$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.
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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