Get Hyped for Brunch with the Feast Staff's Warm-up Playlist

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If you find yourself struggling to put together an appropriate soundtrack for your Sunday brunches, the cooks at San Antonio's Feast (1024 S. Alamo St.) have come to your rescue with their personalized playlist. The bulk of the playlist is held down by System of a Down's timeless 2001 masterpiece "Toxicity." The politically charged lyrics of songs like 'Aerials' and 'Shimmy' will be sure to add some new meaning to those eggs Benedict you ordered.

The staff also made sure to include 'Sunday Bloody Sunday' by U2, 'Sunday Morning' by Lou Reed, and 'Sunday Morning Coming Down' by Johnny Cash, that way you don't for one second forget which day your brunch is supposed to take place on.



The playlist is rounded out by the instant classic 'I Don't Fuck With You' by Big Sean and E-40. This is the perfect anthem for your early afternoon meal, because after all, isn't brunching with friends and family just a public assertion of who we do and do not fuck with? 




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