We came in for Sunday brunch, I should have taken the fact that we waited for the hostess for over 10 minutes as a sign from the universe to leave, unfortunately we did not. Instead, a member of our party walked in and got the hostess to come out to the front and help with our reservation. We got a table by the window, a paint-splashed, dirty, stained window. The carpet smells and it is dirty, their window treatments are so outdated (not in a classy way) and dirty. The cobwebs in the corners are pretty intimidating, and are a clear sign of the carelessness of the property owners. After seeing this, we still stayed for brunch. Our server greeted us very pleasantly, took our order, delivered our drinks and we did not see her again until the end. When the coffee arrived it was lukewarm, once milk/cream was added, it became iced coffee. The mimosas, were premade in a pitcher so once they arrived to our table they were flat. We walked around the buffet to find very few appetizing items. The vegetable and fruit platters were freezer burnt and looked old, the cheese platter was matte in color with a little "sweaty" film on it. The smoked salmon platter was no where near cold, or even room temperature, it was placed right next to a heated chafing dish. The meats were no better, the carving station was pretty sad looking with clearly reheated, yet also cold, beef and very dry turkey breast. The scrambled eggs were in a heated chafing dish drenched in hot water, so you had two options: soaked warm eggs from the bottom of the dish, or cold dry eggs from the top. The waffles were lukewarm, very dry and hard. There was only one ladle to serve the different syrups with, so the mix of flavor was interesting to say the least. The mussels and salmon dish was bland and had a "funky" aftertaste. The garden salad had mixed, wilted greens. The tortellini with chicken in an Afredo-ish sauce was the only item on the buffet that was actually good. It was an overall terrible experience, the clear disregard for the guests' health baffles me. Therefore, we asked for our check and requested to speak to the restaurant manager. At this moment someone went and got our waitress who showed concern about our request, after explaining the situation she went and spoke to him, who never showed up to our table. Instead, removed 2 out of the 3 brunches from our food check, which was nice, but still never spoke to us. I do not understand how the NY state health department allows this place to continue to operate when they are serving mostly old food, at completely unhealthy temperatures, making it a perfect culture for bacteria to grow. Avoid at all cost, there are other-though very few-great places in the Seneca Lake-Geneva Area.