On my way home from a RAUCOUS wedding the night before...I could not go any further without a bloody mary and some sustenance. The bloody mary was great, a house made conconction with a bit of smokiness to it (perhaps they roast some tomatoes - the juice is more brick-colored). Asked for spicy and got a good dose of horseradish in the mix.
Had an absolutely perfect Andalusian gazpacho to start. The flavors brought me right back to an afternoon of al fresco dining on the coast of Marbella. Wonderful. Next, a really tasty eggs benedict ($14) done with pancetta and a light tarragon hollandaise. Perfectly poached eggs. Served with some spicy red potatoes.
All told it was a $30+ hangover cure, but well worth it. I need to remember this as a brunch destination. The prices are comparable to many other offerings around town and I really found the food to be a value.