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Bistro BE Launches Brunch This Weekend: Try the Stella Artois and Herb Waffle

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This weekend, consider stopping by Bistro BE, located in the Axis building in Brickell. Why? Because on Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., this chic Belgian eatery will be hosting a contemporary and interesting Belgium brunch with a twist.

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The traditional Belgian waffle will be a huge part of most of the dishes, but diners can opt for other nontraditional waffles such as dill, potato, chive, and Emmental; Stella Artois and herbs; chocolate chip; and blueberry. There's also a breakfast waffle burger ($16) with a veal-based patty, applewood smoked bacon, eggs served sunny-side-up, and chimay cheese. And the BE waffle veal sliders ($17) are served with poached egg, smoked ham, hollandaise, and white asparagus.

Some of the other offerings are the Breakfast Champignon ($12) with sautéed wild mushrooms, with toasted beer bread topped with a sunny side up egg; green eggs ($12) with choice of breakfast meats; fresh berries and granola yogurt parfait ($10); and croque madame ($13) with smoked ham, gruyere layered between fresh bread and melted cheese; and the delicious sounding crème brûlée French toast $13 made with challah bread and fresh berries.

Not convinced? Well, Bistro BE also plans to wet the palate with bottomless mimosas priced at $18 per person.

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