Both red and white sangria are readily available, as you'd expect, but like any good brunch, you're free to switch to a mimosa at any point. There's also a vaguely alcoholic coffee drink, but that's not why we're here. Slight demerits for the Bloody Mary-like shot that's so repulsive even the drink being free doesn't redeem it.
If you can withstand their attempt to ruin your appetite with bread, an excellent array of meat and potatoes line the brunch tapas menu, refilled upon minimal request.
They're surprisingly chill about bringing out birthday arrangements twice (perhaps less surprising given that the birthday arrangements are a complimentary basket of churros), and generally handled our continual beverage switches with aplomb.
Don't expect a walk-in, or even a noon table, but the atmosphere and the challenge of an all-you-can-eat menu results in a pleasantly frenetic experience that ends all too quickly.
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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