At $25, we'd prefer an option besides a classic mimosa, but the champagne-to-juice ratio is favorable and they're served in real glasses rather than flutes, so you receive a bit more with each refill. If only we'd gotten more of them.
Classic brunch items are on offer and quite generously portioned, but if you're into beach-adjacent animals, we'd endorse switching over to the main menu and taking advantage of Hank's classics like an oyster or shrimp po'boy and a crab cake sandwich.
We feel a bit bad about the score here, since our server really was quite friendly and even closed things out with several plates of complementary chocolate, but our glasses sat empty for ten minutes at a time, and there wasn't a last call so much as a dawning realization we'd already been served our final glass.
Hank's leans into its seafaring ways from the get-go, starting things off with a few plates of Goldfish, and the walls are replete with nautical art. We were surrounded by more babies than fellow brunchers, though, giving the afternoon a more wholesome feel than usual.
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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