Commonwealth offers a two-tiered bottomless package, but unlike most such deals, the standard option still offers plenty of variety, with margaritas, palomas, and an assortment of canned options joining classic mimosas on the $25 line. Of course, given that the premium option unlocks nearly the entire cocktail menu, it's not hard to get your $40 worth.
Even the most "can I have a box?" among us finished our meals, which may say something about the portion size, but it's more than a fair trade for entrees that no one complained about and topped out at $18.
Our server had none of the usual hangups about serving each of us a second beverage while we still had full ones on the table, which certainly extended our stay, and adroitly handled our standard bevy of menu substitutions.
The water served in Milagro tequila bottles is an amusing, if occasionally confusing, touch that nicely complements the colorful interior, and with three floors tightly packed in the rustic row-house, it's a comfortably snug feel.
A single mimosa option's all that's on offer, but with saffron and some other mystery ingredients it doesn't get tiresome, and just as importantly, it's included with a brunch entree for the low, low price of $32.
Four flavors are on offer, and even delivered in a pre-set, tasting menu order, but they start syrupy and somehow get worse.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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