This New Years Eve, kick off 2023 at Georgia’s Restaurants in Anaheim and Long Beach
Make your last meal of 2022 memorable and set the stage for a prosperous New Year! Did you know that in the South, Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens symbolize wealth?
Even folks who aren’t from the South go all in on eating a New Year’s Eve Prosperity Meal featuring Black-Eyed Peas, Leafy Collard Greens and Cornbread for good luck on New Year’s Eve, giving you everything you need to welcome wealth: Pennies, Dollars & Gold.
Georgia’s Restaurant at the Anaheim Packing House will be open on New Year’s Eve, Saturday, December 31st, 2022, from 11:00 am to 9:30 pm; 440 South Anaheim Boulevard #209A, Anaheim, CA 92805; 714.906.1900; www.Georgias-Restaurant.com
Georgia’s Restaurant at the Long Beach Exchange will be open on New Year’s Eve, Saturday, December 31st, 2022,from 11:00 am to 8:30 pm; 4101 McGowen Street, Suite 155, Long Beach, CA 92630; 562.420.5637; www.Georgias-Restaurant.com
NEW YEAR’S EVE DAY – GEORGIA’S RESTAURANT AT THE LONG BEACH EXCHANGE:
Come celebrate New Year’s Day with a Boozy Brunch at Georgia’s Restaurant at the Long Beach Exchange as they are kicking-off 2023 with a bang and serving up a Southern “Soul-delicious”
Brunch all day long!
Share savories such as the Fried Egg Sandwich, with choice of cooked egg, mayonnaise and bacon, the Sausage, Bacon and Eggs served with blackened country potatoes and toast, or Co-Owner Nika Shoemaker-Machado’s personal favorite, the hearty Steak and Eggs, featuring top sirloin steak and a side of blackened country potatoes.
For those that love a sweet start to their day, there is Grilled French Toast made the old-fashioned way and topped with powdered sugar and strawberries, theCinnamon Apple Waffle topped with warm sautéed apples in a finger-licking cinnamon syrup, and a dollop of whipped cream.
Alternatively, guests can also have the best of both the sweet and savory worlds with the Chicken and Waffles, which stars Georgia’s signature fried chicken, a process that begins with Co-Owner Marlon Machado’s Brazilian buttermilk brine and ends with a seasoned crispy cornmeal crust courtesy of Nana Gretchen’s very own grandmother, served on a Belgian waffle with creamy honey butter, and maple syrup.
Soul-delicious Southern staples also include the Fish & Grits featuring Creole seasoned cornmeal crusted fried catfish, or the classic Shrimp & Grits made with Creole seasoned shrimp over a bed of savory grits.
Get festive with the vegetarian friendly Mardi Gras Omelet, featuring green and red bell peppers, onions, and cheese, indulge Georgia’s new Eggs Benedict.
A selection of thirst-quenching Beverages is also available and what libation is more appropriate at Brunch than a bright and bubbly Mimosa? Georgia’s Restaurant also features Signature Peach and Seasonal Sangria, Red Wine andWhite Wine by the glass or bottle, and craft bottled Beer to complement each dish. For those looking for a more full-bodied beverage, the Bloody Mary ought to do the trick.
Georgia’s Restaurant at the Long Beach Exchange will be open and serving their New Year’s Day Boozy Brunch on Sunday, January 1st , 2023, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and they will serving their signature menu from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm; 4104 McGowen Street, Suite 155, Long Beach, CA 92630; 562.420.5637; www.Georgias-Restaurant.com