by Jonathan Fox

If you’re looking for something light, go elsewhere. Fox spent the pandemic fine-tuning his biscuit recipe and learning to make flour tortillas from scratch. Both are featured on the brunch menu. It includes breakfast tacos with sliced smoked pork belly, scrambled eggs, refried beans, and American cheese; a “Chicken Fried Pork Chop Biscuit and Gravy” topped with fried eggs; and a BEC biscuit—the ‘B’ stands for brisket. Expect chilaquiles, a “Texas Biscuit Benny,” and “Sweet and Spicy French Toast” with a fried chicken thigh slathered in jalapeno-infused maple syrup. A breadbasket includes a seasonal fruit kolache, currently blueberry cream cheese. Fox Bros. recently collaborated with doughnut chain the Salty for a savory pork kolache. Fox says something similar could be on the menu in the future.

Brunch cocktails include Spicy Bloody Maria made with jalapeno tequila and a Fox Bros. rub on the rim of the glass, Irish coffee, and a “Sunshine Mimosa” comprised of passion fruit liqueur, prosecco, and pineapple juice. Of course, traditional Bloody Marys and micheladas are also available.

No brunch is planned for the DeKalb Avenue location. “The kitchen is very small and it’s very busy over there,” Fox explains.

Check out the brunch menu below.

Fox Bros Brunch. Menu

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