Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and what better way to spend it than with good company. If you’re regular here or on my Instagram page, you’d probably believe that I live at this restaurant *lol*. I’ve been here quite a few times and if it’s good, why not return? On this occasion, it was for a brunch date as one last activity before my friend leaves for the summer. It actually wasn’t even my suggestion to go to Bay House but I made no objections about it.
The Brunchin’ Bunch, huh? Well, I have never been one for cliques or girl groups but somehow I managed to stay intertwined with these young ladies ever since high school. We may not talk on the daily or catch up as often, but once we’re all back in Antigua whether for Summer or Christmas we try our best to meet up (Unfortunately all didn’t make it). I played mas with a few of them for Carnival, but going to brunch has sorta been becoming a staple activity. Brunchin’ Bunch shirts would be kinda cool, huh?
Brunching has also become somewhat popular lately. Usually, people would go for lunch or dinner dates but brunch is just as enjoyable. To make it even better, you can start your morning with a mimosa. Since I’m not a fan of champagne I had a white sangria.
As I’m not new to the restaurant I stuck to what I knew when it came to the food, plus nothing else on the menu grabbed my interest. I definitely enjoyed my choice of French toast, this time with a side of scrambled eggs.
Caramelized Cinnamon French Toast with Berries and Cream
Check out the breakfast menu here. There’s an option for local Antiguan breakfast as well as English style.
As we live in the tropics and it’s incredibly hot, I opted for a sleeveless, 3/4 striped jumpsuit which I happily secured at Ross. I paired this with some simple black sandals and of course my fro was out.
The time spent together catching up and sharing laughs was great. Looking forward to the next time we get to meet up, hopefully at a different location (just to try somewhere new).