Brian O’Rourke will be cooking up breakfast at The Coppertop Bar and Grill on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. “Most people eat breakfast; people don’t often have breakfast,” he told The Middletown Press.
One of the dishes on the traditional Irish menu is called the “Dubliner.” It is an omelet that contains corned beef hash and Irish cheddar served with Irish bacon, fingerling potatoes and O’Rourke’s famous Irish soda bread. According to the menu, the omelet is one of the most popular items.
Another breakfast entrée is an apple and brie omelet topped with mango preserves and served with a scone and a potato dish called colcannon. People can also try the “Irish Gallway” dish, which is poached eggs over grilled brown bread with smoked and imported salmon, bacon and hollandaise sauce.
Tomorrow (Sunday, January 20), there will be a special family-style breakfast.