The bottomless option is only a $10 add-on (to the $35 food option, don't get too excited), and there's never a wait for the next Sangria pitcher. Hope you like the Sangria, though, because they're oddly prickly about switching to the other bottomless choices.
The brunch menu is limited -- four tapas and three entree choices, respectively -- and not particularly brunchy, but that fortunately limits the odds you'll make a mistake and not get the paella.
Our server handled a bee situation with aplomb and considerable bug spray, but also had little hesitation shifting us toward a few hefty add-ons (we love a good Manchego, but $10 is a tad ridiculous).
It's considerably higher-end than our usual fare -- red velvet carpeting abounds -- resulting in an atmosphere perhaps better suited to a nice dinner.
For a brunch spot, the mimosas were disappointing, but the cocktail options are aplenty and delicious, with a bourbon selection providing a rare opportunity to minimize the sugar.
The classics are on offer, but it's the PBR and brewdrivers that really sets the tone, and at $26 for the bottomless option and an entree, sometimes it pays to brunch at a dive bar.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
Bottomless Bros ©2021