You can choose among five flavors — peach, cranberry, grapefruit and pineapple complement the usual orange — and with the champagne and juices served separately, your mimosas are as strong (or weak) as you like.
Depending on your hunger and/or proximity to a fridge to deposit leftovers, the $35 food bundle's a great deal, and even barring that, finishing a sub-$20 pizza's a challenge, too.
Our server handled our questions about Matchbox's various bundle options with aplomb, and was graciously willing to continue the juice portion of mimosa service for a compatriot who'd reached their limit on champagne.
Penn Quarter views are always a bit limited by the size of the neighboring buildings, but the cozy patio at least opens out upon an entertaining people-watching segment of E Street, and you can always head inside for a more industrial, if unremarkable, vibe.
Serving the champagne and mixer individually is an excellent way to ensure the ratio we like to see, and Bar Chinois doesn't disappoint, with heavy pours extending past the two-hour mark.
Your surroundings can vary from a loungy, open-air terrace to a classic back dining room, but in either option you're liable to find service staff outnumbering fellow diners, making for a rather mellow brunch experience.
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