Given that the entrees cap out at $15, you're effectively paying at least $30 for drinks as part of the $45 ($50 on Saturdays) inclusive bottomless deal. The mimosas are strong, but at that price, you need better add-ons more than a sugary margarita
The typical Mexican fare is entirely unmemorable, and for the expensive all-inclusive price, you'd think chips and salsa wouldn't cost extra.
Our server was very keen on us leaving our table in time to squeeze in another party of brunch revenue, but then left our credit card untouched for 15 minutes. At least that gave us time to finish one last pitcher of mimosa and, hey, it's the drink service we're really here for.
The party brunch scene at 1:30 (p.m.) on a Sunday is a unique vibe. But the rooftop's a little too obviously Instagrammable, and the charm wears off after sitting a few hours in El Techo's very uncomfortable seats.
Penn Quarter, Chinatown
The bottomless deal's spruced up with bellinis and the always-dangerous rosé, and we'll never complain about the control over champagne levels that leaving mimosa construction to us provides.
Eastern Market, Capitol Hill
You probably don't usually have spaghetti carbonara for brunch, but you should make an exception here. If you're not feeling quite that frisky, the mainstays still acquit themselves well.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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