District Kitchen Review
District Kitchen Review
District Kitchen Review
District Kitchen Review



With three flavors, including an innovative guava, you won't be bored, and at $35 for drinks and both an appetizer and a main course, you won't be bankrupt, either.



Getting the appetizer (you can have calamari! for brunch!) and a main course qualifies as a brunch bargain, although the servings are a little inflated by generous side salad portions -- we aren't salad people.



Our server was quick to realize that oft-replenished carafes would make life easier than individual refills, and we got our "last" one often enough to leave a noon reservation sometime around 4.



This was our first indoor brunch in we-don't-want-to-do-the-math, and we're quite happy to return to interior brick walls, chalkboard menu displays, circular tables, decade-old Spotify playlists, and of course, air conditioning.

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