Lovely ambiance for a Sunday brunch- complete with DJ. Tried the chilaquiles which were perfectly crisp and just the right amount of spicy- although there wasn't much of the queso fresco to be seen. The eggs benedict florentine were also deliciously prepared. For drinks we had the house Bloody Mary which had a nice kick to it, and a cucumber spritzer that tasted as refreshing as it looked. Everything was reasonably priced, meal total for two was just about $50 including tip (drinks were $10 ea).
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