Talk about gearing up for Valentine’s Day!
This Saturday (February 5), The Tennessee Tease Burlesque will be performing along with a magician at the Powerhouse.
How does this relate to eating in Oxford? Well, you can purchase a general admission ticket for $10, or you can get a VIP pass for $15 and enjoy the opening reception (hosted by the Young Professionals of Oxford) from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., which includes a drink, appetizers from Waltz on The Square, special front-row seating during the performance and a chocolate tasting from Holli’s Sweet Tooth.
There will also be a raffle to win gift certificates for Waltz on The Square and Holli’s Sweet Tooth along with bottles of Sweet Sunset chocolate wine.
The show starts at 8:00 p.m. and all proceeds benefit Oxford Medical Ministries. Tickets are available at the event or by contacting Lauren at 205-492-1943.
I love it when I find out another restaurant has opened its doors for Sunday brunch–especially when they plan to offer a delectable lineup of menu items.
Waltz on the Square has just begun offering Sunday brunch from 11 to 3 and staff members say they’ll continue to do so as long as they feel they’re filling a need.
Some of the offerings on the brunch menu include:
- A veggie plate with choice of 2 or 4 of the following items: pasta; green beans; mushrooms; squash; bruschetta; deviled eggs; salad; macaroni and cheese
- Bacon and cheddar scrambler
- Turkey sandwich on croissant
- Grilled salmon (when available)
- 8 oz. filet or rib eye
- Fried chicken with macaroni and cheese
- Four-cheese lasagna
- Shrimp Alfredo
- Club salad with fried chicken
- Waltz burger
UPDATE 1/22: The Waltz menu has changed (including brunch) and does not include the above items. See this updated post for a sneak peek of the new menu.
Have you tried the brunch? Let us know what you think by commenting here or emailing email@example.com.
When you’re looking for a way to wind down after work, I highly recommend stopping in to Waltz on the Square (waltzonthesquare.com) for its cheese plate appetizer (perhaps paired with a nice glass of wine?).
The cheeses offered by Waltz change periodically, but during my last visit, the trio included a caramelized onion cheddar, Gouda and elderberry wine variety. They arrived accompanied by blueberry “yum yum” (jam); spicy pecans; and crostinis topped with prosciutto. It’s enough for two to share, but delicious enough to eat all on your own as well!