The margaritas aren't anything special at the cafe, but they do pack a punch for the price. Downstairs in the brasserie, though, the light and fresh Mexican transforms into a complex, sexy arrangement of small plates for just a few dollars more. The drinks at the brasserie are at another level entirely, bringing together combinations of ingredients and flavors that I have yet to see anywhere else. The Toddy Frio features Reposado Tequila, apple cider, chamomile tea, lime juice, and mint leaves for a surprisingly light and refreshing drink, while the passion fruit or blood orange margaritas add a barely sweet, exotic essence to high quality tequila. The brasserie will have you desperate to try everything on the menu, but reservations are necessary. For those more spontaneous nights, staying upstairs is still a great play.