Including steins of German beer in the bottomless package is a nice touch, but at $30 for a 90-minute limit, the math just doesn't add up.
We're always looking for creative spins on brunch staples, and throwing a chicken schnitzel on top of a German puff pancake -- served in a skillet, to boot -- does not disappoint.
Our waiter cheerily accepted an array of menu substitutions, including an excellent secret cranberry mimosa.
We appreciate all efforts to make pandemic brunching possible, but with makeshift wooden booths extending down 5th Street, Prost's adapted better than most.
When an opportunity to drink Aperol spritzes all afternoon presents itself, we've gotta take it, even if deep down we suspect they weren't that strong.
You're dining at a club, so temper your expectations accordingly. Still, it's hard to go wrong with classic American food.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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