Fortunately, Humphreys Sunday Brunch has enough plant based food to permit you to arrange your plates with a rainbow of colors. However, the restaurant can improve by labeling items “vegan” so you don’t have to keep asking questions. I already suggested to them that they do so, but they didn’t, so more people should vegan-town this popular after-church brunch until it gets the message. (I don’t go to church, but I observed church ladies both times I visited, including one with a fan.)
Here’s what they’ve got that’s purportedly vegan: Steamed veggies, rice, guacamole, chips, breakfast potatoes, salad and vinaigrette, raw veggies, fruit, berries, sorbet.
Their pasta isn’t vegan, which is sad. I never really found out if their bread or bagels were vegan, but a lot of it looks like it should be. I didn’t ask if the champagne in the bottomless mimosas was vegan. My research only allowed me to ask the waitresses as many questions as I could while they briefly paused.
Well, I must say I’m really proud of myself for winning these gift certificates. It was the first time I won on the KSON Christmas Match Game and really fun. I hope I win more Shelter Island restaurant gift certificates so I can force myself to plan some beach time. It’s cool.