brunch at commonwealth

November 10, 2011
cloth napkins
commonwealth
table things
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scotch eggs
bar things
commonwealth
masons
pork & cider stew
love this girl
brie, pear chutney, goat cheese
scone, berries & clotting cream
happy norris
Thanks to Norris, we had my favorite brunch since I've been back in the States. This little cafe doubles as a pub and is usually super busy during soccer games. We were fortunate enough to come on an empty, Sunday morning.

I just loved the feel of the place. From the art on the walls to the striped cloth napkins to mason jars with handles. It was nice but homey.

And then I had the best grilled cheese of my life: brie, pear chutney and goat cheese. I'd go every week if it wasn't across the Bay Bridge.

16 comments:

  1. OMG! Everything looks so good! You are making me hungry! =) I love the pictures

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  2. oh god all the food looks mouthwatering. i'd be interested to try out those eggs, do you know what that dish is exactly? Looks so good...

    WEMAKEPLANS

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  3. what a cute place and the food looks delish!

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  4. what is that hard boiled egg dish?! it looks amazing!

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  5. that looks FANTASTIC! how cozy and yummy!

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  6. Annie & AJ-- Those are scotch eggs! They're hard boiled eggs with sausage, breadcrumbs, and curried ketchup.

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  7. I was about to ask about the eggs, but then I saw the comment above. OMG I WANT SOME OF THOSE NOW!!

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  8. i will have to find out where this place it! i want to go there!
    xo,
    cb

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  9. Everything looks so yummy, and I love the splash painting!

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  10. I just love the photography in this post. Fantastic!

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  11. I love your blog design! So cute! :)

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  12. yumm. your photos make the food look so good.

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  13. that food is making my mouth water lady. what is that hard boiled egg meatball looking thing. I want a bite of that.

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  14. Yummy! Everything edible in this post looks amazingly delicious!

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