Must Have Tools for Braids

Lately, I have been braid obsessed… french braids, dutch braids, fishtails, waterfall braids, etc.  Oh the possibilities are endless if you combine different types.  Man, I love braids. Okay #endrant #braidobsessed

I’ve learned that certain tools and products are necessary for braiding.  As my lovely face below displays, if you don’t have these products and you love braids, you cray.  Here’s the arsenal of goods that you must have to perfect the braided look.

tools and products for braids

Bobby Pins:  Make sure they match your hair.  My hair is ombre, so I have blonde and brunette bobby pins to camouflage them.  I recommend placing the bobby-pins in the form of an “X” for a more secure hold.  Also the curved end should always face down.  I didn’t know these tricks until like a year ago.  No wonder I left a trail of bobby pins everywhere I went.

Clear Elastics: I bought a 500 pack at Target for less than $5.  They’re like the size of your pinky but stretch enough to secure a whole head of hair if necessary.  Use these instead of ponytail holders to blend more naturally in your hair.  Hey, they’re not just for 5 year olds!

Clip-In Extensions:  We’re all not blessed with luxurious, long, thick hair.  Braids shorten your hair.  When you see those Elsa-like braids, chances are there’s some extensions hidden up in there. The extensions will help the braid look fuller and longer.  I’d use at least 2 wefts for most braided styles.

Teasing Comb:  Use the pointy end to section off hair or even pull the braid apart.  Use the comb part to backcomb your hair and tease it.  You can do this along a section to secure extensions or at the top of the head to add volume.

Volumizing Powder:  My favorite is Smart Solutions Volumizing Styling Dust.  Sprinkle a little on your roots to add weightless texture, volume, and hold.  It’s perfect for most braids.  I swear, this stuff really did come from a fairy because it is a miracle worker.

Aerosol Hair Spray:  I finish off a braid with a healthy dose of Tresseme Aerosol Hair Spray.  I also spritz my teasing comb and then smooth along flyaways etc for a sleeker look.


4 Must Have Brushes

Wow, it’s been a month since my last blog post!  My bad.  Some may consider that slacking.  However, I made this video the day after my sister’s wedding… Obviously hungover.  Now that’s ambitious!  I truly made it because I couldn’t let that $85 hairstyle go to waste.  Looking back, I should have done a post on how to keep your updo intact.  I got 4 days out of that bad boy.  Instead, I talked about brushes… when I couldn’t even brush my hair.  Always botching and learning on the job.

Without further adieu… the much anticipated… brush vlog.

I’ve tried a myriad of hair brushes.  I’ve finally found the only 4 brushes I ever use.  With these 4 brushes, you can work hair miracles.

What are they?

The Tangle Teaser is perfect for getting through knotty hair without damaging. Don’t let the funky shape fool you.  This works!

The Wet Brush is another great detangling brush.  I use it in the shower, at the beach, whenever my hair is wet.  This can replace your comb, pick, paddle brush, etc.

If you want to rock the poof, you need a teasing brush.  Back comb the roots of your hair for extra volume.

I love Olivia Gardens brushes.  Talk about quality.  I discovered these beauties at a trade show.  They’re the real deal.  Here’s the one I use for  blow drying.

Affordable Makeup

Affordable Makeup


While I love Sephora, the majority of my makeup staples are drug store and Avon!  Because they’re so cheap, I’ve gotten to experiment with dozens and here’s the handful that pass the Botch and Learn test.  They’re high quality at low prices!

1.  Mark On The Edge Liquid Eye Liner – I have this in blackest black and it is the bomb.  It’s waterproof and doesn’t smudge.  Plus the applicator is thin and firm so it’s so easy to apply!  If you’re a liquid eye liner newbie I recommend starting with this one.  The application is easy!

2.  Avon Mineral Foundation in Bronze – I use this as my regular bronzer.  The container is mess proof. While that’s a huge plus and convenience the real win is the actual color.  It’s highly pigmented.  The texture is light and it’s just phenomenal.

3.  Avon Glimmerstick Eyeliner – I used to always avoid putting eyeliner on my lower lash line since it would bleed into my under eye circles and enhance them.  Not anymore!  I like this retractable pencil.  It stays exactly where I put it.

4.  Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush – Gotta love anything with the word bouncy in it’s name.  This is a mousse blush with a fun consistency.  They have a great color palette.  I like that it leaves the cheeks a little dewy and livens up the face.

5.  Neutrogena Healthy Skin Pressed Powder – Your welcome Neutrogena for this free advertising.  This stuff is a MUST have.  It’s the only product I’ve stuck to religiously for years.  It’s affordable, sets my makeup, removes shine and is just A-mazing.  Get it!!!


Bachelorette Party: Austin Texas

Hot off my sister’s bachelorette party in Austin Texas.  Austin is the place to have a bachelorette party if you’re looking for no judgement, ratched fun, a variety of things to do, affordable nightlife, and a damn good time.

austin bachelorette party

Ultimate Austin Bachelorette Party

Hotel:  Omni Downtown

We stayed at the Omni downtown.  It was the perfect choice.  Originally, I was scared to choose this location. Many of the reviews talked about their no noise tolerance.  Our group of friends is about as quiet as a rocket launching.  Luckily, we didn’t run into any problems with hotel security.

We took advantage of their rooftop pool with downtown views.  The lunch there was extremely affordable, the drinks – not so much.

The hotel was in a convenient location – walkable to a liquor store and dirty sixth street.  The two most important things for an Austin bachelorette party.


When in Texas with picky eaters, what do you eat?! Tex-Mex! We ate plenty of that.

Hula Hut:  The Hula Hut is about a 15 minute cab from downtown.  It’s Hawaiian themed Mexican food.  The atmosphere is so adorable – it’s on a lake, features a tiki bar, and colorful decor.  The chips are A-Mazing.  I ate like a whole basket on my own. The rest of the food… mediocre.

Iron Cactus:  They don’t take reservations, but arrive before 8 PM and you should be fine.  Our group of 9 had enough time to grab a drink at the bar before we were promptly seated.  The food is much better than Hula Hut.  They make the guacamole tableside, which is always a sign of a good Mexican place.  Iron Cactus is conveniently located on 6th Street, so we ate here and went straight out.  Word on the street is their jalapeno margarita is a must try.

Boat: Lakeway Marina to Party Cove

Prior to heading to the marina for the best day of the bachelorette party, we stopped  at Whole Foods.  We picked up lunch, snacks, and more than enough booze for our party of 9 – (4) 15 Packs of beer, (2) bottles of champs, (2) bottles of vodka, and (1) Liter of wine.  I am sad to say it all went except for a half bottle of vodka and the wine… whoops, but we shared at least!

Anyway it was about a 40 minute uber from downtown.  Once there, they were super sweet.  Angel, the best captain ever, helped us load our coolers, blow up rafts, and get the party started! We took a leisurely 30 minute ride on our pontoon to Party Cove, a lake where boats go just to party.

After a minor heart attack when we nearly capsized as we pulled into the cove, we linked boats with another bachelor party.

We spent the next few hours shotgunning beers, hopping from boat to boat, floating around on noodles, and having the time of our lives.


Most of Austin’s downtown nightlife is on 6th street.  There’s an East side (dirty sixth) and a west side, which is more late 20s / early 30s.  Additionally, there’s Rainey Street, and the Warehouse District.  Our preference was dirty 6th.

Thursday: We went out around 10 PM.  6th Street was virtually empty so many of the bars lured us in with free drinks for the whole group.  This was typically super sweet drinks.  Eventually we learned to say no to them.  We bar hopped a little and ultimately settled on the roofdeck of Blind Pig. We walked into a live band that swiftly brought our bachelorette on stage for their last song.  A DJ came on shortly after and he rocked.  This was by far the best night of the bachelorette party.  Mainly because we had no expectations.  We started dozens of dance circles, completed plenty of dares, and our bachelorette even had a “Hair-off”.

Friday:  This was supposed to be our big night out.  Although I think people were hesitant to rage knowing we had the boat the next day.  We started off at Kung Foo on West 6th Street.  This bar had giant Jenga and Connect 4, ski ball, and plenty of other arcade games.  I guess it’s an appropriate low-key way to start.  The DJ played some old school hip hop which I enjoyed.

We then went to the Ranch.  I thought this was a good idea since I saw many bachelorette parties there during a prior visit.  However, the place was a total taco fest – which really isn’t that fun for a bachelorette party.  It started to fill up, but we weren’t impressed.  So we ended up at our favorite place once again – The Blind Pig Pub!!!  Shakespeare across the street wasn’t bad either.

Saturday:  We were all drunk from the boat.  In fact the ground was rocking a little.  We grabbed dinner and drinks at BB Reillys then hit up Bat Bar.  They had a fabulous live band.  The kind you’d want playing at your wedding.  The crowd wasn’t our scene so we headed to Library Bar.  This bar is extremely chill.  We busted in like we owned the place quickly starting the limbo with our caution tape, daring people, and participating in a game of shoulders.  Beer was $3 a bottle – seriously can’t beat those prices.  Had a few, then ultimately ended up at our favorite spot The Blind Pig Pub!

And now for a few things I didn’t touch on, but helpful to know…

Boch and Learn – Avoid a Botch-lorette in Austin Texas:

  • Don’t try to re-enter a bar after 2 PM, they don’t let you
  • Uber is cheaper than cabs
  • The restaurant at The Driskill has an AMAZING breakfast
  • Dirty Sixth street shuts down to traffic at 9:30 PM
  • Drink beers – it’s so much cheaper
  • Go shopping on South Congress Street (right over the bridge).  Make sure to check out Texas National Outfitters.  They have a “special” bachelorette party hat, serve free booze, and play live music.  Plus I’m told they sometimes bring in a horse for bachelorette parties.

austin bachelotrette

Wedding Embarassments

Wedding fever has consumed me.  Does that make it sound like I want to get married?  That’s not what I mean.  I mean, I’m at the ripe age of 29 and I have several weddings to attend a year.

As y’all know by now, I am a klutz.  So I managed to do a few things at the last wedding that were slightly embarrassing.  I don’t exactly have a solution for this, other than to be more cautious but none the less, they make for an interesting story.

For starters, all the guests enjoyed specialty cocktails in champagne flutes during the ceremony.  Most people finished and set their glasses down.  Then, at the end of the ceremony we were supposed to throw rose petals as the bride walked up the aisle.  Oh, I got the memo to throw the petals (kudos to me).  But in addition to throwing the petals, my clutch opened up and I threw the contents of my purse (tampons everywhere) and smashed a champagne flute along the way.  Luckily, no one but my immediate friends near me noticed.  But holy you can’t take me anywhere.  At this point, I was sober too…

So I saunter into cocktail hour and I manage not to embarrass myself there (at least I think…)

At some point, I walk into the reception area and completely wipe out on nothing.  Totally blame my 6″ heels for that one.  Who do I think I am?! It didn’t help that I spent most of the time earlier that evening complaining I was going to twist my ankle in those heels.  So definitely put that in the atmosphere.  Next time I’m wearing 3″ heels and having confidence that I’m not going to fall.

Needless to say, I switched into my flip flops.  That didn’t save my reckless self though.  Wiped out again while dancing.  Maybe I need to stop jumping while I dance.  Twisted my ankle that time and decided I had enough dancing for the evening.

So the moral of the story kids.  Think positive thoughts, learn to walk in heels before wearing them in public, actually zipper your clutch and always bring a pair of flip flops to a wedding … although even those can’t save a drunken klutz


How to Throw a Kick A** Bridal Shower

My gorgeous twin sister is getting married in a month!!!!  So, let’s talk about her kick a** Bridal Shower.  I must admit, I was completely worried with how this would turn out. My mother and I asked dozens of people for help and I was concerned it would turn into a hodge podge, chaotic, pot luck that you’d see at a Senior Citizen home…  Luckily, it came together nicely.

The Food

My mother rented out the clubhouse in her development.  At $300 this was a decent chunk of change.  However, with a bridal shower of roughly 60 people, we’d be looking at 10x the cost for food and drink alone if we held it at a restaurant.  She asked all of her friends and family to bring something.  So, you can see why I was concerned.   But the secret to being a fab host is always in the presentation.  We set up catering trays which made it look much more uniform.  Shout out to my aunt too for making the cutest desserts that fit the pink and purple theme.

I had each of the bridesmaids bring 2 bottles of champagne for the mimosas and my aunt made her famous sangria!  We had a cute mimosa bar which consisted of berries and pink champagne flutes rimmed with purple sugar.  I set up a crate and placed mason jars atop for the sangria.  My mom painted them all with chalk paint and guests wrote their names with a silver paint marker.  They were a huge hit, especially with the purple straws.

Bridal Shower bar

The Decorations

While mom took care of leading the food brigade, I managed the decorations.  I worked with the bridesmaids to make this a smashing success.  I started with a list of tasks that needed to be completed.  Rather than asking all of the bridesmaids for money, I had them sign up for tasks.  We’re all in different financial places so I thought this would let them take on what they could.  None of them disappointed!

We had the most beautiful paper flower centerpieces flanked by pictures of the bride and groom to be.  We hung personalized banners and designed signs.  One of the girls bought the most gorgeous wine container to hold the “stock the bar” items.  She also made tags so people could leave a note.  Lets not forget about the beautiful candy bar too.  I was so impressed with what a few of the bridesmaids pulled together.  They filled candy dishes spelling “love” with purple M&Ms and flanked it with glass jars filled with purple, pink, and gold candy.  They picked good candy too!  None of that tootsie roll dum dum pop BS.  They also found the cutest bags on Etsy!!

bridal shower candy bar

The Flow

As for the flow, we got a lot of great feedback.  We kept this show moving!! Bridal showers can really drag out but we wrapped everything up within two hours.  However, everyone still lingered since were having such a great time!

Here’s the trick.  Once everyone arrived, I kicked it off with a slideshow featuring the bride and groom.  By the time that was over, the food was ready.  We let everyone eat, drink, and chat it up.  Then mom and my sister made a little speech followed by Dana (my sister) opening presents.  DAMN, that girl got a lot of presents. We played gift bingo.  I always feels like that helps with the monotony of opening gifts. We also had a system in place just for opening them!  Half way through we broke it up with the newlywed game.  Then we let her continue opening gifts.  Once that was a wrap, we had dessert.

Yay for a fab bridal shower!!


Botch and Learn from Holly Madison

I spent the rainy weekend reading Holly Madison’s  Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny It was a page turner filled with juicy gossip, but also the opportunity to botch and learn from Holly’s mistakes.  Throughout the book we learn you are not defined by the situations you have gotten yourself into.  At the end of the day, you can overcome anything as long as you truly love yourself!!


How to Enjoy The Beach

I love staring at a vast ocean and getting tan but the pleasantries of beaching it stop there for me.  The wind whips my hair in every direction and throws sand all over my towel.  That sand then sticks to EVERY piece of my body.  I walk on sand hotter than fire to rinse off.   Then, I get to the ocean and it’s unbearably cold, the seashells cut up my feet, and there’s critters and seaweed floating around.  I return to my sanctuary that is my beach chair to sip my water (or cocktail) and discover it’s piss warm and rendered undrinkable.  I attempt to read my kindle for 10 minutes before it overheats and I sit there bored, hot, sweaty, tired, and looking like a dog attacked me.

BUT, a day at the beach doesn’t need to be that miserable.

how to enjoy the beach

Dos and Don’ts to Actually Enjoy the Beach


Getting brown spots: One bad day at the beach and I’ve got a cluster of brown spots gracing my forehead for eternity.

Walking barefoot down the beach: I hop like a rabbit down the beach screaming “ahhh, I’m walking on fire!”

Leaving hair down:  At the end of the day my hair looks like I brushed it with a grenade and it’s going to take me 3 hours to comb out.

Reading on a Kindle:  I get through 10 minutes of Girl on the Train before it shuts down from over heating or loss of battery.

Sipping out of a water bottle:  It starts boiling after 15 minutes (well almost).  So much for refreshing.

Bringing a towel to sit on:  Within minutes of laying my towel down, it’s covered in sand and curling over.  

Sunglass Tan:  I love my sunnies so my nose always burns and there’s a white border around my eyes.  Can we also talk about that time I lost my Guccis to a battle with the Atlantic. That was a sad day for me #RIPGucci


Wear a hat: Hats are not my thang.  But, I now wear it to the beach every time.  It protects against 2 botches – brown spots & grenade hair.  I got a cute baseball cap from Pacific Sun.

 Move faster: I really have no idea how to avoid that hot sand.  I try to walk in flip flops but that just throws sand all over me.  My advice… RUN.  I guess that’s my cue to get to the gym.

Detangler is your friend:  This serves 2 purposes.  It protects your hair from the sun and also stops that grenade hair.

Read a real book:  This is the only time I buy a paperback.  You could probably borrow from the library too.  #oldfashioned

Wear sunnies with caution: Wear these only when you’re moving around and remove while tanning or frolicking in the ocean.

Look stylish while ensuring no loss of sunnies Buy from Sintillia a sunglass strap that resembles body jewelry as opposed to clunky grandma straps.

Buy a bubba mug:  The bubba mug  promises to keep cold stuff cold for up to 12 hours!  And size does matter here – no need to run across that hot sand for a refill!




























MAN AM I A DIVA.  I can’t believe I just wrote a whole post about hating the beach.  These tips and tricks make it much more bearable.  Now can someone find me a pool to jump into?

enjoy the beach

Bachelorette Party: Charleston SC

Like all bachelorette parties, we acted a fool in Charleston South Carolina, drank more than necessary and returned home 5-1o pounds heavier – no joke.  Before I continue though, shout out to my sister for planning. I got scolded last time I forgot to mention her in the Vegas Bachelorette Party. She knows how to throw a good one!

charleston bachelorette


Lucky us, there were no hotels available, so we rented a house outside of Charleston in Folly Beach!

It was about a half hour cab ride to downtown.  Drinking heavily and getting in the back of a taxi is extremely nauseating as some of us found out!  But whatever, it was worth it to stay at the beach and still enjoy the Charleston restaurants and bars.  We didn’t make it out until 2AM, because we’re lushes who love to day drink.  But locals warned us, that if you want to make it back to Folly Beach, you need to call a cab by 1:30 AM or they won’t take you.

We loved having a house because we were all together, blasting music and hanging 0ut.  The only draw back was they couldn’t accommodate us for an early check-in.

Lunch & Day Drinking

Lunch @ Rita’s – Take a walk up Center Street in Folly Beach and there’s a row of restaurants. We grabbed lunch at an outdoor cafe, Rita’s.  They had A-mazing macaroni and cheese… and fries.  Did I mention we all gained weight?

Day Drinking @ the house – The benefit of renting a house is you have a giant refrigerator to fill just with booze.  Hello drinking on the beach!

Late Lunch & Drinks @ Loggerheads  – Loggerheads sounded so appealing and promising.  Live music NEAR the beach.  But the music didn’t start until 6 PM, so we missed that.  Gotta say, this is NOT the place to day drink for a bachelorette party.  The Manager told us to put our penis props away, and yelled at us a few more times for our loud obscenities.  It was a total buzzkill. What good is a bachelorette party without them?  We would have stayed there all night probably, but not after that!  My advice, skip it.

Snapper Jacks Rooftop – I LOVED Snapper Jacks and you should definitely go there  for a bachelorette party.  Their happy hour is insane.  We’re talking $2 beers and $3 vodka drinks. Everyone was having a great time.  Some hot guy (he worked there) serenaded the bar with his guitar and singing skills.  They didn’t give us a hard time about drinking from our penis straws or throwing around penis shaped confetti either.  In fact, an older group of women were so amused by them, we gave them the pecker straws as a momento.

Party Bus

We took a party bus out to the boondocks to a winery/firefly distillery.  An event called Winestock was going on.  It was supposed to be like Woodstock with live music etc.  We parked our towels in the grass and sipped some vino, including frozen wine!  We also did a firefly tasting for $6.  OMG I have never done a vodka tasting.  Good thing their stuff is so good.  We tried lemonade vodka, moonshine, and all other types of deliciousness.  Most of them tasted divine.  However, you should have seen our faces after the moonshine, woof.  Needless to say, after that we all felt great.  Our ride home in the party bus was a lot livelier.  We took advantage of the bluetooth speakers, my Spotify booty playlist (yes, I did curate one of those) and pole.


Husk – This is one of Charleston’s top restaurants and it’s tough to get a reservation here.  Luckily my sister called months in advance.  Husk is a great place for a girls dinner, but definitely not a sloppy bachelorette one.  They change their menu twice a day.  We all know I’m a picky eater by now, so I kept checking the menu to see what they had, but it wasn’t posted til nearly 6.  But, phew… they had a banging chicken dish.  We arrived to Husk 15 minutes early so they couldn’t accommodate us.  They sent us to the bar around back.  We walk in, and immediately the bartender can tell we’re all feeling good and that we’re from the north.  She told us there’s no jager bombs or flavored vodkas… not that we asked. Then she tried to pass us off to the bar upstairs.  We checked it out, but it was a snoozefest and came back downstairs.  We were greeted with, “did they kick you out up there?” For the record… they did not.   Anyway, we acted a lot better during dinner at Husk.  My chicken dish might have been the best thing I ever ate.  No lie.

Hominy Grill – If you want southern food, you must go to Hominy Grill.  Keep in mind though, they run on southern time.  They didn’t seat us until nearly an hour after our reservation time.  Plus, they only had one bartender to serve the restaurant and the outdoor bar area.  He was SO slow, and the last member of the group got a drink a half hour after the first.  They should have comped us some biscuits…  If you’re going to a bachelorette party in Charleston, wear your patient pants!! Their fried chicken was delicious though.  I didn’t care too much for their mac and cheese which tasted like it had nutmeg on it.


Republic – We went to Republic on a Thursday night, where it was ladies night!  Can you say, $1 BOTTLES of champagne?!?!?!!?! You heard that correctly.  We couldn’t believe it.  Anyway, there was hardly anyone there since it was 10 PM on a Thursday.  The DJ basically catered to us and played all of our requests.  He was AWESOME.  They also had a live band out back in their outdoor patio.  Not as awesome though.  We lasted until midnight.

Trio – Everyone kept telling us great things about Trio, but it honestly didn’t live up to the rave reviews.  Again, we arrived at 10 PM, because we’re old and can’t hang like we used to.  There was no one there.  I mean no one! The DJ didn’t even start up until closer to 11 PM.  So we grabbed drinks and went to the outside area and sat patiently waiting to shake our booties.  The DJ finally came on, he was at least good.  So we started the dance party.  Creepy men quickly encircled us.  We lasted until 12:30 this night.  When we left the bar there was a giant line.  It was kind of funny though because the place was maybe 1/4 fill.  They were defintely trying to make it look like the place was the best time ever.  I think if you go here for a bachelorette party, you need to come a little later.  We did see like 5 other bachelorettes, so it’s got some notoriety for it.

While we had a great bachelorette party in Charleston, there is always an opportunity to botch and learn:

  • If you’re planning a bachelorette party in May, make sure it’s not a college town or plan around graduation!  Hotels were booked or absurdly priced.
  • Charleston is not exactly a walking town so plan to spend a good chunk on cabs
  • Charleston is appreciative of southern manners.  Leave those penis props at home.

bachelorette party penis straw

Bottomless Boozy Brunch in NYC

If you are a 20-something in New York City and say you don’t like brunch, I’m calling your bluff right now.  It’s one of the most magical things about this city.  There’s hundreds of options, and I’m always looking to discover the next best brunch place.  I spend more hours salivating over pictures of french toast and  reading reviews about atmosphere than I do actually brunching.  You see, each of my friend groups like very different things.  Some are stingier than others, some like to rage more, some need a hamburger and fries, and some are like me… picky.  As the picky one, it is always bestowed upon me to pick a place, because they’ll eat everything and “I’m the picky one.”  Yet next thing I know they’re saying, “It needs to be affordable.”  “It needs to be easy to get to.”  “I want a party atmosphere.”  Suddenly there are always new criteria so I’m constantly going back to the drawing board.  To spare you the hours of research here is what I learned.  Consider this the boozy brunch special.

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Bottomless Brunch

Bottomless brunch most certainly does still exist in NYC.  And there’s a myriad of places to get your fix of bubbly, bloodies, and breakfast… clever, I know.


There’s two locations.  One on 14th, and one in the Murray Hill area.  Make sure you make a reservation.  They certainly don’t take walk-ins after 2 PM (That was a total brunch fail).  For $34 you get unlimited bloodies and mimosas + an entre.  There’s a variety of lunch foods and breakfast so there’s something for everyone.  Expect loud music and a fun atmosphere but don’t expect to hold a conversation with 8 of your closest girlfriends.


It’s traditional Cuban food with unlimited sangria!  The sangria packs a strong punch though so beware.  House rules proclaim you can only have one glass at a time.  So no double fisting or ordering before you’re done.  There’s nearly a dozen flavors to try, so you’ll have to come back to try them all.  My favorite sangria – the Havana Banana.  I must say though that their sangria is sweet and headache inducing but so worth it!

$30 gets you bottomless sangria, bloody marys, or mimosas for 1.5 hours + an entre.  If you don’t feel like drinking (preggo friends can join), you can pay $17.95.  Like all the other bottomless brunch places, make sure you make a reservation and tell your perpetually late friends to meet you there a half hour earlier (you know who you are!)  Also note, it’s cash only.  Food is great but not worth the wait.  Hey, I rhymed there…

This Buffet Brunch will cost you $35 pp and an extra $20 each if you want a bottomless brunch for 2 hours. So yeah, it’s a little pricy.  But hello… look at that buffet picture above.  The brunch buffet has belgian waffles made to order, an omlette station etc. plus there’s a live jazz band.  Also if you’re bringing the kiddies, there’s always a movie for them to watch.


Enjoy an entertaining drag queen show as you sip on mimosas and consume menu items such as “Legally Blonde” and “Sister Act”  for just $21.95.  For an additional $6 you can consume unlimited mimosas and bloody marys.

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