Brunch is a bit of an afterthought here, so an orange juice mimosa is the only choice on offer (for a steep $25), and sadly, the champagne is, too.
On the other hand, the three-course brunch arrangement is well worth your thirty bucks — there's an obligatory omelette option, but we recommend going straight for one of the many Brazilian meat selections, which are hefty enough to leave you a bit overwhelmed when the dessert arrives shortly thereafter.
Mimosa service is a bit slow at first, which is unfortunate since even the (very good!) first course takes its time to arrive. Things did pick up toward the end of, and well beyond, the stated hour-and-a-half limit, although unfortunately our appetite for flutes of orange juice had dimmed considerably by the third course.
The Grill eventually reached a full lunch room, although as far as we could tell, our table was the only one opting for the bottomless drink option. The interior's nicely adorned, but the hushed serenity feels almost haunting.
A varied selection of a few omelettes, benedicts, and sandwiches each extend the offerings beyond the usual brunch menu size, and Dolce's even a worthy entrant into the #pizzabrunch discussion.
Il Piatto offers more mimosa flavors than you could imagine, but imaginations can run a little too wild (here's looking at you, kiwi).
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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