Checking out Osteria Cotta gave me major Sotto Cinque vibes which is good because they have since closed and I needed a place like this in my life once more. With tons of communal seating but enough room to have your own private experience, I felt comfortable to dig into this menu.
Lucky for me, they offer unlimited mimosas and sangria which will make anyone feel right at home. A great mimosa is hard to find. You can find that too much orange juice has been poured, or the champagne us too acidic to enjoy – which leads me to Osteria Cotta who knew just the right parts to make this mimosa perfection.
But before I got brunch drunk, I was ready to try the bruschette which you can order as an appetizer and try multiple breads if you’d like. I went for the tomato, mozzarella and basil, along with the mascarpone and clover honey with strawberries which were both the highlight of Osteria Cotta. The Mozzarella was fresh and consistent, while the mascarpone was rich and dense. I couldn’t have asked for more.
Since the bruschette had stole to show, I wasn’t too impressed by the french toast. Perhaps I had too many sweets in my system already but the dampness of the toast and the lack of add ons I love, like fruits and compotes, didn’t help. They do however, have a wide variety of options on the menu and even pizza which I may come back just to try.