And now for my third brunch post in a row I’ll tell you all about Rayuela. This one is another bottomless brunch spot. For just $15 you can have sangria added to your entree (which will only set you back about $13 in itself). You can switch off between sangria flavors, but I started with the passionfruit and liked it so much I never made it to the guava or regular red.
The nuevo latino menu was also enjoyed by all. I did my job of checking, and all twelve plates at our long table were clean. I thought my plate of huevos partidos looked small, but I was full for hours. At first it looks like your basic eggs, potatoes, and sausage. But then you realize those aren’t potatoes, they’re pieces of fried yuca. And it’s not regular sausage, it’s chorizo, which is just chor-ific.
Bottomless brunch deals like this usually come in smaller, more…rustic restaurants. But Rayuela is two stories of breezy space. It really puts the oasis in Sangria Oasis, which, incidentally, is what they call their weekend brunch.