Mi Casa Review
Mi Casa Review
Mi Casa Review
Mi Casa Review
Mi Casa Review



There's a wide selection (including an actually-good-brunch-margarita!), but we quickly gravitated toward Mi Casa's house punch, which was only enhanced by the goblet-sized contraption in which they arrived.



The limited, standard "brunch" options force you to the full menu, which while providing exquisitely presented dishes, comes at a dinner price.



Mi Casa does adhere to its narrow 90-minute limit, but with our server strategically timing the last call, we still got a good bang for our buck.



The modern feel is appealing, although the sleek interior decor could handle being toned down a few notches.

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