I love getting together with the Bitches. So when when our head Bitch, Cori Sue, came to town for the weekend, we made it an event! Cori Sue and Amber, our resident Social Bitch, had the chance to experience dinner at the Hampton Social when it first opened. They loved it so much, they knew they had to try brunch! Being brunching Bitches, we were lucky enough to be invited to try Hampton Social’s brunch menu, and, of course, took them up on their offer.
As a trio, we decided to order a couple of apps to share before delving into our main entrees. We selected the crab cakes, deviled eggs, and monkey bread.
As expected, the Hampton Social is at its core a seafood restaurant, serving oysters, an entire selection of dishes made with lobster, and all sorts of delicious appetizers like calamari and tuna tartare. Our deviled eggs arrived with lobster, providing an upgrade to the standard deviled egg. Oh, and they were delicious.
When it came to entrees for brunch, I personally had a hard time choosing. There were so many entrees to choose from but the apps were a good indication that no matter what I tried, I couldn’t really go wrong. I ended up opting for something healthy: the quinoa salad. The dish had quinoa, arugula, tomatoes, red onions, and feta with a fried egg on top. Oh my, this Bitch was elated with her decision! The dish was absolutely delicious. It was clean yet filling, flavorful yet light. I loved everything about it and really recommend you try it—seriously, it was that good.
Amber opted for the Harbor sandwich. The classic breakfast sandwich had sharp cheddar, scrambled eggs, and veggies on a little croissant. Amber said it was what you’d expect a breakfast sandwich to be but by it being on a petite croissant, it made it manageable to eat. Win!
The Bitches say A. The interior takes you away from the city life and to the seashore—and offers some great seafood, too.
The Hampton Social
353 W Hubbard St.,
Hampton Social serves brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.