Clancey isn’t taking any brunch prisoners, because their brunch runs from 10:00-4:00 on Saturdays and 10:00-6:00 on Sundays. If you get a late afternoon breakfast craving, then Clancey is your place. Clancey is definitively American, with a strong rotation of craft beers and specialty cocktails as well. 

As far as the actual brunch menu goes, it is chock full of flavorful and filling options, with some classic breakfast dishes recomposed. If you like a little seafood in your brunch dish, then you should go for the shrimp and grits, while another classic, fried chicken and waffles, at Clancey is reconstructed into challah French toast served with fried chicken and house hot sauce. Top it off with a Bloody Mary (served with bourbon and bacon), and you’ll probably need to taxi home. 

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