West Seattle food note: The Bohemian postpones brunch plan

We reported last month that The Bohemian was going to launch Jazz Sunday Brunch as of tomorrow. Just got a note from proprietor/chef Jason Todd Rice that the plan’s on the back burner now: “I would like to extend my apology for our decision to cancel our plans for Sunday brunch service. I feel very strongly that we are not ready to do it and do it right. Our original plan was to start with coffee & pastries during the day and the bar & supper service at night. We would then expand as we were able … After six weeks of our current operations, we have been SO pleasantly surprised at the enthusiasm of our guests and the community; and the volume of business has been incredible! As we are not a big corporate business, with extensive resources in personnel and budget, we are doing our best to ‘walk before we run…’ As soon as we feel that we have our current operation running at maximum efficiency and providing our guests with the best service and product possible, we will be evolving our concept and operation to the next level.”

1 Reply to "West Seattle food note: The Bohemian postpones brunch plan"

  • Ray West December 6, 2008 (6:17 am)

    The Bohemian is fantastic. I dragged a friend there expecting a typical coffee shop with basic food items, but we were overwhelmed by the superb menu, affordable prices, and the great music, too. I can’t wait for the Sunday Jazz Bruch to start, and I’m hoping they’ll add some lunch options as well. This place is a real asset for West Seattle diners.

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