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Park Bruges opened on Bryant Street in February 2011 with the goal of bringing the same energy, enthusiasm and good food to family-friendly Highland Park. Some have termed it a cousin to Point Brugge, rather than an identical twin.What makes point Brugge café so special?
Point Brugge Café opened in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Pittsburgh’s East End in January 2005. Its Belgian-inspired cuisine, fresh ingredients and reasonable pricing made it an instant hit with the neighborhood and beyond. Point Brugge is consistently rated one of the top restaurants in the area by major publications and social media sites.What's on the menu at the Bruges restaurant?
Dinner Menu 1 Classic - Bruges Frites, stock gravy, cheese curds $12 2 Shortrib - Bruges Frites, stock gravy, cheese curds, pickled peppers $ 15 $ 13 Macaroni & Cheese Rich blend of gouda and white cheddar $ 13 $ 17 Crab Cakes ... 3 Classic Version – gruyere, rosemary ham, crème fraiche, caramelized onions $15Is Park Bruges good for brunch take-out?
Weekend brunch take-out at Park Bruges was honestly disappointing compared to our expectations. Ordering by phone at open was easy and we were quoted a 15 minute wait. We arrived on time for pickup and the name was spelled incorrectly and we had to wait for an additional 5-10 minutes until it was ready.