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As we were walking into LuLu’s, 20 minutes after opening, there was an immediate buzzing atmosphere. The bar is HUGE inside, but on top of that, there is also a large outdoor patio area for nicer weather. The inside has swinging open windows for warmer days, and the whole restaurant is full of music and 20 somethings out brunching on a weekend. The largest brunch portion of the menu is the eggs section; however, the menu as a whole is quite small. The drinks DEFINITELY make up for this, and if you are an avid brunch drink connoisseur, like us, you will love the choices of Mimosa’s, Man-mosa’s, Bellini’s, and Frosé’s, they have! We tried the brunch plate- large enough to fill anyone for a couple hours for only $12! The potatoes come in all different styles and colors for starters and the bacon is the perfect amount of crisp. The toast is thick, fluffy, and oozing butter. The eggs and bacon are perfection, with just the right amount of crispiness and softness. We have also been looking everywhere for frosé, and finally found the place- it is the perfect brunch drink to have on a warm day. Our total came to $26 each, which includes the meal, a glass of frosé, and a coffee.