Following on the heels of Zengo, Richard Sandoval's Latin restaurant in Riverfront Park, which recently began offering bottomless brunch, Tamayo, Sandoval's modern Mexican in Larimer Square, is now strutting a similar deal: $35 for unlimited cocktails, including margaritas, Bloody Marias, mimosas and Bloody Marys, along with an endless flow of small plates (which aren't really that small at all).
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Billed as the "bottomless margarita brunch," dishes include posole, several sides, a bacon-wrapped hot dog, ceviche, eggs Benedict, pan dolce, egg-and-pickled-chile enchiladas, a trio of cazuelas -- all of which take advantage of the incredible, edible egg -- and huarache flatbreads.
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"We've been thinking about doing brunch for a while; it was just a matter of making sure we had a solid product, and with Rioja and Bistro Vendome already opening the floodgates for brunch on Larimer Square, we thought it was a good time to add it it our service and to take people through a diverse tour of Mexico," says general manager Miranda McFarlan, noting, too, that the recently renovated upstairs terrace, which peers over downtown and toward the mountains, will be a weekend hot spot for margs and Marys. And, says, McFarlan, live music and/or a DJ is on the horizon.
While libations are certainly a big draw, Tamayo is also offering a $20 all-you-can-eat "designated driver brunch" option for those who are on the wagon, and there's also a $10 kids' menu -- and all of the dishes can be ordered a la carte, as well.
For more photos of what's on the menu, continue reading.