We went to Sunday Brunch at The Attic. We got there around 12:30pm - we had about an hour wait. We went to the side of the Attic to have a cocktail while we waited for our table. It was set up like a back yard with tables. We sat there as a waitress took our drink order. She informed us that we couldn`t get the fancy bloody mary`s in the wait section, due to kitchen access. The Attic is known for 'Build your Own Bloody Mary`s' complete with Bacon, Devil Eggs, Short Ribs, Sliders, etc to garnish your Mary. The guys ordered an Extra Spicy 'Normal' Mary with bacon infused vodka and Slim Jim stuffed Olives.....which wasn`t so normal, it was actually pretty tasty and fancy. I ordered a Mimosa with Lime & Vodka......not your Normal Mimosa either.....it was actually pretty refreshing and it was served in a Wine glass......pretty impressive!
Our names were called and we sat inside. The Attic is actually a house made into a restaurant with Art on walls and Art decor Lights and fixtures. The we all ordered the build your own Bloody Mary`s, complete with Slim Jim Olives, Pickled Egg, Short Rib Slider, horseradish, shrimp and Bacon infused Vodka. Pretty much a meal in itself, but we also ordered brunch. Roy ordered the Berkly Omelet, which has Chorizo & Spinach. I ordered the Blue Bayou Omelet which has Cajun Shrimp & Blue Crab. Vic Ordered The Brat Pack, which is Bratwurst & Eggs. The boys really seemed to enjoy it all, which is a difficult feat unto itself. I really enjoyed my Brunch. The Cajun Shrimp & Blue Crab where moist, tender and very flavorful. They definitely did not skimp on the shrimp or the crab, the omelet was stuffed and so was I!The service was informative, friendly, relaxed and very stylish, after all The Attic is in the Art District of Long Beach! I highly recommend this quaint little place and I cannot wait to go back!! More info @ http://www.TheAtticOnBroadway.com