Fork Photos :: Brunch at Finca

Finca, the new kid on Salt Lake City’s dining scene, is making a stir with their tasty Spanish tapas.  Not only do they serve food late into the night (until midnight) and hold occasional wine pairing events like last month’s Rioja tasting, they just added brunch to their offerings.  The brunch menu consists of breakfast-themed tapas and entree-sized dishes with a Spanish flare.
Mel I Mato.
Tortilla Espanola.
Huevos Flamenco.
My friend Ashlee is a part-time vegan, full-time vegetarian so finding dishes that she can eat that don’t taste like straw can be difficult.  She said the Mel I Mato (house-made ricotta, walnuts, local honey, and berries; $6) was absolutely amazing and the Tortilla Espanola (local eggs, potatoes, and romesco sauce; $6) was outstanding.  I went the hearty meat route with the Huevos Flamenco (chorizo, potato, baked egg, onions, and peppers; $10), which I enjoyed but didn’t completely love.
La Hierba Verde.

My cocktail, on the other hand, was an awesome concoction of Sauvignon Blanc, vodka, lemon, celery bitters, and herbs.  It was incredibly refreshing and light, an absolutely perfect drink for a summer meal on the patio.

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