Corners Tavern to Offer Brunch Service Beginning this Weekend

photo by Stacy Ventura

Corners Tavern in downtown Walnut Creek next to Macy’s will begin offering brunch service starting tomorrow. Check out their brunch menu here.

From an email:

Nestled in the heart of downtown Walnut Creek, the new contemporary American restaurant, Corners Tavern will begin serving lunch on Saturday (11:30-2) and Sunday brunch (10:30-2:30) starting this weekend, June 2. The new brunch menu will continue the theme of big, bold flavors and will be divided into two categories: appetizers and entrees. Guests can choose from sweet dishes like the Brioche French Toast with Strawberry Butter or savory fare like the Duck Confit Hash with Fingerling Potatoes and Baked Duck Egg or the Grilled Shrimp and Grits with Housemade Andouille Sausage. Brunch cocktails include the MimosaBrazilian(Cachaca, mint, lemongrass, lime and Prosecco) and the Michelada (Mexican beer, tabasco and lime). A full brunch menu is attached.

Perfect for summer, Corners Tavern will have the patio seating available for outdoor dining and (weather permitting) the large front-facing roll-up garage doors open for indoor dining.

Corners Tavern will remain open after brunch and lunch service with a mid-day menu featuring a limited number of items including salads, smoked chicken wingshouse-made charcuterie, the Corners burger and a variety of light snacks such as the smoked and spiced almonds and duck fat roasted potatoes. The mid-day menu is a perfect respite for Walnut Creek shoppers looking for a small bite between meals or a cold, refreshing beverage on a warm day.

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  • Elizabeth Mackey

    Wow, that menu looks outstanding!! I had dinner here last night, and it was wonderful. I had the duck confit with cherries and morrel mushrooms. YUMMMMMY!!!! We shared a strawberry rhubarb tart, also very good.

    My only ding, was that we had one of their cocktails, The Hemmingway daiquiri. and there was virtually no alcohol in it. 🙁 I’m willing to over look this, because I normally am not a drinker, so that is not how I rate a restaurant.

    The first time I came, my dinner experience wasn’t perfect, but I knew they had to work the bugs out, and boy did they! I loved my dinner. I can’t wait to show my husband the brunch menu 🙂

    • That’s funny, I went there today for lunch before reading your comment and had the strawberry rhubarb tart as well! It was SO good. The cobb salad I had was delicious as well. I’ve been here a few times already and I think they keep getting better. It was so packed today I had to be on a waitlist for over 20 minutes. Worth it though for sure.

  • WC

    Wishing them success the venue is excellent. Pricing and menu at bit high, but they seem to be modifying to find a sweet spot.

    • Lunch prices are reasonable for what you get, I’ll be back for sure, maybe for the burger next time. It looked really good.