During happy hour on a Friday night, 15 Romolo is packed tightly with hip urbanites waiting for an artisanal cocktail. At noon on a Sunday, however — when most brunch lines are curling around the street corner — the bar is half-empty. It's occupied by a few diners chatting quietly at small tables, leisurely sipping coffee (and usually something a little stronger), eating comfort food and recovering from the night before. Given the popularity of brunch in this town, 15 Romolo is a very well-kept secret.
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