The vaunted "mimosa bar," replete with flavors like rose and lavender and accoutrements like berries and mint leaves, alone makes ala well-worth a visit. Shuttling back and forth all afternoon refilling your little champagne flute is a bit of a drag, though.
At first, the all-you-can-eat component of the bottomless package may seem like a great deal, but it's quickly exposed as a ploy to avoid serving meat nearly entirely. But you'll get all the beet-drenched falafel you could ever want.
In the fog of brunch, a few of our requests for additional items were never fulfilled, but our server had enough good cheer and disregard for the stated hour-and-a-half time limit to make looking past that pretty easy.
The revamped Ankara space has a lively, mid-century feel, with plenty of (fake) greenery. If only the semi-circle booth setups didn't further complicate every mimosa refill.
Eastern Market, Capitol Hill
The perfect weather might be inflating our rating of their patio, but even if you're stuck inside, the fish-lined walls are a nice touch.
The classic OJ is light enough on the champagne to be part of a complete breakfast
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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