Brunch was great.
It was very packed in the main dining area downstairs, and we were told by the host that they have a table for us upstairs, but there is a large bachelorette party going on and they are drunk/loud. The old couple who walked in before us opted for a corner table downstairs instead. We, on the other hand, told the host we'd love to join the loud bachelorette party room
The first cocktail I ordered had been sold out for the day, which was disappointing because it sounded awesome. I got another one instead that had won all kinds of awards. Didn't finish it. It was definitely interesting, but tasted like black licorice. Not my kind of drink. I can see where awesome talent went into it though. The waiter misunderstood me at one point and brought out a bottle of Pinot Grigio that I didn't order. Since it was already open, he went ahead and gave me a glass.
The food was outstanding. We got the King Salmon Tartare to start. So delicious. It had grilled carrots and peppers, which made each bite even better.
Jones got the duck, which he snapped a pic of with his phone.
It had grilled garlic and sweet peppers with a jalapeno puree.
I got the Pork Confit which came with a crispy pig ear and sweet corn. Wasn't able to manage a photo, but it was the best pork in any form I've ever had. Every bite was like butter. No chewing, no cutting.. just butter-textured pork.
I was too full for dessert (we were pretty hungover so it was a small meal), but everything was awesome. I loved the upstairs room. I'll have to keep it in mind when special events happen in life ;)
Side note: Had Vincent's at a rehearsal dinner for the first time this weekend, and was pretty impressed.