Brunch and Sisterhood

After the immensely successful and inspiring Women’s March

in Downtown Tucson last Saturday, Karyn Zoldan and I went to Agustin Kitchen.

I hadn’t been there since the new owner, Sally Kane, took over so I was looking forward to checking in out.

Weirdly, we were told we couldn’t be seated right away in spite of empty tables. The explanation was a little odd in that they seat everyone at once every fifteen minutes because that way is easier on the kitchen. That made no sense to us after all; we figured, if we were seated we would most likely order a cocktail or wine or something.

Oh well, we were seated in due time.

We each ordered a mimosa. Karyn had the breakfast salad and I went with the eggs Benedict with ham (there are two other styles).

Apparently we weren’t the only marchers with the same idea. The place began to fill up with people from the march; their pussy hats were hard to miss.

The mimosas were the perfect celebratory drink and our meals were done well and delicious.

I want to return for lunch or dinner soon.