District is best known as a wine and whiskey bar with small plates. After all, the clubby Old Oaklander offers more than 40 wines by the glass, more than 60 craft whiskeys, and snack-ish bites like oysters, deviled eggs, and french fries to accompany a well-curated cocktail lineup. But it’s also a pretty nice place to savor a Sunday brunch. The bottomless brunch buffet is $20 ($32 with endless Mimosas) with novel breakfast items like ceviche mixta, fried sweet plantains, braised collard greens, and organic baby green salad, plus biscuits and gravy, buttermilk pancakes with banana-rum syrup, bacon and spicy sausage, chipotle-garlic breakfast potatoes, scrambled eggs with cheese, cheddar grits, and chocolate chip bread pudding. Fill up your plate with sweets, head out to the sidewalk patio, eat, and then return to the buffet, maybe to load up on savories, and then do it all again—we dare you. Serves dinner Mon.–Sat. and brunch on Sunday.