We aren’t doctors, but we are confident (through many non-FDA approved trials) that the freshly-made mini donuts at Veranda can cure any hangover. With its location inside the Four Seasons, you might worry about being underdressed for this brunch buffet, but thankfully for everyone, the atmosphere is more come as you already are. (Though you might want to remove your new collection of bead necklaces and the bridesmaid sash that definitely doesn’t belong to you.) You’re likely to find yourself sitting next to another group of friends, all still in their pajamas, trying to get rid of last night’s stupor over a skillet of chilaquiles.
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