i had a great brunch experience here last weekend. first off, my drink was the "rosalita," i believe. tequila blanco, aperol,"vermouths," and "mole bitters." it was fantastic, one of the best drinks i've had all year, and i'm sort of a cocktail nut. for eats, i had the duck confit hash, which was tremendous. duck, fingerling potatoes, some peppers, an egg over-easy on top, and i forget what else, all served in a skillet, and absolutely great. I had a previously poor brunch experience there over a year ago when i ordered a boring country fried steak and stuck with beer (not as good in the morn). but this was stellar. also, i was worried the place would be too dark for a brunch affair, when i prefer some good natural light. fortunately, they have sky lights and large front windows -- the place was very nicely lit, and not too busy, not too dead (at least around 11-noonish). and the service was quite friendly and attentive. it's a great neighborhood spot that i know i should frequent more often. . . it's just that whenever i can go out i know the place will be packed. any suggestions on other menu items, drinks, times to go?