$30 may seem steep at first, but the bevy of flavors, including an innovative but controversial apple, and self-service flexibility make this money well spent.
If it's on the menu, they've gone all in -- you can pick among 9 mac and cheese options, and 11 empanadas -- but unfortunately you might need one of each to fill you up, $25 later.
Don't be fooled by a slow start, our server picked up quickly on the need to bring two champagne bottles at a time, and seemed disappointed when we finally cut ourselves off, far more than two hours later.
The abundance of fire pits makes for a comfortable pandemic setup, though it presents a constant challenge of arranging six sets of plates and flutes where a full table would normally be.
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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