We're aware we complain about this a lot, but this time it really did feel like the mimosas were straight orange juice. The bottomless package including rail drinks is a saving grace, but even we'd rather not slam gin-and-tonics at one in the afternoon.
You're better off avoiding the reasonable temptation to order brunch food at brunch -- the "famous" steak and cheese is indeed very good -- lest you end up with a tiny portion of French toast you'll devour in two minutes.
We closed things out with a hug, so all's well that ends well, but in the most complimentary way possible (truly, we deserve it), we've never had a sassier waiter.
The heated patio provides a nice view of 17th Street (and a large Christmas tree with Jill Biden's face atop it), but the straw chairs feel like toilet seats and there's really no getting around that.
The dining room has a cozy, bright feel, which couldn't be more opposite from whatever's going on in the basement.
Most brunch items can be combined with the bottomless offerings for $26, which is about as competitive a deal as you'll find, but are accordingly unremarkable.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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