The press release goes into a bit more detail:
Indulge in a hangtown benedict that pays homage to the original gold seekers “forty-niners” during a time when oysters and eggs were silver and gold. The hangtown is made with their house made biscuits, topped with fried oysters dusted in semolina durum wheat flour, house cured and smoked bacon and hollandaise. For a taste of sweetness, their bourbon challah french toast features challah from Marla Bakery, seasonal fruit compote, real maple syrup. Their rice dish comes with slow cooked “onsen” eggs served in dashi and the guests’ choice of roasted Llano Seco pork belly, Marin Sun Farms chicken thigh or Namu farm vegetable tempura. And there’s nothing better than eggs on toast–their egg sandwich takes care of that craving!
What’s a great pairing for these goodies? Namu Gaji has created a bloody mary, made with heirloom tomatoes from their Namu Farm, two shots of soju, and pickled Namu farm veggies.