Started inSeptember, the Tango/Smugglers Brunch is a great alternativel in a city where Brunch is a popular family activity. Sunday Brunch goes from 9:30 till 2. We booked on Open Table the night before on line and had our choice of times. We booked 12:30 and it was a good choice. We were seated in Tango which was our choice. Smugglers is an old established restaurant and is good for an evening of wine and steak but we prefer Brunch to be in a bright, new place with lots of natural light and Tango is just that, Modern with a gorgeous fireplace in the middle of the room. Booths for four and lots of tables. The brunch is set out in Tango and if your table is in Smugglers, you have a bit of a walk. The usual brunch selections were here with smoked salmon benedict, roast beef, roasted potatoes, bacon, scrambled eggs, chicken and a couple of other hot dishes I did not check out. I am a breakfast person so I don't mix the meals. I went for the eggs, bacon and a waffle. There is also bread pudding, salads and a lot of deserts.
Price was reasonable at $20 for adults $17 for seniors $1/year for children. This info was not available on their wesite which was weird.
I would recommend it for a pleasant brunch and we will definitely go agaiin.
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