Whether you secretly or not-so-secretly love Essex, or all you know is that you’re supposed to hate it, it’s a pretty decent place for bottomless brunch. Their deal for food and unlimited drink is under $30 (for 1.5 hours), the waiters constantly top off your mimosas, and the music is great. Plus, the Jewish/Mexican options like potato pancakes and Mexican Matzo Brie will do wonders for your hangover.
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