Rosies is just a nice place to be. Their lanai is big and cool and blessed with a funky Hawaii-lite aesthetic that somehow demands a mimosa (which they serve in French, Italian, and Grand varieties, the last involving Grand Marnier). And at brunch-time unlike, say, any other moment of the week Rosies is quiet enough that you can actually hear your tablemates. Not that youll want to. Rosies brunch menu is filled with things that are a lot more appealing than a hung-over attempt at conversation. Like Miss Trunys Deep-Dish Southern Style Not-So-French Toast, baked with a pecan-praline glaze, or The Nelly Frittata, an egg-white frittata with sausage, chicken, bacon, spanish onions, and red and green peppers. This is actually more delicious than it sounds, even when your stomach is doing loop-de-loops in flight from last nights excesses. Heavy fare like this has a wonderful stabilizing effect. But theres light stuff, too fried green tomatoes with avocado, a delicious Greek omelet called The Un-Teeny Santorini, and a Belgian waffle topped with bananas, pineapple, mango, blueberries, and whipped cream that goes down like a confection and may even be healthy.