A party of five went to Sunday brunch to say good-bye to one of the guest that is relocating. I had never been to Clyde's for Sunday brunch and was expecting a brunch buffet. That is not the case. We ordered off of the menu, some ordered breakfast food and some ordered salads. First, we had reservations and had to wait about 10 minutes for a table. The waiter came to our table immediately to take drink orders. I inquired about the $14.00 champagne and he had no clue. He thought it was a bottle. I asked him to inquire. I believe it was a quarter bottle, almost filled the flute. The waiter returned quickly to take our food order. We were not ready to order as we were in conversation. I felt a little rushed. When we placed our order, he could not accurately describe the bread that was in the salad. I do not recall the name of the salad. He added cucumbers as requested, removed olives from 1 salad, and put the dressing on the side as requested. I believe it was some kind of vinaigrette. However, it was very thick. When I asked the waiter was that the correct dressing, he said he didn't think so and proceeded to bring the same dressing out for the second time. I settled for oil and vinegar (I think). The salad was fresh and the grilled chicken breasts tasty. I believe everyone enjoyed their food, even desserts. Overall a good time with good company and average food.
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