Breakfast bar: our new-found obsession with morning feasting
Blame it on our new-found obsession with morning feasting: switching porridge for poutine, and boiled eggs for potato pancakes with sour cream leeks, poached duck eggs and tobiko wasabi caviar, but even breakfast time has now assumed a more elaborate, and, frankly, more alcoholic profile in the alarming shape of the breakfast cocktail. Ideally a weekend treat, they are craftily taking the form of more well behaved- looking morning quenchers – a mimosa might happily pass for an orange or grapefruit juice in a flute, an Irish coffee as a flat white, or a Ramos gin fizz as a glass of milk. Meanwhile, the Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn is offering an entire White Russian menu at its morning cartoon sessions, including the milk- and vodka-based Sonny, topped with Cocoa Puffs. We’ve taken inspiration and created our own version using Lucky Charms. Serial drinking has never looked so innocent.
As originally featured in the December 2016 issue of Wallpaper* (W*213)