Just five months after opening, Flambée Cafe is expanding its hours to host Sunday brunch.

The new restaurant from the owners of Bistro Byronz will start serving Sunday brunch on Oct. 29. Brunch hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For brunch, Flambée Cafe will serve new French inspired dishes (expect a few sweet and savory items) as well as craft cocktails.

"When the demand for brunch became increasingly strong, we saw the opportunity to expand our concept and please our loyal customers," chief operating officer Brock Kantrow said in a press release.

The brunch menu features many of the restaurant's signature items, such as thin crust tarte flambées and open faced tartines. Some brunch-specific items include the Petite Dejuener Flambée, with eggs, cheese, bacon and onions; the Croque Mad-Ham-Oiselle Tartine, an open-faced sandwich with fire-braised ham, a French-fired egg and bacon mornay; and the Cinnful Bun, an oven-fired cinnamon roll drizzled with homemade icing.

Brunch isn't the only bit of news for this new restaurant. Emelie Kantrow Alton, the CEO of the Byronz Restaurant Family, said in the release that the group is "continuing to let the concept grow organically and are even in the process of creating a catering menu that will include some of our most loved dishes."

For more information on Flambée Cafe, visit flambeecafe.com or call (225) 960-1100.

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