Robert Thompson's Argyll, in the old Squealing Pig space at 2700 East Third Avenue, made its debut on April 30 with a slow roll-out. First there were dinners. Then, a few days later, lunch service was added. And this Saturday, Thompson and his crew will add two more services to the schedule with the start of weekend brunches.
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Argyll calls itself a gastropub, and is a seriously UK'd version of one, offering "Celtic oysters," English-pea salad and "Yorkshire" burgers at lunch; Scotch eggs, crisps, kebabs and hanger steaks at dinner. But the brunch menu has some all-American favorites, too: raw oysters, artichoke quiche, spinach strata and, of course, three-dollar mimosas.