Restaurant Reviews

OTC in Brickell: Forging a New Identity

It's impossible to miss the mimosas at OTC, the year-old Brickell sensation. On a recent Sunday morning, they adorn every table on the porch like fizzy orange vases. The line of patrons is equally obvious. A young crowd clusters by the restaurant's counter and forms a string of cool kids that extends past the double doors.

Perhaps these customers are waiting for Jacob Anaya's slow-poached eggs, cooked in an immersion circulator until their yolks ooze loose and golden. Or maybe they're sticking around for his Okinawan fries -- purplish batons of sweet potato served alongside a sharp tamarind sauce.

Most likely, though, they're here for the drinks.

During OTC's brunch, unlimited mimosas cost only $20 per person.

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