We were invited to go here for brunch with friends but the dates never worked out so we went on our own to dinner on a Friday night. There was a band. We sat in a room distant from the music but we did notice that the band played at a very acceptable volume. Our food was delicious though we cannot say how authentic it was. We stuck with shredded steak (very nicely spiced) and a pork dish. I also drank a marguerita which was the cocktail du jour. It was a little sweet for me. (Next time I will know to ask for extra squeezes of lime.) But, to get to our title, the brunch menu looked wonderful and we will return for that. This is a very spacious space and the decor is very ordinary.
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