Oak + Char for dinner, I decided to come and see how their brunch stacks up. I will first state that while the dining room has a large window on one side, as it is on the south side of the dining room, if it is daylight, it makes little difference whether it is morning or afternoon/evening because the reflected light is about the same either way. The menu had a variety of small plates and larger plates, they don't have as much an international flair as the dinner menu does. The menu would not look unfamiliar to anyone that is familiar with brunch places. They also don't have a lot of sweet on the menu. They do have coffee, juice, and breakfast cocktails. I had both a coffee and a cocktail. Their coffee is Colombe and is very good. I prefer my coffee black, so when I drink coffee, I would prefer if to be good and flavorful. This is very much so. For my breakfast cocktail, while they did have a Corpse Reviver #2 which is my favorite breakfast cocktail, I decided to go with a Beermosa, a beer and orange juice mixed drink, in this case, the beer was a New Belgium Snapshot, which is an unfiltered wheat beer with natural citrus flavors, and the beer was freshly squeezed.
I enjoyed brunch here, the food was very good, the staff was friendly and helpful, and the space looks nice. Having said that, if I had to choose between going for brunch and going for dinner, I would choose dinner.