From the outside, Rosebud Kitchen already portrays the traditional American diner, sporting a trailer with a retro sign on top. Unbeknownst to outsiders, it also expands into a connected building, and has patio seating for warmer months. The interior is dressed with rich luxurious leather booths and chairs, a beautiful bar, and personalized mugs, table mats, etc. The ambiance alone would make anyone book a reservation for the next available seating.
Rosebud Kitchen is open for brunch on the weekends, lunch on Friday, and dinner everyday.
The picture above was the Croque Madame off of their brunch menu, and it was heavenly. Toasted bread with béchamel, mustard, ham, gruyere cheese, and an egg. Talk about decadence on a plate! The béchamel is creamy and combines with the tangy mustard. The gruyere cheese has a nutty salty flavor that pairs well with the slightly sweet ham, and the egg oozes all over the sandwich when you cut into it. This meal is perfect for a cold winter Sunday and will stick to your ribs!
I have also been to Rosebud’s for dinner where I had the grilled swordfish served with butternut squash, mushroom & parmesan risotto, which was also delicious. The swordfish cut like butter and the risotto was a perfect balance from the added saltiness of the parmesan and sweet butternut squash.
Rosebud’s is definitely a place I will return to time and time again. Check out their wonderful menu here and then make a reservation ASAP.