Sunday brunch a high point at Horizons

by Tallahassee Table

Horizons Bar & Grille is the kind of go-to restaurant that works whether you’re out with the family, a business associate, a friend, or a date. It’s casual but stylish, with a shaded outdoor patio. 

The patio offers a shady spot for dining outdoors for Sunday brunch or other meals.

If you liked the restaurant, Spear-It, which closed during the pandemic, you’ll be happy to find some of the same dishes here. Mike Smith and Kyle Flowers — the operating team from Spear-It — are owners of Horizons, open since December in Bannerman Crossing.

Steak and eggs are among the brunch choices on a Sunday morning.

The menu: Classics like chicken and waffles, stuffed French toast and biscuits and gravy are available. Also look for appealing options like shrimp cake Benedict, breakfast quesadilla, charcuterie, and “The Forgotten Coast grouper sandwich.” Sides include Bradley’s sausage, cheese grits and fresh fruit.

A cold Irish brew is a flavorful wake-up at Horizons.

Spirits: Tasty morning cocktails are a highlight. Consider an Irish Cold Brew (with Jameson, Frangelico hazelnut liqueur, Bailey’s Irish cream and Lucky Goat cold brew coffee), peach (or blackberry) sangria, mimosa, poinsettia (with cranberry instead of orange juice) or Bloody Mary.

Horizons has an attractive dining room that works for families, dates, friends or colleagues.

For more information about Horizons, please read our story

If you go:

Horizons Bar & Grille, Bannerman Crossing, 3427 Bannerman Road, Suite 104; 850-329-2371.

— Hours: Sunday brunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with hours extending to 9 p.m.; 4 to 9 p.m. Monday to Wednesday; 4 to 10 p.m. Thursday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday.

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