With three flavors, including an innovative guava, you won't be bored, and at $35 for drinks and both an appetizer and a main course, you won't be bankrupt, either.
Getting the appetizer (you can have calamari! for brunch!) and a main course qualifies as a brunch bargain, although the servings are a little inflated by generous side salad portions -- we aren't salad people.
Our server was quick to realize that oft-replenished carafes would make life easier than individual refills, and we got our "last" one often enough to leave a noon reservation sometime around 4.
This was our first indoor brunch in we-don't-want-to-do-the-math, and we're quite happy to return to interior brick walls, chalkboard menu displays, circular tables, decade-old Spotify playlists, and of course, air conditioning.
When an opportunity to drink Aperol spritzes all afternoon presents itself, we've gotta take it, even if deep down we suspect they weren't that strong.
You're dining at a club, so temper your expectations accordingly. Still, it's hard to go wrong with classic American food.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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