The bottomless Rose is very much an at-your-own-peril situation, so if you don't entirely trust yourself, $16 for the mimosas is a good call.
The entrees are unremarkable, but you won't mind if you've properly gorged yourself on cast-iron cinnamon rolls and/or prosciutto-topped biscuits.
The two-hour limit serves more as a warning for personal consumption than a restriction Tyber even pretends to adhere to. Bonus points are in order for happily seating a walk-in group of eight in a crowded restaurant.
The indoors is bright and lively, or go to the copious outdoor seating for a nice view of a neighborhood off the beaten brunch path.
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.
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