Your Classic Breakfast Menu Gets Redefined at EATS

Different Yolks for Different Folks

EATS Kitchen & Bar Hotel Irvine | 17900 Jamboree Rd. Irvine, CA 92614


hether you’re a local of Orange County or a guest at Hotel Irvine, EATS Kitchen & Bar is the place to be for brunch. Vacation vibes from home? Sign us up! We invite you to press pause on your daily grind to relax and taste Executive Chef Moore’s modern California cuisine that fosters a commitment to farm-to-table kitchen values. Boasting a vibrant menu of classic favorites and contemporary twists, like their vegan So Cal Benedict (mushroom bacon anyone?), Avocado Toast and Orange Blossom French Toast, we’re sure you’ll be calling this place home away from home in no time.

Executive Chef Jeff Moore’s cooking style highlights the highest quality seasonal products while promoting local sustainability through the contributions of local vendors and producers. With Moore’s distinguished culinary expertise developing numerous honors and accolades, you know that nothing short of delicious will grace your plate, inevitably prompting a photo-op. #sautemagazine #hotelirvine #eatskitchen

“EATS Kitchen & Bar will continue to flourish as one of the places to dine in Orange County.” – General Manager Jeroen Quint, Hotel Irvine

Eggs Benedict is definitely one of our go-to breakfast items, but Moore takes a contemporary spin on this classic dish, and it stacks up against the rest — even without the use of animal products! Th e So Cal Benedict is a vegan dish, plated with an English muffin topped with sweet and savory mushroom bacon, sautéed kale, pepita seeds and a scoop of luscious avocado; all smothered in a creamy vegan Hollandaise sauce. Pair this beauty with a Bloody Mary and alfresco ambiance during Indian summer months for the ultimate getaway dining experience right in your own back yard. Looking for something a little lighter? Another one of Moore’s seasonal menu items is the Avocado Toast, featuring a fresh slice of sourdough spread with smooth avocado, topped with roasted poblano, grilled corn, pepitas, scallion-cilantro crema, cherry tomato and Cotija cheese. If you’re looking for a little yolk drip action, go big and be sure to add that fresh egg sunny-side up.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, try the Orange Blossom French Toast, it’s a great dish that off ers the perfect balance of sweetness that won’t leave you feeling like it’s nap time. Imagine thick, fluffy slices of Challah bread topped with poached rhubarb and strawberry, sprinkled with pistachios. Swoosh that perfect bite through a dollop of sweet mascarpone cream on the side and you’ll find yourself finishing more than you thought you could handle — it just tastes so good!

The brunch game is strong right now and EATS offers us a wake-up call with a compelling menu that has us figuring out how to work them into our weekly routine after Pilates.

What’s On the Menu


Orange Blossom French Toast: Challah bread, Mascarpone sweet cream, poached rhubarb & strawberry, pistachio Avocado Toast

Avocado Toast: Toasted poblano, grilled corn, pepitas, scallion-cilantro crema, cherry tomato, Cotija cheese, Sourdough

So Cal Benedict: Sautéed kale, mushroom bacon, pepita seeds, avocado, “Hollandaise”

$8 Bottomless Mimosas and $14 Build-Your-Own Bloody Marys

EATS Kitchen & Bar Hotel Irvine | 17900 Jamboree Rd. Irvine, CA 92614 | 949.225.6780

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