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“How,” a woman next to me muttered, “can you have mimosas and no orange juice?”

We were at the bottomless mimosa refill station at BrunchCon, a sprawling brunch festival that will stop in four cities this spring and summer, and for a brief moment, the orange juice had run dry. The brunchers were restless.

We dared not say it aloud, but without that sunny splash of citrus, the elegant facade of brunch would collapse. Without juice, this was just drinking.

“You can never have too many mimosas,” Lincoln Powell, 35, visiting from Ahoskie, N.C., explained as his wife posed for photos in front of an ivy-covered BrunchCon backdrop and organizers located more OJ.

Actually, I protested, it is entirely possible to have too many.

“You can?”

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VIP ticket holders enjoy their first drink while arriving at BrunchCon, a festival dedicated to the boozy hybrid weekend meal that has made Sunday mornings look a lot like Saturday night. (Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post)

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