Our usual complaint about Mission Group brunch deals holds true here — $27's a hefty price for only 90 minutes of bottomless offerings (so much for the menu's caution that "it's a marathon, not a sprint"), and while Pacifico's at least a more interesting beer option than Mission's usual Bud Light, we're here for the margaritas, and unfortunately they're entirely too sweet to be either enjoyable or noticeably contain alcohol.
The entrees, on the other hand, are a perfectly good deal in the mid-teens range, and the bottomless tacos are both a brunch innovation and, at only $22, a steal if you're game for four or more.
Salazar's quite focused on enforcing its full suite of bottomless rules (what's a party without strict adherence to time limits) — everyone must drink, and for not a minute over 90 — but we don't hold that against our dear server, who finagled us one final pitcher over and kept the bottomless tacos flowing with good cheer and sass.
Salazar calls itself DC's best party brunch, and that claim is more than evident by the dim interior and Instagrammable faux greenery (if you want to brunch beneath a neon sign proclaiming "Drink Tequila Daily," it's your spot). Sadly, all this focus on the party seems to have gotten in the way of the little things, like making sure the ceiling isn't leaking onto the middle of the floor.
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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