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Brunch Rules: 10 Guidelines to Abide By for a Stellar Experience 

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4. No twerking:
You know what you did.

5. Pace yourself:
Who doesn't love a bottomless mimosa option at brunch? We know you do, so we compiled a list of 12 spots with said offer. But...take it easy, will you? It's not cute. The perfect mimosa ratio is 40/60 of orange juice (or whatever juice you're pouring) and bubbles. Anything else is just a ticket to Necioville, population: you. Besides, restaurants are responsible for policing bottomless mimosas and making sure customers don't get too wasty-faced. The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission doesn't take complaints lightly, so don't ruin it for the rest of us. 



6. Be punctual: 
Fashionably late shouldn't be a thing come brunch time. If you're delaying my coddled eggs or bloody Mary, you're on my dunzo list

7. Have a solid brunch squad:
Your Sunday breakfast is only as good as the people you break waffles with. Make sure the folks that join you for brunch know they're there for a good time, a strong espresso, fluffy French toast and great conversation. 


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