The environment outside of Storyhill seemingly reflects the vibe within Storyhill, along with warm and friendly employees and fresh dishes. There is a bar area and store for anyone looking to purchase or consume adult beverages, and this staple of Storyhill is noticeable through the menu that provides a gamut of drinks to choose from and a lengthy Happy Hour (2 to 5 p.m.) Opening at 9 a.m. during the weekend and 11 a.m. during the week, Storyhill offers weekend brunch including crepes of the day, flatbreads and frittata for families, friends and fun people. Their pricing is somewhat reasonable ($6 crepes, $8 for eggs, toast and a side of meat) and seems to be a legit place for coffee and brunch for two. To be safe, just bring at least 20 bucks if you plan to have a drink with your meal.
My favorite part about Storyhill is being able to see the chefs prepare food in front of customers near the bar area. A lot of places section off their cooks and chefs from the customers, but I think the see-through glass and open-floor concept allows people to interact with the chefs, something me and my guest opted to do a few times. My House special crepe, which was loaded with quark (assortment of meats including smoked berkshire, baby kale, among others) was fanciful and fulfilling. The presentation of food made for an even better breakfast and allowed me to appreciate the chefs' work. Overall, Storyhill BKC distinguishes itself with its wide degree of entrees available and upscale, yet comforting venue. If you are looking for a place to eat this winter break, look right around the corner for cultured cuisine at Storyhill BKC.
Overall Rating: 9.5/10
- Storyhill allows customers to fill out cards describing their experience
- You get a Storyhill sticker after eating there!