Having lived in the area for years, I've always heard great things about the jazz brunch. So after a night out on New Year's, what better a way to ease the pain than soothing music and brunch? Just about anything else, it turns out.
Being crowded, we expected to wait. Our party of 6 waited more than an hour, and were seated in an awkward, drafty corner by the bathrooms. After having a bad coffee from the bar, we were all more than ready for drinks and food, and it remained that way for quite some time. Service was one of the slowest experiences I've ever had. There was an enormous wait between ordering coffees, placing our orders, and finally getting our order. My jambalaya was decent, although the eggs were watery and no good. The home fries were the saving grace. After eating, we sat for what ended up being another hour waiting for our plates to be cleared, the check, and finally our receipts. This may be a good spot at night for music and a few beers, but I won't be revisiting the 'famed' brunch for quite some time if ever. I guess my year can only get better!
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