For all you don’t-do-turkey types: new traditions are yours for the making. Chef Erik Bruner-Yang’s Thanksgiving menu includes a choice of Peking Duck, Braised Short Rib, or Butternut Squash Green Curry, and trust us when we say that the side game is strong. It’s a brand new lens on an American holiday – did we mention the Miso Peanut Banana Cream Pie?
Thanksgiving trays are $55 per person plus tax and gratuity, and available from 11/23 – 11/29. Join us for the occasion at Brothers And Sisters, or take the festivities home with you: Thanksgiving trays are available for pick up with pre-order.
Brothers And Sisters has arms wide open with a daily happy hour from 5pm – 7pm. Find yourself here for $4 snacks, $8 cocktails and wine selections, and $4 beers…because now, more than ever: drinks. And korokke. Always korokke.
Afternoon Tea at Brothers And Sisters means slowing down, catching up, and indulging in ritual (and by “ritual,” we actually mean “matcha-cream cheese sandos and onigiri.” Both are excellent methods of whiling away an afternoon).
Afternoon Tea is served Friday – Sunday, 3:30pm – 5:30pm. Reservations are recommended.