Margaritas are the main differentiator here, and the pitchers helpfully come two at a time, but it takes a lot of watered-down tequila to get your $27 worth.
Conversely, the array of brunch options are a great value, with Mexican twists on some brunch classics leaving no one hungry or dissatisfied.
Top-notch complimentary chips and guac were more-than-sufficient restitution for a delayed entree, and our server handled a bevy of menu substitutions with good cheer.
Perhaps no restaurant's embraced the "let's throw a bunch of tables out into the middle of the street" pandemic response quite like Mission, and while we respect the hustle, the result feels a little too mass-produced and impersonal.
Doi Moi puts an innovative spin on some traditional brunch items and you can always just order a big bowl of noodles if your heart desires.
The mimosa options are limited but distinctive (and, when combined with a burrito for less than $30, cheap) enough to merit a high score.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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