Photos: Tamayo introduces bottomless weekend brunches

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.

"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.

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