The bottomless is pricey ($29), stingy (an hour-and-a-half, strictly enforced), and altogether too sugary. But otherwise, no complaints!
For a brunch menu, egg and potato options are surprisingly scarce, but at least all the sandwiches come with a watermelon slice?
We can say, with the utmost confidence, that Alta Strada is the first restaurant to ever bring out bug spray for our table.
Grading on the scale of pandemic summer, the tent pavilion setup is highly appreciated, relative to the "let's just stick some tables out on the sidewalk" approach popular elsewhere.
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
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