12 Days of Giveaways, Astoria, Brunch, Free, Giveaways, Restaurants Dec 12, 2011 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 5: Brunch for 2 at Bear 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 5 – Brunch for 2 at Bear Share this Scoop by Judith Rich total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 5 – Brunch for 2 at Bear by Judith Rich Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops Bear Dinner Special for We Heart Astoria Readers We Heart New Winter Eats at Bear 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 5 Winner Almost halfway into our 12 Days of Giveaways, we’d love to start your week off by getting you excited for the weekend. That’s why our 5th prize offers a fantastic brunch for 2 at the new Bear restaurant. For some of you who haven’t yet been, this place is like no other in Astoria. Think hearty, authentic Russian cuisine with an ultra sophisticated twist. You’ll be in great company as Chef Natasha, works her magic in the kitchen, creating inventive brunch specialties such as scallops and eggs; a pot of sausage, potato and a poached egg; The Grizzly Burger and more. Image by Bear Restaurant To enter, tell us about the dish on Bear’s new brunch menu that you’re dying to try and why. You have until Wednesday to play and we’ll announce a winner on Thursday morning. Please make sure to put your email in the comments so we can contact you pronto. Good luck…your Russian gastronomic adventure awaits! Twitter Facebook Email Print 12 Days of Giveawaysastoria restaurantbear restaurantbrunch for 2brunch giveawayrussian food Related scoops Bear Dinner Special for We Heart Astoria Readers We Heart New Winter Eats at Bear 12 Days of Giveaways, Day 5 Winner 38 Comments Alex December 14th, 2011 The Pot of Sausage , Potato, and Poached egg sounds delicious. Kittson December 14th, 2011 Scallops and eggs sounds amazing – really decadent. Andrea December 14th, 2011 Rabbit fettuccini – because I’ve never had rabbit! Alexandra December 14th, 2011 Rabbit Fettucini, because pasta is the true hangover cure, and game meats are vital to restoring your strength, or in the case of rabbit, your amazing agility, energy, and ineffable libido. Jason December 14th, 2011 Rabbit Fettuccini. Never had rabbit. Lisa December 14th, 2011 Before I even glanced at the menu, the above photo made me salivate. I love, LOVE Russian cuisine and this time of year, who wouldn’t want to stuff themselves with something warm and hearty from Bear? Lindsay December 13th, 2011 Scallops and Eggs. Where else are you going to find this?!?! Josh December 13th, 2011 The post of sausage, potato and poached eggs sounds pretty awesome. Tammy December 13th, 2011 The everything egg omelet sounds awesome! Everything in one omelet is a great idea. Kimberly December 13th, 2011 The Scallops & Eggs sound amazing – seafood is an unexpected brunch item for me but I’d really love to try this dish! Alaina December 12th, 2011 I would go for the scallop omelet. I love scallops but never thought of having them for breakfast let alone in an omelet. So creative and so intriguing! I am very excited about Bear! Ali - YumVeggieBurger December 12th, 2011 mmm, I’m a sucker for french toast… but those omelets sound really good too! Mark December 12th, 2011 The scottish eggs sound great. Alex D December 12th, 2011 The Scottish Eggs sound intriguing Eileen Diskin December 12th, 2011 I’m eager to try the Rabbit Fettuccini. Ever since M. Wells left us, I’ve been hankering for an eclectic menu option. This sounds like just the ticket. Alaina December 12th, 2011 The scallops and eggs. I love scallops dearly and have never thought of having them for breakfast let alone in an omelet. Very intriguing option. Daniel Rios December 12th, 2011 I always like Scotch eggs, but branching out, I’d have to try the rabbit fettuccini. Intriguing. Melissa December 12th, 2011 My husband and I have been meaning to get to Bear. The rabbit fetticine sounds delicious. Katie December 12th, 2011 Oh so hard to just choose one! I think maybe the grilled cheese would be my top choice. Or the burger. Great now I’m hungry lol. Jill December 12th, 2011 The pot of sausage, potato, and poached egg! It’s everything I love in one convenient pot. Julia December 12th, 2011 the rabbit fettuccini sounds very tasty! Carrie December 12th, 2011 Scotch eggs! They are crazy-delicious and hard to find. Katie December 12th, 2011 The everything egg breakfast sounds delicious!Probably a bit overwhelming with the amount of food. I’d love to just see it. brandi December 12th, 2011 the everything egg breakfast looks deliciously perfect…especially if its along side a few mimosas and advil. :) Rachel December 12th, 2011 Everything Egg Breakfast – sounds amazing! Martha December 12th, 2011 Usually I go with Eggs Benedict, but I think Pot of Sausage , Potato, and Poached egg would be even better! Vanessa December 12th, 2011 The rabbit fettucini, for sure! I adore rabbit and you almost never find it on a menu. Jennifer December 12th, 2011 So many things sound delicious on the menu; it’s difficult to choose. I’m going to say the rabbit fettuccini because I have never tried rabbit and would like to, and I think a light white wine sauce will both complement the rabbit and keep the dish from being too heavy as a brunch dish. Although the everything egg breakfast sounds intriguing too! Kat4a December 12th, 2011 I hope I don’t win…How will I ever choose one thing from this delicious-looking menu?! Vicki December 12th, 2011 Everything Egg breakfast (and my partner will get the Pot of Sausage so I can taste both)! Chelsea December 12th, 2011 Everything sounds so good, but I can’t wait to try the Pot of Sausage! Jen Makulowich December 12th, 2011 Everything Egg Breakfast?? Can’t go wrong with that! Maria Castro December 12th, 2011 Steamed mussels and fries!! great option for comfort food for winter!! warm deliciousness for the tummy! Aryn December 12th, 2011 That goat cheese frittata sounds delish! Bella December 12th, 2011 French toast with apricot jam, pears, AND honey?! Who could resist wanting to try that? Carrie December 12th, 2011 Holy Yumtowne! I have to try the rabbit fettucine and although I make the best short ribs, I like to try my competition! Jhani December 12th, 2011 Grilled Cheese, duh! SARAH December 12th, 2011 pot of sausage Comments are closed.