What brings Mexico and China together? You could start with the Spanish galleons that first sailed the Pacific in 1565 in the reign of King Philip II. Along with the lucrative trade in silk and silver, they brought Asian spices and fruit to Mexico, and New World peppers to the Middle Kingdom of China. They also brought the legend of an Asian girl kidnapped by pirates and shipped to Mexico, known as La China Poblana. Because eating only two meals a day at China Poblano is clearly not sufficient, we are excited to announce our new brunch menu. We will now open at 10 AM Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and serve a new selection of breakfast dishes along with a selection of our lunch and dinner favorites. And don’t miss our China Poblano version of the Bloody Mary, the María Sangrienta, plus other brunch cocktails.