We unfortunately can't rate the mimosas, since Agua's unusually restrictive and doesn't let you switch between drinks, but at $15 for bottomless sangria, we'll take it.
For a brunch menu that tops out at a $16 crab cake benedict, you'll leave impressively full (the complimentary chips and salsa doesn't hurt), with a bevy of both traditional brunch and Mexican options to choose from.
Our server came this close to securing us another round of sangria at 3pm, and cheerily handled all our requests in the three hours before that.
Given its waterfront location, Agua's patio is the real draw, but as the date of this review might suggest, we opted for the air-conditioning. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the interior, while generally pleasant, is largely unmemorable.
Penn Quarter, Chinatown
The $45 charge for bottomless drinks alone is a dollar more than the entire Ambar experience (and, notably, $10 more than the price listed on Dirty Habit's website), so things weren't looking good for this score the moment we got the menu.
Logan Circle, 14th Street
Despite the $29 bottomless price, you're limited to orange and cranberry options, but fortunately the mimosas are light on the juice
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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