Bringing the flavors of Baja to Chula Vista, El Cruce + 241 is South San Diego County’s first wholly devoted Baja taproom, kitchen, and wine bar. With an array of Baja beers, wines, and bites, the South Bay destination will now cater to the morning crowd with the launch of weekend brunch service beginning Saturday, March 6th and Sunday, March 7th. Brunch aficionados will be able to enjoy savory morning dishes every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
El Cruce’s new executive chef, Charleen Sandoval, is at the helm of the kitchen dishing up noteworthy selections such as the Enfrijoladas, black bean enfrijoladas with lamb chorizo, scrambled eggs, and cotija cheese, the Birria de Borrego, slow braised lamb in broth served alongside fresh corn tortillas, and the Chilaquiles de Chile Morita, which are served with tomato and chile morita sauce and topped with a fried egg. Guests can elevate their brunch aesthetic with perfectly paired Baja beers and wines, including newly added selections from Cerveza Loba as well as a medley of rosé wines from Valle de Guadalupe wineries.