Late nights are a nightmare here. Brunch, however, is a real treat. It's served tapas style, and although you can order all-you-can-eat brunch, you can certainly fill up for less than the $25 price tag.
The decor here is pretty nice, they definitely spend a good amount of cash making the place look cool. There's even a DJ for Sunday brunch playing easy listening bossa nova. Coffee is strong and the service is good. Everything is brought out as it is prepared, and this can sometime be a bit much as you can have four or five dishes suddenly piled up on the table.
I was dining with my friend Holly and we ordered all of our food from the breakfast part of the menu. We started with the assorted breakfast breads, and this was literally a mixed bag. Some were awesome (churro) while the muffin was far too sweet. The mango butter, however, is heavenly. The chorizo omelet was also one of the stars of the menu.
Bottom Line: Lots of small tasting plates makes for a nice, if slightly pricey brunch. Make sure you visit with someone who likes to share.
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