It is rare to find a quality restaurant that does all three meals in a day, and does them well. But at Provecho Grill offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner is all in a day’s work of excellence for Rosie and her staff.
The idea to serve a hearty breakfast seven days a week, actually came from, owner and head chef, Rosie O’Connor’s own happy memories of big family breakfasts at her house.
|The Chihuahua Stack and Bloody Mary|
Before opening Provecho Grill, every Saturday morning was something of a fiesta in Rosie’s home. Rosie started this joyous tradition, and would cook a giant buffet of breakfast favorites for over 20 of her friends and family members each Saturday, without fail.
Even more than cooking, Rosie loves to feed people! Standing in her open kitchen, with music playing, surrounded by happy people, she offers up heaping plates of French toast, scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, you name it she was making it.
These Saturday morning get-togethers are something Rosie holds dear to her heart. She knew that when she opened her restaurant she wanted to convey this same lively start to the day, not only on Saturdays but every day. And so, she does.
Walking in to Provecho you immediately feel at home, as though you were standing in Rosie’s own kitchen surrounded by friendly faces. Provecho is so clearly an extension of her actual home, and a labor of absolute love.
Combining classic American favorites like French toast and steak and eggs with the more traditional Mexican recipes like Huevos Rancheros and Chilaquiles, makes Provecho’s breakfast menu both comforting and unique.
The rather extensive list of offerings makes selecting just one item a little challenging, but of course Rosie herself will gladly recommend one of her personal favorites.
|Featured Breakfast: Mollete, Mexican Open Face Sandwich|
Another thing that keeps people coming back day after day is that the menu is never stagnant. While the printed version may stay the same, the features of the week change nearly every day.
Continually developing new recipes and trying dishes from all over Mexico, there is always something new on the menu. This month Rosie has found herself working a lot of Mexico City inspired street food into her kitchen.
These are items you won’t find anywhere else. Rosie says, “You can’t get food like this, except maybe if you crossed the border to Tijuana. Here we can offer our customers the same authentic flavors, and they won’t get their jewelry stolen.”
|Brunch and Bottomless Mimosas|
The weekends offer an enticing brunch special from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM both days, include fresh fruit, sweet pastries, an entree selection from the brunch menu, and bottomless mimosas for only $12.95. Or if you want to pair your bottomless mimosa with just a menu item, that’s an option too.
Combining Clamato, lime juice, spices, and your choice of beer, the Michilada has quickly become an early morning favorite. You can also find the classic Bloody Mary and Sangria on their breakfast beverage menu.
One of the most popular breakfast entrees is their humorous take on eggs, called Huevos Divorciados. Two fried eggs are split by a cool Chile Verde and a spicy Chile Colorado, kind of like the divorce of two opposing spouses.
|The Veggie Omelete|
If an omelet is more your style, be sure to try any one of their mouth watering recipes, perhaps the Chili Verde piled high with slow simmered pork and tomatillo sauce.
Try Rosie’s feature of the month, the Mollete. Essentially an open face Mexican Breakfast Sandwich topped with chorizo, scrambled eggs, potatoes, melted cheese, pico de gallo, and Mexican sour cream, the layers of flavor are nothing short of spectacular.
Because Provecho is privately owned and operated, they have the freedom to try new things and offer menu changes every day if they so wish. True to their promise, they always deliver fresh, authentic, amazing food.
26862 Cherry Hills Boulevard
Menifee, CA 92586
Monday - Friday, 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Brunch hours: Saturday - Sunday, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Website: Provecho Grill