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.
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.
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