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Breakfast Arrives at the Wharf’s Music-Friendly Diner

Pearl Street Warehouse courts early risers with pastries, eggs, and more



The American Plate at Pearl Street Warehouse.
Photo by Joy Asico for Pearl Street Warehouse

Wharf music hall Pearl Street Warehouse brings more dining options to Southwest Thursday, November 16, rolling out a promised breakfast menu featuring traditional fare.

The new offerings, which are available from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., Tuesday through Sunday, include: rotating pastries ($3 each), biscuits and gravy ($8), a bagel topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers ($12), and an “American Plate” ($13) composed of eggs, choice of meat (sausage, ham, or bacon), tater tots, and bread. Assorted beverages, including coffee, milk, and orange juice, are $3 each. The prices are more budget-friendly than the breakfast served at neighboring hotel restaurant, Kith and Kin.

Pearl Street Warehouse (33 Pearl Street SW) was one of the few establishments actually up and running on the waterfront’s long-awaited opening weekend, but it debuted, like many others, with limited food service. Management tells Eater that a house burger has been well received. And the fledgling eatery is working on building a devoted following by incorporating happy hour deals from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursdays, and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Scroll down to see some of the expanded menu items.

The smoked salmon bagel at Pearl Street Warehouse.
Photo by Joy Asico for Pearl Street Warehouse
Assorted breakfast offerings at Pearl Street Warehouse.
Photo by Joy Asico for Pearl Street Warehouse
The Drug Store Burger at Pearl Street Warehouse.
Photo by Joy Asico for Pearl Street Warehouse
A cocktail at Pearl Street Warehouse.
Photo by Joy Asico for Pearl Street Warehouse

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