Brunch starts at 10 am.This Banana Bread French Toast is calling your name! It’s Memorial Day weekend...you deserve this... 🍌 🍞 🍳 #brunch #deveresdavis #frenchtoast #davisca #deverespub #punchbrunch
In honor of Memorial Day Weekend we have three days of brunch for you to enjoy. 💥Punch Brunch starts this weekend!Join us and try a few of our amazing brunch punches...go big and add a bottle of bubbles for $5! Punch Brunch is here to stay but here are a few more reasons to join us! 📜Our new menus are out! 🍾Bottomless mimosas! 🍹New Brunch Cocktail Menu 🍳 New Brunch Food Menu ☕️ Our Famous Irish Coffee! . . #punchbrunch #brunch #irishpub #irishpubs #deveresdavis #deverespub #pubbrunch
Just a friendly Brunch reminder:💥Bottomless Bottle Service Mimosas are back! You asked...we answered! 🍾Join us every weekend for brunch and enjoy amazing food, cocktails, and mimosas. Not to mention our famous Irish Coffee!☕️ 🥓 🥂 #brunch #deverespub #mimosas #irishpubs #irishpub #davisca #deveresdavis
We recently added a few new dishes to our brunch menu, available Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 2pm, and they're getting rave reviews. Come in and dig in!
Join us next Friday for our 1st-ever 4th of July brunch! Our full menu will be available from 9am to 2pm and the World Cup matches will be on.
Try the "cider" side of brunch! In addition to our $10 bottomless mimosa bottle service during brunch (Saturdays and Sundays 9am-2pm), we are now offering $10 bottomless Crispin Cider mimosas, too!
Keep the celebration going with a big, boozy New Year's brunch! We'll be opening at 9am on New Year's Day and serving our full brunch menu.
$10 bottomless mimosa bottle service until 2pm!
As always, families and kids are welcome!
Brunch (both locations)
Eggs Benedict with snow crab, avocado and bernaise sauce.
(Plus our usual $10 bottomless mimosa bottle service!)
Roasted leg of lamb over colcannon potatoes and roasted carrots.
Braised lamb shank on colcannon potatoes and roasted carrots.
Regardless of where and how you celebrate, our family wishes you a very happy Easter!
We are super honored to be mentioned in Sactown Magazine's Best of Brunch feature in their February/March issue. What do their discerning editor Kate Washington suggest?
"Don't miss the corned beef hash, with plenty of delectable crispy bits, or the Nutella-stuffed challah French toast. Above all, don't forget it's still a pub, with an excellent selection of brunch cocktails: If the Tullamore Dew Irish coffees topped with thick whipped cream don't sate you, then try the 'Man-Mosa,' made with Harp lager."
Pick up an issue to get the full review. Thanks Sactown!
It's official, we are hosting a BIG brunch on 1/1/2013! Come in and recover from the night before with $10 Bottomless Bottle Mimosa Service, Bloody Marys, and Almost Famous Irish Coffees. It's the perfect opportunity to try our new brunch menu, too. (Breakfast burritos, biscuits & gravy, and chilaquiles, anyone?) We're looking forward to brunching it up with all of you and celebrating the beginning of what's sure to be our best year yet. Cheers!
Halloween is just a few weeks away, and following tradition, we are hosting our annual Kids' Costume Brunch. (This will be the first one ever in Davis!) Get your kids in costume and come enjoy brunch with the family. We'll be dressed up, too!
When: Saturday, October 27
Time: 9am to 2pm
Where: Both de Vere's Pub locations
RSVP for the Sac pub here: https://www.facebook.com/events/431401553562724/
RSVP for the Davis pub here: https://www.facebook.com/events/394442117296275/
This special event will include:
-Games for the kids to play while you wait for brunch
-Treat bags for the family to decorate and fill with candy before leaving
-An area for your kids to take photos and show off their costumes
We will also have:
-A hostess to help get you a table as quickly as possible
-Extra high chairs, but we recommend you bring your own as well.
We're looking forward to another fun family event--and can't wait to see everyone's costumes!
Check out some pics from last year...
See the entire photo album here.
You've been asking for it, and now it's here! Brunch is now available at de Vere's in Davis on Saturdays and Sundays. Check out the menu below to tempt your taste buds. If you have trouble choosing a dish, try one of our bestsellers. Fan favorites include the Irish Bacon Benedict, The Fry Up, and the Housemade Granola. We also suggest ordering the Almond Crusted Pound Cake French Toast--it's a new addition, but we're pretty sure people will be craving it weekly after just one bite. Don't forget to indulge in something from the breakfast bar, too. Bottomless Bottle Service is just $10!
We're looking forward to seeing our Davis pub family more during the weekends!
Check out this video "How to make the best Irish Coffee."
We asked the de Vere's staffers to give us the "dish" on what they order for brunch--and came across some great off-menu options. Feel free to steal their ideas to make your brunch experience even more delicious.
IDEA #1: Turn our B.L.T. into a breakfast sando!
Order the B.L.T...add an egg, scrambled or fried. Sub the country crisps for our breakfast potatoes.
IDEA #2: Create a Bogman Sandwich!
Order a grilled cheese, add black and white puddings, egg, and Irish bacon. Amazingness!
IDEA #3: Say goodmorning with a grilled cheese!
Get your kids in costume and come enjoy brunch with the family. (We'll be dressed up, too!) This special event will include: -Games for the kids to play while you wait for brunch -Treat bags for the family to decorate and fill with candy before leaving -An area for your kids to take photos and show off their costumes
We will also have: -A hostess to help get you a table as quickly as possible -Extra high chairs, but we recommend you bring your own as well (If you have a small portable chair), as there will be a lot of kids running around!
We're looking forward to another fun family event--and can't wait to see everyone's costumes! Last year's costumes blew us away...check them out below!
FEATURED BLOG: Round About Sac Town
"First and foremost de Vere’s Irish Pub is one of the best places to go and eat, drink, watch a game, or just hangout. It is centrally located and a great atmosphere. On top of that the people there are great and the de Vere family are truly an asset to our community. Check out the area on St. Patrick’s Day and tell me they don’t know how to go big! I have been many times to de Vere’s and love the feel and the food every time, but my full review will come soon in another post with lots of pictures.
I did find out about their upcoming Burger Thursday specials. A few months ago de Vere’s and Burger Junkies (@burgerjunkies) put on Sacramento Burger Month and de Vere’s had a new unique burger each week of the month and it went over well. They do an excellent job with each burger creation they come up with and bringing back the concept sounded like a great idea. So what I was told is that each Thursday for two weeks at a time there will be a special featured burger that can only be eaten on the Burger Thursdays., and you all are in a treat for the October specials! They created a new burger and brought back one of the phenomenal burgers from Sacramento burger month. I had the privilege of previewing the upcoming burgers and will tell you all about them!
First two Thursdays of October (Oct. 7 & 14)- The Buffalo Crunch Burger
The Buffalo Crunch burger actually didn’t have a name when I got to sink my teeth into this monster burger but one of my dining companions Donelle (@dobrien917) thought of the great name. Now this is a monster of a burger so make sure to ask for extra napkins when you order it (and you should order it!). It comes on the de Vere’s signature pretzel bun that makes all their burgers taste great. I like this pretzel bun because it is not as dense as other pretzel buns I have had but it holds its form and doesn’t just fall apart as you eat your burger like other places.
This burger comes with bleu cheese, a bleu cheese “dressing”/sauce, the meat is covered/smothered in a house made buffalo style sauce with house made potato crisps (really crunchy potato chips) and lettuce and tomato. Just look at that sauce dripping down from that really good-sized burger intertwined with the melty cheese (I’m hungry now!). This was a sample of the burger so I didn’t get to ask for my burger cooked the way I like, but I would have liked my burger just a bit more pink on the inside (they usually ask when you order so this was a fluke here). Check out the chef describing the burger himself:
I told you they didn’t have a name for the burger yet but we helped them out. As I said before this burger is quite large and will require a little work before you start digging into this bad boy. First take out the toothpick, then put your hand firmly on top of that pretzel bun and then use some force and press down on that burger. You should be hearing some loud crunching and if you’re not use more force (come on Luke use the force)! Your burger might look similar to this:
I will admit I thought they were a little crazy when I saw the burger and all the buffalo sauce. I though what did I get myself into? Buffalo chicken, why of course but on a burger I wasn’t so sure and I thought the spiciness of the sauce might turn off a lot of people. I’m telling you the sauce has a great tanginess with very slight heat. If you are afraid of spicy items don’t be afraid of this burger, plus the cheese counters the spiciness some as well. When I first bit into the burger my taste buds immediately when to the creamy bleu cheese flavor. I was surprised I though it would be dominated by buffalo sauce. As I am working my head around the cheese the meat and buffalo sauce flavor come into my mouth. I was truly surprised how these flavors melded so well into this burger. Now the best part of the burger (in my opinion) are the potato crisps. I remember as a kid putting potato chips on my sandwiches and this is fun too. The crisps are not your bagged store-bought chips. These are extra-crispy house made crisps. These are so crunchy that our friend sitting at the next table over could hear the crunch as we bit down into the burgers.
This burger is so tasty and so much fun. I wish today was Thursday so I could go back and get myself another one. Remember this is only available for the next two Thursdays at de Vere’s for their Burger Thursday specials!
Second two Thursdays of October (Oct 20 & 27)- Prime Rib Burger (AKA The Bad MoFo)
The pic of the burger was the first iteration of the burger with a traditional bun. I happened to be there the first day of the release of the burger with my friend Autumn (@bmprstkr76) and we were attempting to eat the burger and that bun just could not hold up to the meat and sauce. Right then and there Henry (@henrydevere) decided to make the change to the pretzel bun and it was in excellent change.
When most people think or hear about a prime rib burger most think a burger made from the prime rib cut of meat. That sounds delicious and all but not at de Vere’s. For this burger you get a nice juicy burger with carmelized onions and melted manchango cheese with horseradish mayo, then to put it over the top and make it a prime rib burger they top that burger with slices of prime rib and serve it with Au Jus. This is not just a couple of slices of prime rib but the equivalent of another burger on top of the good-sized burger. I think they have mad geniuses in the kitchen thinking of these flavor profiles.
The taste is great, I mean burger, cheese, carmelized onions, prime rib, mayo, pretzel bun do you see anything wrong with that list. My small complaints that can be easily fixed, with the size of the burger and prime rib, the horseradish mayo was a little weak. I was told they added more horseradish in later batches but mine was weak and hard to find on my burger. My suggestion is to request an extra side of the mayo with your burger (I always ask for more horseradish when I order prime rib too) that way you can add more to your burger. The Au Jus was a little watered down for me, I’m not sure if there wasn’t a lot of spices on the outside of the prime rib when they roasted it or they didn’t add any salt to the sauce but it needed more depth. I just added a little salt to my Au Jus and it was better.
The burger itself with the prime rib was excellent. I bit down and got a little smoky goodness from the carmelized onions then the rich prime rib and then juicy burger. Really really great, plus dipping this big burger into the Au Jus really made it juicy and flavorful. I first tried the traditional bun and it fell apart each time I dipped the burger but with the pretzel bun I had no problems and you shouldn’t either as they will be serving this burger with the pretzel bun.
Remember you can only get this the last two Thursdays of October for the Burger Thursday specials.
Go check out de Vere’s Irish Pub Burger Thursdays and let me know what you think."
de Vere’s Irish Pub 1521 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Hi there! My name is Jeremy and I am a dad, corporate/leadership trainer, and social media enthusiast that lives in Sacramento, CA. I enjoy partaking in the various great places and eats of Sacramento. I hope to create a space that will be useful to you as I go through my adventures through Sacramento and my various travels.
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Why order mimosas a la carte when you can keep refilling your glass yourself--with as much bubbly as you want? If you haven't noticed (or already abused) our bottomless bottle service, let us tell you: It's the best brunch-drinking deal in town. For just $10, you get unlimited bottles of champagne, plus carafes of OJ and cranberry juice. When you run out, just request another! It's perfect for groups, and pairs perfectly with both sweet and savory brunch foods. Come in, order your bottomless bottle service, and stay a while!
Each year, in Louisville, Kentucky, a two week long festival culminates in an epic thoroughbred horse race that is watched the world over. The Kentucky Derby, a Grade I stakes race, is ten furlongs or one and a quarter miles in length, and involves the fastest, top competing colts, geldings and fillies in the United States. Also touted the “Run for the Roses” since the winner is draped in a rosy blanket, this competition garners more spectators and bets than any other stakes race of its kind. This year, watch the “fastest two minutes in sports” at de Vere's Irish Pub, which will be hosting an unprecedented Derby Day event this year on Saturday, May 7th beginning at noon.
The pre-race festivities will include specials on Mint Juleps and Pimms Cups, which will start at only $5, as well as a big hat contest for the ladies!
You may have seen photographs of the old days when high society attended horse races as a matter of course, and all the well-to-do women would don extravagant lids, hoop skirts, and frilly dresses. So, classy gals, wear your hat that takes up the most real estate possible, and contend for to-be-announced prizes and glory! Don't have a big hat already? Try Sacramento City Dry Goods or the Village Hat Shop in Old Sacramento in an effort to support local businesses, something that de Vere's endeavors to do as well at every possible turn!
Mint Juleps proffered will be made with Woodford or Pure Kentucky bourbon, and our bartenders have been gearing up to make the best ones you've ever tasted. For more on the making of these drinks, check out these youtube.com videos:
The race itself will commence at 3pm and suspense will fill the pub as our patrons gather to witness history in the making. All will be on the edge of their bar stools, and from under the rim of their big hats, as they sip a well-constructed cocktail and cheer for their favorite thoroughbred, a new contender will strive ahead to become the new victor of the Kentucky Derby. De Vere's extends an invite to you, your friends and family to enjoy this annual race within the warmth of our family's pub.
For more information or to RSVP to this event, please visit the event page at: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=154826847910731
Week 1: Sunday May 1 – Saturday May 7
The Tostada Burger
Served on a lightly toasted, locally baked bun from The Grateful Bread, this freshly double ground beef burger is topped with a crispy tostada and corn pico de gallo salsa con queso. The burger itself sits on another layer of the house made salsa, a nice red tomato slice and another tostada layer to give it a great crunch. For an added kick, the buns are lightly spread with a made-from-scratch Serrano chili mayonnaise.
This burger is paired with a classic Corona beer during Cinco de Mayo week where de Vere’s will be celebrating the Batallón de San Patricio (aka Drinko de Mayo)