If pasta and unlimited mimosas sounds like your kind of brunch, then Scottadito is your kind of place. There are plenty of brunch options in Park Slope, but this is the only bottomless brunch option in the neighborhood that’s worth your time. For $19.95, you get an entree and 1.5 hours of mimosas. The rest of the menu, which is standard Italian, is also reasonably priced.
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