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It may have been muy frío this weekend, but next Sunday is looking warmer, which is all the more reason to brunch alfresco. And just time, Barsa has not only has a new brunch menu but an improved courtyard. Bonus: they have heat lamps and plan to install a fire pit soon should the temperatures dip again. 

Better known for its Spanish tapas, Barsa upgraded their outdoor dining with a fenced in space that’s enclosed with vines and decorated with red patio furniture. You can make yourself at home there from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.  

Executive Chef Cole Poolaw’s new menu is below with one change: the Benedict will now be creamed kale and the smoked pork loin will be on a biscuit. 

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