We had a pleasurable experience on a warm July Sunday morning. We were on our first brunch with just the two of us without our recently born baby and were really looking forward to celebrating our 3rd Anniversary, having been married just down the road at the Publick House.
While we love the Publick House this was a much better brunch / breakfast than they offer there.
The buffet included a carving station, omelet station, Belgian waffles with sweet fresh strawberries and whipped cream, fruit bar, home fries, bacon, sausage, danish and other breakfast pastries.
Food was delicious and the server was fast to fill our waters.
Dining area was very loud, seems as if they might have removed carpet that used to be in the dining area. They packed people in and it felt a little cafeteria-like.
Definitely wasn't the true old world ambience I was expecting other than the servers who were in costume garb of the period.
Hostess area was a little chaotic and felt unorganized.
Can't speak to the value as we had a gift certificate - bottom line it was good food and that is what is right at the Oliver Wight.
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