You can order classic breakfast and brunch fare on Saturdays and Sundays or order off the lunch menu. Either way, this in-house baked walnut crusted maple brownie makes for a fine finisher.

Courtesy Nox

The new brunch menu at Nox Kitchen + Cocktails adds breakfast comfort foods to the restaurant’s Asian-Latin fusion menu.

The restaurant, 6370 N. Campbell Ave., opened in February. On Saturday, it dished up brunch options for the first time. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, diners can order from the regular lunch menu or opt for brunch.

Beyond traditional breakfast fare, menu highlights include blueberry ginger pancakes served with blueberry butter and maple syrup or granola-crusted French toast accompanied by raspberry and mango compote, mascarpone and maple syrup. For those who prefer the savory side of dining, Nox has an omelet garnished with farm-fresh foods and chicken or chorizo chilaquiles with cheeses, avocado and salsa, said bar manager James Diedrich.

Drink specials such as the house bloody mary and several cocktails are named for the owners. The menu also features bottomless mimosas for $16 with the purchase of food.