Agave is where you go if you want to get drunk at brunch, but you don’t want to feel like you time-warped to freshmen year of college. For under $30, you get an entree and two hours of unlimited mimosas, wine, and margaritas (we recommend you go heavy on the margaritas). The menu is Mexican, and there are options like “corn crusted calamari cracklins” for those who are sick of the usual hangover burger or eggs benedict.
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